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  1. Hi @PatU, I'm aware we resolved this issue via mail but if anyone else is looking for a solution, this is how: 1. Go into settings (detailed) > Car model 2. Click the cogwheel to the right of your saved car 3. You'll now be in settings for this vehicle, of which at the bottom you should see the button 'unlink mytesla' 4. Click the button and the token used for the connection will be deleted, hence the connection will be broken /Katya
  2. Hi @BarryH, Instant, normally it should be visible in the comparison tool as soon as it is publicly available in ABRP. We'll have it corrected! /Katya
  3. Hi @Bert Hogendoorn, Could you tell us which device model and Android version this is? /Katya
  4. Hi all, @DimZen, @Fränky, @Chris79, @tburkel, The problem which causes this crash upon starting the Apple watch app unfortunately remains. It certainly isn't forgotten and I really do hope that this time we will have it corrected in time for next release. Regarding user testing, we don't do public testing for iOS currently as it is slightly complicated, but we might have a go at it in the future. Judging by the information you've all provided it does not seem to depend on the watch model, rather it is a general problem. /Katya
  5. Hi @Chris79, We do have issues in the current version causing such a crash for the Apple Watch app unfortunately. We're still looking into getting it fixed. Or did you also have problems with CarPlay? /Katya
  6. Hi Rockfred, Unfortunately CarPlay does have its limitations and it looks like getting the graph in there is more or less impossible. However you may of course run the iPhone app simultaneously and there display the detailed mode. /Katya
  7. Hi @Padraigdc, 1. It seems like the way the CarPlay menu bar adjusts itself for cars with the steering wheel on the right side creates this issue. We're currently looking into fixing it! Meanwhile you can still use the app on the side for viewing the % 2. Unfortunately not. Apple do have rather harsh limitations for what can and cannot be done in CarPlay but it is still possible to have the ABRP app running simultaneously and let the graph be viewed there while following navigation on the CarPlay screen. /Katya
  8. Hi all! @Miguel Jamous, @petermona, @DaveH, @fbulldog, @Abu Dhabi Dude, @Eiernacken5, @Va2li, @Marc O., @Kenneth K, @LarsO, @TheRussian, @Christian44, @Ralph, @GreenGecko, @CNPC, @Wiley, @mikewaz, @ThomasH, @JuanHeredia, @Tesla Coil, @P-E, @Benkvist, @conny, @Bill N, @joncox@alum.mit.edu, @A900ss, @KillCoffee, @f1geek_EV, @lexcyn, @chris-e-niro, @Jor37, @felixtrb We're happy to inform you that the update 4.0.35 which includes support for Apple CarPlay finally is out on the App store! In the linked tweet you can see some of our recorded test drives using CarPlay 😉 Do note that a prem
  9. Hi @Fly_PetitPrince, I can see in the forum thread you linked that you hadn't found a way to contact us. Premium users do have prioritized support so the fastest way for you to get help is to click the ABRP logo in the app then the "tell us what you think" button, but you may of course seek help here as well 🙂 I checked your user profile and it seems your saved vehicle isn't currently linked to ABRP and I believe doing so will resolve the issues you're having by calibrating the reference consumption value for your car and getting live SoC. And, as a user advised in the thread having
  10. Hi @Logjammer, Thank you for bringing this to light! We've updated accordingly! /Katya
  11. Hi @Xulio, Thank you for reporting this! We rounded off the numbers for coordinates in a way that wasn't very suitable for such low numbers. We'll make the necessary changes and it'll be visible again soon. /Katya
  12. Hi @Juergen, I can agree that this is a somewhat odd behavior but it is merely visual, and I can assure you it does not affect planning. In this case, the most likely explanation for why a non Tesla charger was chosen instead is the lower charging time. There is no default preference for the Tesla network even if you are planning with a Tesla but you may set a preference in: Settings (detailed) > Battery & Chargers > Network preferences /Katya
  13. Hi @Bert Hogendoorn, Thank you. The planner does not currently seem to take the detour into the forest, did a check including the coordinates given and some points before and after them: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/?plan_uuid=3a05e9cf-4fa9-4a6b-84aa-2bdf216c03a5 Does it look alright on your side as well? Do you have information about the detour in Vancouver also? /Katya
  14. Hi @Tutis, The linked plan doesn't yield the described result currently. Something regarding how we select chargers or what available chargers there are along the route may have changed since but it appears to be resolved. /Katya
  15. Hi @Cheese Guy, I can see that @Remuz started this threat quite some time ago. Logged drives and charging sessions are now available to premium subscribers who have linked their car to ABRP (some linking types / cars may have limitations, but Tesla is not one of them). You can read more about the premium subscriptions and the features here: https://abetterrouteplanner.com/premium/ Each individual logged charging session may of course look very different due to temperature, the charger itself etc. but we are actually working on creating a display for the cars "personal" charging curve
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