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EVE for Tesla app

Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by Michaelangela, Jun 29, 2016.

  1. Michaelangela

    Michaelangela New Member

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    Has anyone had difficulty with this web based app? I have experienced loss of functionality with controls, music, and even loss of internet when the app is on line. I was hoping to be able to access my email using the app, which it does well, however it seem to be robbing a great deal of bandwidth to the extent that some of the car functions do not operate normally.
     
  2. rog

    rog Member

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    I had a complete browser lockup the other day while/after EVE was open for several days in my browser. Not sure if there is a connection though - even a reset of the center console didn't help, so maybe it was something else.
    I love their new IFTTT integration though - finally, I get notifications from my phone on the Tesla screen (whatsapp, SMS, etc.).
     
  3. SomeJoe7777

    SomeJoe7777 Marginally-Known Member

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    I had the premium version for a while but cancelled it. The app is a resource hog and maxes out the CPU on the car's browser. It's also incredibly slow to do anything on.
     
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  4. Michaelangela

    Michaelangela New Member

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    A resource hog it is! Is there any other way to get your email on screen? It is hard to believe that such a technologically advanced automobile does not have this function. Even my 2012 BMW can read my email to me.
     

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