If this continues, I’d suggest you schedule service. My MY didn’t update for the first 5 months I owned it, eventually with AT&T changing cellular codes, Tesla called me and told me to update…. Even though it was connected to WiFi nightly and set to do so.. each time it attempted it would fail…. They ultimately replaced various hardware components after having it in service for seven days. I’m generally pleased with the car now, and have 22K miles on it in less than a year of ownership. Had this whole experience been different I think my overall opinion of Tesla would be much better, as that truthfully soured my ownership experience from the beginning. I’d ask questions on this forum and people let’s say were passionate about how wonderful things “should be” but my vehicle somehow wasn’t. So get them to help you before you get completely frustrated with the car and them. I can say my ownership experience has improved quite a bit since it actually updates as promised.