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Voice Control

Adopado

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Aug 19, 2019
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Scotland
So, spoke to Tesla AND according to their technicians, I’m already on the latest software (2020.36.11)

I was of the belief there were updates since then? According to Tesla......no.

You're on the latest software available for your particular car. That's not the same thing as the latest software that has been released for other cars ... even ones of the same age and model as yours... yes, it's an odd way of doing things!
 

Dilly

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Feb 24, 2020
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Norfolk
So, spoke to Tesla AND according to their technicians, I’m already on the latest software (2020.36.11)

I was of the belief there were updates since then? According to Tesla......no.
2020.40.3 & 2020.40.4 are both out on FSD. Presume they will circulate widely within a week or so
 

VanillaAir_UK

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Jun 17, 2019
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Surrey, UK
So, spoke to Tesla AND according to their technicians, I’m already on the latest software (2020.36.11)

I was of the belief there were updates since then? According to Tesla......no.

Version is entirely dependent on a number of (mostly unknown but you can guess) factors and will be specific to your car. Both could be right. Your car may have the latest version for your car (sounds like it has) but there may be later versions that are not targeting your car. You have limited control over when your car will be targeted. Standard/Advanced may control how your specific targeting is delayed.
 

GRiLLA

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Jul 5, 2020
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UK
In the past there were times that voice control was unreliable until the car was rebooted with all usb drives etc disconnected, same symptoms as those described. Might be worth trying if you car is consistently unreliable.
 

Pagemakers

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Dec 25, 2016
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Manchester UK
In the past there were times that voice control was unreliable until the car was rebooted with all usb drives etc disconnected, same symptoms as those described. Might be worth trying if you car is consistently unreliable.
Done that a dozen times. Doesn’t work. Don’t waste your time.
 

mpandrew

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Sep 23, 2019
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Somerset, UK
Until they process the commands in the car first, and then farm the 'cloud' type commands via the LTE connection this is not going to work well. So if you ask for seat heaters off, the car will understand it and do it, if you ask to play Bob Marley, it'll send that via LTE and process it on Tesla servers to send back to the car. This way the car can time out and say something like unable to process your command at this time, please try later and then we'd at least know where we were. However, that means devoting some software guys to making proper useful changes like setting TACC at current speed and working voice control vs dare I say pointless games and autopilot! (Runs for cover, dons helmet)
 

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