It was probably the same video that created a doubt in my mind:I have the key fob but no car yet and haven’t taken FSD or AAP. I saw a video on YouTube where it didn’t work in the UK but the guy doing it didn’t really know his way around it so could well have been operator error
That is very strange, easy Summon was one of the main reasons I wanted to get the key for. I do have the EAP package so I thought that if the phone can do it then the key fob would be able to do it as well.If it helps any, I had the key fobs for my MS, which looked identical and cost the same. Summon didn't work from the key, only from the app.
Keep in mind also that summon is only available on cars with EAP or FSD, basic autopilot doesn't include summon.
(Supermarket) car parks are horribly tight, there were many times I wished my car could drive itself forward so I could comfortably get in the car.I can't see how a key fob could possibly control Summon (not enough buttons).
In any case, do you really need Summon? In the 6 years I had my Model S I used Summon once.
However the key fob has other uses, like enabling walk-away locking without using a mobile phone.
Mine doesn't show any like in this manual.