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Navigation stops showing route (blue line) until reboot...

Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by patn, Aug 31, 2014.

  1. patn

    patn Member

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    Anyone else experiencing this? Everything seems fine with the navigation system but under some circumstances it stops drawing routes on the map - i.e. the blue line is absent while navigating. This is not transient - it stays this way for all routes until I do a reboot of the 17" console. Then it works again for a while. I never noticed this happening before a couple of months ago. Just curious if anyone else is seeing it.
     
  2. Trnsl8r

    Trnsl8r Blue 85kwh since 12/8/12

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    Yep, seen it. Last reboot has been effective for a couple of weeks though.
     
  3. JohnQ

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    Seems to be common. I experience it as well.
     
  4. Forty Creek

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    Yes I have experienced this. Rebooting cleared it up for me as well.
     
  5. Argelius

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    Yep. Ditto. But definitely new behavior. Never used to have the problem...
     
  6. Jrhodesmd

    Jrhodesmd S Sig #371, X Prod #1143

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    Same here. Running 5.9, but this didn't start up with a version change. Just crept in there. Reboot fixed it about 2 weeks ago. Waiting for it to re-occur, not yet though.
     
  7. ecarfan

    ecarfan Well-Known Member

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    Yes I experienced this under V5.9. Display reboot fixes it. Been on V5.12 for the last 1,000 miles and have not experienced that issue.
     
  8. Madartist

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    Unfortunately, it has happened in my v5.12 nav as well.
     
  9. Larry Chanin

    Larry Chanin Model S Perf Sig 1055

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    Hi Steve,

    Same here. Had it happen about three times. Happened yesterday on version 5.12.

    Larry
     
  10. SarahsDad

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    Happened to me yesterday for the first time (at least first time I noticed). Rebooted the touchscreen while driving and had a little scare when the speedometer cluster spontaneously rebooted also - seemed like both screens were blank for 2-3 minutes (car still drove fine) before coming back on line. Everything works fine now tho.
     
  11. dasRad

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    I've experienced this problem a few times and resolved it by a reboot or by entering a destination into the search box and choosing one of the suggested destinations from the auto populated drop-down box. The reboot has worked reliably. The second method has worked, but I can't say if it always works as I've only done it once ( somewhat inadvertently and I wasn't really paying attention).
     
  12. dsmith2189

    dsmith2189 Active Member

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    happened to me on the way to lunch. entered the restaurant address (in the text area) , no blue line. after lunch I entered the address I was going to (by saing Navigate to...) and magically a blue line appeared. I did not have to reboot.
     

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