I'm on 2021.12.25.7 and I occasionally get that. Don't think it's a consequence of this release.Downloaded 24.5 a few days ago and now have new bugs:
Returning to my parked car sentry mode reported 2 events, clicked on ”View events” and got a blank white screen,
then got nothing trying to load viewer!
Anyone else had this?
Yeah I don't get that. One of the whole points of having a screen control everything is you can add functionality without having to remap physical buttons. I understand the principle. On the flip side though, If I have a button to do a function, it doesn't;t randomly move or get smaller when new features are added to the car. It's infuriating. Especially when this update seemed to be one of the more useful ones. I now might have auto dimming mirrors. Which is nice.What's the point of Tesla making it more difficult to open them ? You have to wonder why they keep changing stuff that's working perfectly well as it is.
Just double checked mine in a journey today and if its a 30/40 zone it doesn't let you override it, but on a 70 it does.I haven't been able to override the limit using the scroll wheel either, getting the "Autosteer is limited to X". Previously I would have just had to accelerate manually, which the car seems ok with but is irritating. Haven't been out in the car yet to see if 24.4/.5 fixes that, as you say.
APs generally spread sideways, not up and down. Directly below one isn’t great coverage. Screw it to the side of the rafter and you might get a better signalMy AP is screwed to the garage rafter about 5 feet directly above the n/s mirror.
sometimes I get a full signal in the car…
Nope - spoke too soon! Had to go out in the car when it was sat at 100% but not offering install, now it’s disappeared from both the car and the app. The waiting continues …Finally! My car, currently on 2021.12.25.6 seems to be very slowly downloading 2021.24.something - for the first time ever I’ll be on the same version the manual is for! Wonder how long for the next update since 2021.32.x seems to be quite widely active these days …