Wifi does not connect to home network

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#1
Hey All, Im new here and this is my first post.
Finally received my model3 and its a beautiful machine, however on the latest updated they enabled wifi but I cannot get it to connect to my 2.4ghz or 5ghz home wifi. The car seem to connect to my SSID, you get the green circle but then it kicks you out back to enter your WIFI password. Has anyone seen this before?
 

MrMatt

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#2
Nope. Mine connected to my 2.4g FiOS connection on the first time. We'll see if it reconnects when i get home today.
 

PNWmisty

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#3
Hey All, Im new here and this is my first post.
Finally received my model3 and its a beautiful machine, however on the latest updated they enabled wifi but I cannot get it to connect to my 2.4ghz or 5ghz home wifi. The car seem to connect to my SSID, you get the green circle but then it kicks you out back to enter your WIFI password. Has anyone seen this before?
Yes, all wi-fi access points require the correct password if the network is password protected. It sounds like it has never actually connected.
 
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#4
So today I tried the 2 finger salute (press and hold steering wheel buttons) to reboot the interface and guess what, it connected. Software got bugs man, I have a standard Ubiquiti access point that’s compatible with everything.