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Calendar Function/Bluetooth ?

Discussion in 'Model X: User Interface' started by MattXowner, May 10, 2016.

  1. MattXowner

    MattXowner Member

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    hoping to get some info from current drivers. Can 2 devices be connected at once?

    I have my personal phone and a work iPad. Work iPad has my calendar, personal device does not. Company security settings prevent me sharing my work calendar to other devices. I understand that the calendar on the car syncs to whatever device is connected via Bluetooth. Would love to be able to tap appointments on car's calendar and have navigation take me there.

    How has this worked for others? Can car have 2 devices at once? Anyone else out there deal with this?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Blu Zap

    Blu Zap Grinning member

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    Actually I have both accounts on my personal iPhone. So work calendar & email along with personal calendar & email are all viewed on the phone. My company did install security measures on my personal phone, but no big deal. This way with one Bluetooth sync to my personal iPhone, I get it all on the Tesla calendar.
     
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    In my S only,one mobile device (Phone, tablet, etc.) can be connected at a time using Bluetooth.
     
  4. MarchX

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    The calendar function only shows you calendar items for the current day and the next day. It does not bring up your calendar as you would see it on your iPad or iPhone.
     
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    I do make it a point to add in accurate location info on my calendar entries, so one tap can set the Nav.
     
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  6. MattXowner

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    Thanks for the info. Do you have mobile iron on your phone. My company would need to install that on my personal phone so my work calendar shows up. Problem is, then they can monitor my phone.

    How does it work with your job?
     
  7. Blu Zap

    Blu Zap Grinning member

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    Hi Matt,
    Since it is IBM Lotus Notes, the security choice is MaaS360. They do monitor my emails and calendars. But they do that anyway. No infringement on my personal files.
     

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