Since Tesla removed the battery current info from the API for cars on firmware 8.1 and above, the app can't figure out how much battery drain there is on the car. The only information it has is the current, voltage and power from the charger.This morning I noticed a later version of Remote S removed the information about how much energy my cabin air temperature control system uses. Remote S used to show this information (as volts, amps, and power). It is still available in the information Mothership sends; look at what VisibleTesla still provides:
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The only thing missing since the Great Mothership Current Omission is "Battery Current" which shows NaN.
Here's Remote S, showing no information about power or energy use, only showing volts; it used to have power use, too:
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Make sure that the iPhone and Watch are connected first before you do the Summon. You can do a test run first by opening the Remote S app on the iPhone and then wait until the icon to the left of Remote S is a solid white car and not an outline. This represents that the app is connected to the Summon server. Then use the Apple Watch to issue the Summon command.Can you tell me your software config? Summons by watch does not work for me, though honk horn for example, does.
|v8.1(17.11.10)| AP2 |
Lol.. so it takes two years for someone to complain about that? Can't that be fixed? I, for one, don't really like the Tesla forum software... but if we have to....This thread doesn't appear to have the "vendor" tag, unlike some others on the front page of this forum.