There are a lot of other sites that also use google login. Even this site, testamotorclub.com, has a google login option. Try from a different site than plex and see if that works.Plex.tv not allowing login via Google anymore? Option is there but grayed out and not selectable.
PSA: If you are logged into YouTube, this means that anyone sitting in your car can read anything in your gmail account. Or send emails as you.
Ok, this is vexing me. I've gotten 2 mysterious disagree tags on this post (from a few months ago) with no explanation, from people who haven't participated in this thread. If it was just one, I'd guess it might have been an accident or something. But now two, and within a week of each other. As far as I know my post is factually correct - or is it? Or did I say something offensive without realizing it?This is true, and something everyone needs to be aware of. Log out when you take your car in for service, or leave it with anyone else, or even you share it with a family member. (or if you're forgetful like me, just stay logged out unless you really want to watch something and your phone won't do)
Well maybe because it seems you sometimes go and disagree with people that disagree with you and maybe just for the sake of getting even ? For me, I don't take those things seriously. Some people disagree because their personal experience is simply different and not necessarily because they think you are wrong You might not want to take the "disagree" tags so seriously. Often just a different person's opinion, but sure, sometimes they may think the info is incorrect. Frankly, I wish those tags would be removed from the forums. They just get people upset for now reason.Ok, this is vexing me. I've gotten 2 mysterious disagree tags on this post (from a few months ago) with no explanation, from people who haven't participated in this thread. If it was just one, I'd guess it might have been an accident or something. But now two, and within a week of each other. As far as I know my post is factually correct - or is it? Or did I say something offensive without realizing it?
This issue has been driving me nuts and I seem to be stuck in a loophole of bad software from both Tesla and Google. Plex and medium logins don’t work because google is doing something else strange.
First I had no issues last year, including Google, YouTube premium and YoutubeTV. Then at some point Google decided Tesla’s Chromium wasn’t good enough while my account is suggested for sign in (sure wish I could clear cookies!)
When I try to sign in with Plex or Medium, after entering my password, I then need to enter my 2FA code. Except that the code from my authentication app is not accepted. In fact, the dialog asks me to enter a code from two old android phones that I don’t have. I’m not given any other options including when I click what else can I do below.
Yet on the google account 2FA page, it does properly list my authentication app as well as phone number text as options. So it seems we are in some loophole where google is not pushing the proper sign in dialog and code. And knowing google, it will never be fixed.
Hopefully Tesla updates the browser soon. I’ve submitted several bug reports with the browser blocked screen.
I would be upset if I were one of you paying Tesla monthly for mobile data.
Well done but your WDYUJ is a little bit off. Plus not listed in the PAE.The 'problem' is that the web browser built into a car's infotainment system is not engineered to handle some of the more modern security mechanism which Google happens to require (sort of). Given the state of the art generally speaking in "brows the web from my car's computer" consumer tech, it's kind of shocking that the Tesla browser works as well as it does. Most car-browsers, if they're even there at all, would struggle to compete wtih the WAP browser on an old Motorola flip-phone. Tesla's MFD browser is really good, but it's not a laptop or iPad.