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Firmware 6.2

spentan

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Dec 26, 2012
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SoCal
Someone on Facebook just posted that they have received it.

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My P85D has not yet received it, but if someone has, then its only a matter of time :)
 

caps04

Member
Aug 14, 2014
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NJ USA
As a new owner, how do you know the updates are available? I know the iPhone app has a notification setting to let me know when it's installed but do we get a notification that it's available and then do we initiate the download Or is it all transparent until it's installed?
 

Todd Burch

Voltage makes me tingle.
Nov 3, 2009
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Smithfield, VA
As a new owner, how do you know the updates are available? I know the iPhone app has a notification setting to let me know when it's installed but do we get a notification that it's available and then do we initiate the download Or is it all transparent until it's installed?

A yellow alarm clock icon will appear in the upper right corner of your touchscreen.
 

spentan

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Dec 26, 2012
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SoCal
As a new owner, how do you know the updates are available? I know the iPhone app has a notification setting to let me know when it's installed but do we get a notification that it's available and then do we initiate the download Or is it all transparent until it's installed?

Its transparent until it is "downloaded" to the car.

Once it is downloaded, it will be ready for installation. At that point, it will then send you the notification to your phone, as well as pop up on the screen inside your Model S.

That's when you can schedule an installation, and/or delay it.
 

dirkhh

Middle-aged Member
Jul 7, 2013
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Portland, OR, USA
And remember, the Tesla servers monitor this thread. So for every "I don't have it yet" post that you do, delivery to your car gets delayed by a minimum of 24 hours...
 

yobigd20

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Oct 28, 2012
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Skaneateles, NY
Elon already posted on the release notes on twitter. Check his feed.

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Valet mode limits to 70mph?? I thought it would be user configurable. Limiting to 70 is pointless since it still allows someone to take her out and let her rip over and over again. I'd want to limit it to like 30mph and like 20-40kW power max. That stops anyone from flooring it. Unfortunately Tesla's valet mode got this completely wrong.
 

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