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v10 dash and mcu crashing

Discussion in 'Model S' started by bktiger86, Oct 2, 2019.

  1. bktiger86

    bktiger86 Member

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    I want to check to see if anybody has been experiencing system crashes in their cars after the v10 upgrade?

    So far I've been experiencing crashes every time when I use voice command to call somebody or when I try to access the phone section on the center console.

    My specs:
    2017 Model S
    AP2
    MCU1
    Version: 2019.32.11.1
     
  2. Congo Line

    Congo Line Member

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    My 2014 Model S downloaded v10 last night, and this morning the center screen wouldn’t boot up properly. I rebooted using scroll wheels, still doesn’t work. Tesla support says I have to take it to a SC.
     
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  3. bktiger86

    bktiger86 Member

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    I found out that my MCU keeps crashing when I call somebody with an EMOJI symbol in their name. So looks like the newer version doesn't support that anymore. I used to have a heart icon next to my wife's name.
     
  4. ValleyGeek

    ValleyGeek Member

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    My MCU has been unstable a number of times since V10 in my MCU2 S. I don't make calls on it but I've had it lock up a couple times while the car sits idle, stop updating GPS twice, not bringing the dash screen on without pressing the break a few times, and the speakers pop a lot when it's waking up. All new behavior to V10.

    They have been releasing many updates so I expect much of it will be ironed out but only time will tell.
     

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