My comparison was to 18.1 which was doing a couple of cars a day. For a new release to do that in a few hours is still ‘big’, I think. We will need a few days to really tell. And I think 10.4 with the major AP update started similarly late in the week. Who knows how these things get scheduled!I won’t say 11 cars is rolling out big... and is unlikely that we will see a big roll out starting Saturday. I suspect is a bug fix release on top of the 14-16-18 series. The last release that went wide seems to be the 10-12 AP neuronet update.
Perhaps we will know Monday if this one can go wide.
Why wouldn’t they? Have they ever loaded a version that wasn’t the current/latest version? I’m not sure there is a way for them to do so. And sometimes they even just reload the current one if you ask for ‘the current formware’ They don’t even check.Finally current after languishing with *.12 and broken podcasts and the not-fast MCU1 for far too long.
This didn't come OTA - was at the SvC getting a brake fluid flush and some other things attended to, so asked for the latest firmware to be staged. Curiously, this time at the SvC, unlike all the other visits during which firmware was staged, I had left the SvC and a few minutes later realized there was no yellow alarm clock in the MCU. So I headed back to the SvC. A few minutes before arriving, the yellow clock showed up. Unexpected and time-wasting, but it did show up.
On a related note, be sure to check that the SvC doesn't forget to re-enable mobile access before heading to the next SC if you want the usual updates. Just a tip.
So long story short, too late I know, add 1 car with *.18.2 triple e in the Los Angeles area, which is to say that the SvCs are evidently staging this version already.
Why wouldn’t they? Have they ever loaded a version that wasn’t the current/latest version? I’m not sure there is a way for them to do so. And sometimes they even just reload the current one if you ask for ‘the current formware’ They don’t even check.