Smart Summon is designed to allow your car to drive to you (using your phone's GPS as a target destination) or a location of your choosing, maneuvering around and stopping for objects as necessary. Smart Summon works in conjunction with your Tesla mobile app, so your phone must be within approximately 200 feet (61 meters) of your car.
To access the feature in your Tesla mobile app, tap Summon then tap the Smart Summon icon. To activate Smart Summon, press and hold the COME TO ME button. Alternatively, tap the target icon, set the target destination of your choice by adjusting the map, and then press and hold the GO TO TARGET button. You can stop your car from driving at any time by releasing the button.
To reduce the time it takes for Smart Summon to warm up, you can keep your car ready by enabling Summon Standby Mode by going to Controls > Autopilot > STANDBY MODE. If selected ON, you can exclude Home, Work, and/or your Favorite places by selected the checkboxes. If a location is selected, Standby Mode will be disabled when your car is parked near those locations.
Additionally, Smart Summon also integrates with HomeLink and can, for example, open your garage door and drive your car out of your garage at the press of a button. Like Summon, Smart Summon is only intended for use in private parking lots and driveways. You are still responsible for your car and must monitor it and its surroundings at all times within your line of sight.
Note: To use Smart Summon, download the latest version of the Tesla mobile app (3.10.0 or later), enable GPS on your phone, and ensure you have cell service. Smart Summon will stop driving if cellular service or connectivity is lost. Smart Summon may require additional camera calibration.
Bluetooth Media Improvements
Playing media from a connected phone via Bluetooth has been improved to display album art from your device. You can now browse associated playlists directly from the touchscreen. Additionally, Bluetooth media supports 48 kHz sampling rate for better audio quality.
Note: Behavior and performance will vary depending on mobile device and app. For album art integration with iPhones, iOS 13 is required.
Dashcam can now record and store footage captured by your car's rear-view camera in addition to the narrow forward camera and side cameras. As usual, the Dashcam icon will be displayed in the status bar with a red dot indicating that it is recording. Tap the icon to save 10 minute video clips or press and hold to pause recording.
In addition to your seat, mirror and steering positions, your car automatically saves many settings to your driver profile. With this release, you can now see when a setting is saved to the selected driver profile in the status bar located at the top of your touchscreen.
This release includes changes present in the previous version, 2019.32.2.11.
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