Firmware Build 2018.24.7 d133af3 (7/9/18)

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Interesting - and only on a 3 at this point. The last version 24.1 had crept on up to 47 cars on teslafi over the last 3 days, so now on to a new version.

Calling 3 owners in NM - any notes you care to share?
 

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Interesting - and only on a 3 at this point. The last version 24.1 had crept on up to 47 cars on teslafi over the last 3 days, so now on to a new version.

Calling 3 owners in NM - any notes you care to share?
I'm actually surprised it still has .24.x. We're a few weeks past 24 and I expected the next update to be from an entirely different week. The 24.7 suggests that this is a bug fix from 24.1 but I've seen some updates in the past that do throw in some significant differences despite the same week nomenclature.

There are lots of Model 3 owners that were impatient to get 24.1 due to the slow rollout. Now a new version is out and if they irritated their SvC or Mobile Ranger to push the old version, they can't use another "get out of jail" free card for this new one. The software update game NEVER ENDS. Sometimes 3 or 4 versions come out before I get the new one. Such is life....

"Patience, young padawan...."
 

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A second install in Ohio on a Model 3 within a little more than an hour.

Looks like Tesla is trying to quickly verify this update to get the wifi, overheat protection and speed limiting features out to the majority of Model 3 owners that haven't yet been updated. if so, this version could blast out within the next few days.
 

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That was me -- just got the update! I have really poor cellular reception around here and wasn't getting any of the updates, so they scheduled mobile service to come update my car, and take care of a couple of other minor issues . As near as I can tell, I don't have any features other than those that came with 24.1, so I assume .7 is bug fixes.
 

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That was me -- just got the update! I have really poor cellular reception around here and wasn't getting any of the updates, so they scheduled mobile service to come update my car, and take care of a couple of other minor issues . As near as I can tell, I don't have any features other than those that came with 24.1, so I assume .7 is bug fixes.
AWESOME! It really seems like you would need to have the wifi since you don't get cellular out there. If you're the Model 3 on TeslaFi, it would make a lot of sense to me because that car was previously on 2018.18.13 which is at least 4 versions behind....

Make sure you drive a little extra so Tesla can get some validity testing done to make sure this version isn't buggy. You would be helping out the rest of your Tesla family to get this version to wide release status faster!
 

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AWESOME! It really seems like you would need to have the wifi since you don't get cellular out there. If you're the Model 3 on TeslaFi, it would make a lot of sense to me because that car was previously on 2018.18.13 which is at least 4 versions behind....

Make sure you drive a little extra so Tesla can get some validity testing done to make sure this version isn't buggy. You would be helping out the rest of your Tesla family to get this version to wide release status faster!
Ha! Believe me, I'll be driving it as much as I possibly can! Yes, I'm the one on TeslaFi.

On a related note -- I was hoping that once I got wifi I'd be able to pre-condition my car through the app, in addition to using summon. I've read that maybe summon requires cellular service and won't work over wifi? I seem to be unable to make it work in my garage, unfortunately. But I didn't realize that the other controls wouldn't work over wifi either -- is that what others are finding? Our mobile tech seemed to think everything should work, but he's checking into it further.
 

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The bugs I have seen on 24.1 are: 1. Terrible echo for other party on cell calls, 2. Intermittent audio on incoming call, and 3. Today as I was about to complete supercharging the car just went dead. Manually rebooting finally got it back but had me worried for a minute. On a positive note, I was accelerating through an intersection when a guy at a gas station pulled out in front of me and the collision warning was set off as I was approaching him too fast (I was prepared to pull around him and had started to do that before I slowed down as I anticipated he might pull out in front of me). Love having WiFi as AT&T is crappy in my garage and area around me house. I haven't tried AP on this version yet.
 

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The bugs I have seen on 24.1 are: 1. Terrible echo for other party on cell calls, 2. Intermittent audio on incoming call, and 3. Today as I was about to complete supercharging the car just went dead. Manually rebooting finally got it back but had me worried for a minute. On a positive note, I was accelerating through an intersection when a guy at a gas station pulled out in front of me and the collision warning was set off as I was approaching him too fast (I was prepared to pull around him and had started to do that before I slowed down as I anticipated he might pull out in front of me). Love having WiFi as AT&T is crappy in my garage and area around me house. I haven't tried AP on this version yet.
I can say that number 1 exists on 21.9 as well - bad phone echo for the caller. Hope they are getting the bugs worked out of all of it.
 

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Love having WiFi as AT&T is crappy in my garage and area around me house. I haven't tried AP on this version yet.
I’ll try to test phone calls and see if it’s still a problem on 24.7

As for WiFi, what are you able to do that you couldn’t do without it? I can stream music and load maps, but can’t seem to control the car in any way (summon, precondition, honk, lights, remote start still don’t work unless I have a cellular signal).
 

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I've had quite a few little oddities that I hope 24.7 clears up. This mornings was I opened the app, it connected to my car and got it all woken up. I then put my phone in my pocket and went to the garage. My car doors wouldn't unlock for me! I pulled my phone out and as soon as I unlocked it, the Tesla app was still open and up... and the car doors unlocked. Never had that before...
 
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My charge port has been behaving strangely and not opening from the screen so that might be fixed in this.
I've noticed this in 21.9 - I think I have it narrowed down to not opening after I park and the brake pedal is in use. After removing my foot from the pedal, then pressing the onscreen button opens the charge port.
 

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I've noticed this in 21.9 - I think I have it narrowed down to not opening after I park and the brake pedal is in use. After removing my foot from the pedal, then pressing the onscreen button opens the charge port.
Yeah this seems right. I noticed today it tended to work once removing my foot from the break but not always.. but way more reliable then with the foot on the break. I also noticed the speed with which is closes at seems to vary too...sometimes there is quite a bit of force and sometimes it closes at the same speed it opened.
 

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I actually got this update yesterday... whoops that's what my tech gave me.
let me post some screens