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Can't go back to FM HD1 station after selecting HD2 or 3?

Discussion in 'Software and Firmware' started by Rich M, Jun 9, 2018.

  1. Rich M

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    Example: if you're listening to 100.3 HD1 (the primary station), just tap the right arrow >| to get to 100.3 HD2. But if I want to go back to 100.3 HD1, tapping the left arrow |< just scans to the next lower frequency, 99.9. Then I have to tap the right arrow again to get back to 100.3. Unless 99.9 has an HD2, in which case it goes to 99.9 HD2. At this point I have crashed the car into a fruit stand. ;)

    It's not just me right?
     
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    Yeah, there's no way with the scroller or the |< >| screen buttons.
    My advice would be to go into the largest music view and just poke what you want. Direct access.

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    Please file a bug with Tesla.

    That should be a simple software fix.
     
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    Good point! I keep forgetting the "full screen" view on FM is different than on streaming.
     

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