Software v10.2 2019.40.50.1 7fefc12d805a (12/24/2019). The Christmas Eve Update

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Kizzy

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Software release notes for 2018 Model 3 LR AWD with hardware 2.5.
 

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Here are Picts of stop sign display and traffic light display. The traffic light icons are displayed quite small aligned with car icon. Both types of recognition worked great.
 

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For Europe (at least Luxembourg) there was one more feature added Smart Summon!
Cool... But not so cool is how it is bribed. Smartphone needs to be connected through Bluetooth, and in a distance of 6m. Max Travel will be 20m and then smart Summon will be disabled til a human driver took over.! So happy regulations :-(

One nice thing was the message during upgrade on the LCD screen claiming that presents will be unwrapped. :)
 

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One sad thing about this video was the guy going nuts over voice commands that other luxury brands have had for years. Don't get me wrong, I'm excited to have it. But it's because I've experienced it before and know what I'm missing. Telsa definitely playing catch up in this area. Even my 25k Golf GTI had better voice commands than my Model 3. And CarPlay which could do all this and more. So it's a bit weird to be celebrating this like it's something all new.

But you gotta take the bitter with the sweet and I'm glad we finally have this stuff.
 

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One sad thing about this video was the guy going nuts over voice commands that other luxury brands have had for years. Don't get me wrong, I'm excited to have it. But it's because I've experienced it before and know what I'm missing. Telsa definitely playing catch up in this area. Even my 25k Golf GTI had better voice commands than my Model 3. And CarPlay which could do all this and more. So it's a bit weird to be celebrating this like it's something all new.

But you gotta take the bitter with the sweet and I'm glad we finally have this stuff.
Its simple, 90% of R&D budget goes to the Auto Pilot Program. Stuff like this not high on the priority list for Tesla. It does make for an excellent Christmas gift from Santa Musk though :D
 

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Navigate to is working for me. Texting was spotty at first but I got the hang of it now. However I’m heated texting sessions voice commands get thrown to the side in favour of text messaging. Irritating.

A few voice commands you can try:

“Show me tire pressures”
“Open the HVAC controls”
“Show seat heaters”
“Set passenger seat to high/medium/low”
“Open display settings”
“Open energy graph”
“Zoom in/out on the map”
“Set wipers to auto /1/2/3”
“Show the odometer”
“Turn on rear defroster”
“Turn on windshield defroster”
“Show media”
“Adjust mirrors”
“Adjust steering wheel”
“Open phone app”
“Show text messages”
 

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Navigate to is working for me. Texting was spotty at first but I got the hang of it now. However I’m heated texting sessions voice commands get thrown to the side in favour of text messaging. Irritating.

A few voice commands you can try:

“Show me tire pressures”
“Open the HVAC controls”
“Show seat heaters”
“Set passenger seat to high/medium/low”
“Open display settings”
“Open energy graph”
“Zoom in/out on the map”
“Set wipers to auto /1/2/3”
“Show the odometer”
“Turn on rear defroster”
“Turn on windshield defroster”
“Show media”
“Adjust mirrors”
“Adjust steering wheel”
“Open phone app”
“Show text messages”
Funny thing, those all work.

And some more, like
"Turn on/off all seat heaters"
"Open/close charge port door"
"Show Wi-Fi"
"Enable/disable sentry mode"
"Open YouTube"

And now... Navigate is working without an intervening reboot... Go figure