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How do you run a software update? Or do you have to wait until it has downloaded and then it will notify you?
Collected at 1200 today and car was already on 2019.32.2.2
One of the great unsolved mysteries of Tesla ownership is the random nature of updates. You can be bang up to date one minute and the next you could be one of the last, or not even get the update - they aren’t all for all cars.
I notice you can select software update as a topic in the schedule service option on the app. Maybe that will speed things along?
I had a screen freeze yesterday and was hoping the latest update might have sorted this bug.
Reboot might help. Personally I think a prophetic reboot is probably worth doing.
I'm not sure of what the correct foot-on-brake requirement is (for a supposedly "deeper reboot"), perhaps someone else knows? but what I do is:
Foot on brake
Press and hold both scroll-wheels until main screen goes blank
Keep foot on brake until "T" symbol appears
Same again, but with the other two steering-wheel buttons (Model-S in my case, this is for the instrument cluster reboot)
I do that once-a-week, when i remember, and always after a software update. Presumably software update does do a reboot, but I have had post-install issues which were solved by reboot, so perhaps there are instances where "after new update install, reboot, and then some further "chugging" a further reboot is beneficial.
Is "service - power off" a deeper reboot than the brake and buttons/scroll wheels thing? I understood it was from some online research. Any disadvantage to doing that instead?