Teslapedia Software Update
- First noticed 1 month ago
- 32 vehicles are currently on this version.
Vehicle Updates Per Day
|January 4, 2020||1|
|January 3, 2020||1|
|January 2, 2020||2|
|January 1, 2020||1|
|December 31, 2019||1|
|December 30, 2019||4|
|December 29, 2019||7|
|December 28, 2019||9|
|December 27, 2019||11|
|December 26, 2019||19|
|December 25, 2019||137|
|December 24, 2019||193|
Driving Visualization Improvements
These improvements only apply to vehicles with HW3.0 (FSD) and in the US only.
The driving visualization can now display additional objects which include stop lights, stop signs and select road markings. The stop sign and stop light visualizations are not a substitute for an attentive driver and will not stop the car. To see these additional objects in your driving visualization, tap Controls > Autopilot > Full Self-Driving Visualization preview.
Voice commands have been rebuilt to understand natural language. For this initial release, we focused on commands that minimize having to touch the screen so you can keep your eyes on the road. A few areas and examples of what you can say are:
- Climate: "Set the temperature to 70", "Turn on the passenger seat heater"
- Vehicle: "Adjust my right mirror", "Open the glovebox"
- Navigation: "Let's go to work", "Where are the nearby supercharging stations"
- Media: "Play the Beatles", "Search for Joe Rogan podcast",
- Communication: "Call Davis Lewis", "Send a text message to Evan"
- Other: “Show me the rear camera”, “Open Autopilot settings”
Anonymized voice commands will be captured to further train and improve the system in future software updates.
You can now read and respond to text messages using your right scroll wheel button. When a new message is received press the right scroll wheel button to have your text message read out loud and press again to respond by speaking out loud. You will also be able to view messages as they come in via the "Cards" section of the touchscreen.
To view messages that have been received while your phone is connected via Bluetooth, tap the Application Launcher > Call > Messages. You can read and reply to a message by tapping an entry in the Messages list. To enable this feature, tap the Bluetooth icon on the top of the display, and enable "Sync Messages". Once enabled, you can also choose to play a chime whenever a new text message is received by enabling "Chime on New Message".
Additionally, if you have favorite phone contacts on your device, you can now easily access them from the Favorites tab of the Phone app.
Note: Notifications need to be enabled on your device from the phone's Bluetooth settings to send and receive text messages. Due to the limitations of Bluetooth support from your device, you will not be able to send group messages. As usual, Bluetooth behavior may depend on make and model of your device.
Your car can now maintain airflow, temperature, interior lighting, as well as play music, and power devices when Camp Mode is enabled. To enable Camp Mode, tap the fan icon at the bottom of the touchscreen and set Keep Climate On to CAMP while your car is in PARK. Big batteries rock.
You can now watch Twitch in the Tesla Theater app. To launch Tesla Theater, tap the Entertainment icon in the Application Launcher and select the Theater tab while your car is in PARK. Note: Premium Connectivity is required to stream videos over cell. To subscribe to Premium Connectivity, please visit your Tesla Account online.
You've inherited your grandfather's old farm plot in Stardew Valley. Armed with hand-me-down tools and a few coins, you set out to begin your new life. Can you learn to live off the land and turn these overgrown fields into a thriving home?
Two players, two sides, one is light, one is dark. Play Backgammon against your passenger or challenge your Tesla to a game. Move by dragging and dropping the checker pieces during your turn. As with all Tesla Arcade Games, you can play when your car is in PARK by tapping the Application Launcher, then tap Entertainment > Arcade and select your desired game from the menu.
You can now use dictation to input text in your car. Simply tap the microphone icon on the keyboard to input text via voice control.
In addition to creating a visual masterpiece with the Tesla Sketchpad, you can now make audio masterpieces with TRAX. Simple add some instruments, adjust the tempo, and record multiple tracks to start creating original music right in your car. Once you are done, SAVE your music and LOAD it for future playback. To access TRAX, tap on the Application Launcher > Toybox > TRAX icon.
Save Dashcam Clips on Honk
Dashcam can now automatically save clips whenever you honk your car horn. To enable, tap Controls > Safety & Security > Save Clips on Honk. To learn more about how to setup and use Dashcam, please refer to the Owner's Manual.
Additional navigation settings are now saved to your driver profile such as volume levels for navigation voice guidance as well as traffic display settings.
New Language Support
You can now select Danish as your language. To upgrade your language setting, tap Controls > Display and select the desired option from the Language drop down menu.
This release contains minor improvements and bug fixes.