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Discussion in 'Model S' started by pjw65, Nov 8, 2018.
2018.44 641a0dc on a S100D (AP 2.5) in USA seen.
Hope all the Swiss will receive it and get V9 now.
Don't forget our neighbours the Austrians
Teslafi shows it as a 3 no?
On the page "Latest Fleet Updates" Teslafi says it's a S100D.
This has got be track mode but what else.
track mode is 42.8, i have it
This is the S forum, I have heard enough about what 3 gets!!!
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.
Recently showed up on TeslaFi, S 75 D so maybe more will follow
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!!!
Wow that took them a while. Seems kind of obvious.
Thanks for posting the info. This feature makes so much sense. This will prevent service centers from turning off the mobile access as well?
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.)
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.)
@bmah it's needed for factory reset already.
At service they’ll just simply ask you to disable mobile access like they always check if you disabled the speed limit/valet feature.
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.
Received and installed this update today. I agree that needing credentials to disable Mobile Access is a good thing.
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
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.