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Suck on 2021.35.102.2 - Advanced Selected

Musclez

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Sep 10, 2018
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NJ
Seems that I’m not receiving any updates.

Car is a bit behind the fleet.

I have advanced enabled as well as have subscription autopilot, any ideas on what could be going on?

I seem to be quite a bit behind.

I’m on Wi-Fi all night long as well as anytime I’m at my office.
I’ve rebooted the computer and no change.

Thanks for the assistance in advance.
 

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cgell

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Jan 30, 2020
127
223
NJ
Seems that I’m not receiving any updates.

Car is a bit behind the fleet.

I have advanced enabled as well as have subscription autopilot, any ideas on what could be going on?

I seem to be quite a bit behind.

I’m on Wi-Fi all night long as well as anytime I’m at my office.
I’ve rebooted the computer and no change.

Thanks for the assistance in advance.
If your car is new it will be on a factory firmware version for anywhere from about 2-8 weeks. Searching the forum will give you a ton of information.
 

Wolfhausen

Member
Jun 16, 2021
170
168
Los Angeles, CA
Seems that I’m not receiving any updates.

Car is a bit behind the fleet.

I have advanced enabled as well as have subscription autopilot, any ideas on what could be going on?

I seem to be quite a bit behind.

I’m on Wi-Fi all night long as well as anytime I’m at my office.
I’ve rebooted the computer and no change.

Thanks for the assistance in advance.
Where did you get that chart?
 

Wolfhausen

Member
Jun 16, 2021
170
168
Los Angeles, CA
First update takes a few weeks.
IMHO, it took a couple months. Then they started coming regularly. My mobile service guy told me it is a Tesla strategy to deliver new cars with a software version that is known to be stable, and retard updates for a couple of months to allow the new owner to get accustom to driving a Tesla with solid software. Then they push the updates that add features. If a new owner got the care with an initial "buggy" software, they would get a bad first impression.
 
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