At my workplace, we have several HPWC stations in our employee lot and many employees who drive Teslas and share the stations on a daily basis. Since there are more cars than stations, the employees must often coordinate with each other to share the stations, and it is pretty common for one Tesla owner to ping another over chat while standing at a Tesla that has finished charging and ask the owner to remote unlock their charge port in order to switch the cable. However, whenever I have tried this, it always goes something like this: 1) I walk out to the car that has finished charging (usually parked next to my car). 2) I ping the owner of the finished car to remote unlock their charge port. 3) They do so (using the Tesla app on their phone) and I watch for the charge ring to glow white... it does, but only for a split second! -- I try to pull out the handle, but I'm invariably too slow and the port is locked again. 4) We repeat steps 2-3 several times until, miraculously, I manage to snag the handle while the charge ring is glowing white (for a split second). In short, it seems nearly impossible to remove the handle when the owner has remote unlocked the charge port, since the port only stays "unlocked" for a minuscule length of time. Is this how it is supposed to work? Am I missing some trick? My fellow Tesla owners at work have complained about experiencing the same thing. Nobody at work seems to know how the heck we are supposed to be able to remote unlock for each other easily.