Firmware build v8.1 2018.32.6 08c12e6 (9/4/2018)

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Just installed 32.6 when I got to work.

32.3 was nice and stable, no complaints so hopefully this one will be the same.
 

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I also just installed. Came from 28.5. I poked around while it was parked and in the garage. Didn't see anything different with the UI.
 

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Really, that sux :(

Can others with it confirm?
Not yet, still sitting at work but hope not.

I do like the regen 1-pedal driving of the 3 coming from an ICE, but it does seem to be inconsistent and I catch myself reaching for the brake pedal at the last second at times.
 

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Upgraded from 32.2 to 32.6 last night. I went for a quick drive during lunch, but couldn't really tell if there's any differences.
 

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Got the update last night. This morning my charge port cover didn't auto close. I didn't notice until I got to work. I then pressed the close button and it still didn't close. I pressed it again and it did work. I've never experienced this before, so hopefully it's not a new hardware issue.

edit: now that I think of it, it might have been user error.
I did swipe one of the cards to turn off the energy usage card and I wanted to check something in my rear view camera (check within parking lines)! I must have clicked the port!
 
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Drove around a bunch yesterday after the update, regen seems about the same as it was, definitely not less.

Also searched through the menus, startup icons/indicators and see nothing new or changed either.

Good news is the cars sleep cycles are consistent and all is well via TeslaFi reporting and tracking.
 

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I installed 32.6 yesterday morning from 32.2. Regen feels the same to me. It seemed weaker when I was in the week 28 series, but I thought it felt back to normal in week 32. It's probably been the same the whole time, and I'm just susceptible to inception.
 

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Not yet, still sitting at work but hope not.

I do like the regen 1-pedal driving of the 3 coming from an ICE, but it does seem to be inconsistent and I catch myself reaching for the brake pedal at the last second at times.
My observation so far has been that regen has been very consistent for the same slope, but there is a huge difference between regen on a downslope and regen on the flat: on the flat, you can break pretty hard with regen (uphill, you can throw yourself at the windshield...), but on a reasonable downwards grade, lifting your foot off completely initiates a very gradual deceleration, not something I would call braking -- you need the brake pedal unless you are planning well in advance or were already at very low speeds.
That's on 21.9 and 32.2, with limited experience in-between on 28.3 -- I have not found any difference between the three in terms of regen strength and certainly hope that upcoming releases will not weaken it!