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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by PoitNarf, Dec 26, 2018.
Version 2018.50 has started rolling out to a few Model 3’s now. Anyone have the release notes?
Wonder what’s in it... but I want! Haha
...not much in the release notes other then setting your climate to HI to thaw your charge port
IMG_0583 by joelliot posted Dec 26, 2018 at 11:34 PM
Found the release notes on reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/teslamotors/comments/a9vocm/201850_7e49f8a_release_notes_cold_weather/
The update is somehow able to thaw the charge port better when you precondition from the mobile app.
Beat me to it by a second
Looks like they are prioritizing cold regions again for this update.
I mean yea.. it’s cold af in most places now and the car definitely could use all the improvements it can get.
BRRRRRRRRR! it's dipping below 50 degrees here at night now!
I would like to see...
Uncorking of NonP- gimme another 0.5s please!
Netflix/Amazon/YouTube support (fine, just on WiFi!)
FaceTime or Google Hangout calling using internal camera
360 security cam and a parking mode
Remote camera viewing from Tesla app
Better blind spot warning
Hey dude, this is a car not a PC. I’m all for the quicker speed and camera improvements but facetime and netflix?..
actually netflix/ youtube would be great! When your at a Supercharger!
Make it so video can only play when the vehicle is in PARK.
Exactly this. Also for all of us that have kids, being able to use that massive screen for entertainment as we wait to pick them up or for those who have spouses, would be great to be able to wait in the car as they shop and we watch a movie with the Model 3 surround sound and AC on. Hardware is already there so why not!
I'm in for these too..
How about Airplay 2.0 then you can push whatever you want to the screen and sound system with high quality wifi instead of bluetooth. Yes this only covers iPhone and Mac users not sure what would be best for Windows and Android.
I gather that another change for cold winter cars is to leave the handle unlatched in the port.
That makes a LOT of sense.
I can't remember the last time it was above 50 here in Chicago....hmmmm.
Its been really mild, however a little chilli. Some days it's cold, but......
Until you get unplugged at the airport. Ask me how I know.
Ok...I'll ask - How do you.....
Why would you put a charge cable into your car unlatched?
That's the equivalent to ICING a supercharger.
I didn't. The car does it automatically now when done charging to avoid freezing the cable to the port. After the initial charge when I left the car at the airport, it unlocked. Someone removed the cable. I've since lost 11% range and can no longer top off before I return.
I would like to be able to browse iPhone playlists over Bluetooth like I could on my base 2013 Nissan.
I would also like the ability to stop the car from spooling up HVAC and audio every time I open a damn door while the car is in my garage, which also fires up the EVSE.