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Software Update 2018.44.x

Discussion in 'Model S' started by pjw65, Nov 8, 2018.

  1. pjw65

    pjw65 Member

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    2018.44 641a0dc on a S100D (AP 2.5) in USA seen.

    Hope all the Swiss will receive it and get V9 now.
     
  2. bebbiXpress

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    Don't forget our neighbours the Austrians ;)
     
  3. SeBsZ

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    Teslafi shows it as a 3 no?
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  4. pjw65

    pjw65 Member

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    On the page "Latest Fleet Updates" Teslafi says it's a S100D. :eek:

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  5. SlicedBr3ad

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    This has got be track mode but what else.
     
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    track mode is 42.8, i have it
     
  7. emmz0r

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    This is the S forum, I have heard enough about what 3 gets!!! :mad:
     
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  8. bebbiXpress

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    Strange, but it came from 2018.42.4 and that was a 3-only release too. So I guess it's an error on teslafi.
     
  9. Penfold

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    Recently showed up on TeslaFi, S 75 D so maybe more will follow
     
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  10. BSFlame

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    Just received this update in my Model X, but I assume it will be the same release notes for the S and 3... They finally figured out that they should force you to enter your Tesla credentials to disable Mobile Access!!!
     

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  11. ChrML

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    Wow that took them a while. Seems kind of obvious.o_O
     
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  12. sumitkgarg

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    Thanks for posting the info. This feature makes so much sense. This will prevent service centers from turning off the mobile access as well?
     
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  13. MP3Mike

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    Highly doubtful, in fact they probably have, or will, automate it such that when a vehicle is checked in for service that mobile access gets disabled automatically. (And then re-enabled when the service invoice is closed out.)
     
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  14. bmah

    bmah Moderator, Model S/X, California Forums

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    So would this be the first time anywhere in the Tesla in-car UI that you have to enter your Tesla credentials?

    (I was thinking about the security implications of accepting credentials, although so far I don't see anything wrong with this design. Needing some sort of authentication to turn off Mobile Access is good IMHO.)

    Bruce.
     
  15. E-Ryc

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    @bmah it's needed for factory reset already.
     
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  16. Kuhz

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    At service they’ll just simply ask you to disable mobile access like they always check if you disabled the speed limit/valet feature.
     
  17. rnortman

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    Which will probably become another exploit; somehow trick the car into thinking it's being checked in for service.

    Hm, so maybe tricking people into opening a website in their browser that asks for their tesla credentials? As soon as Tesla adds the ability to share a website from your phone to your Tesla this could become dangerous -- though it would be need to be a very targeted attack as most people don't own Teslas.
     
  18. HandleX

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    Received and installed this update today. I agree that needing credentials to disable Mobile Access is a good thing.
     
  19. brabusamg55

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    surprise surprise! had the car for 3 years now this is the first time getting an update so early. 2018.44.641 on S70 Non AP
     
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  20. SeBsZ

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    No. They also have the same UI when you forget your PIN and want to reset it. For example the speed-limit PIN as well as the valet mode pin. And, as @E-Ryc mentioned also for the factory reset.
     
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