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Problems with Tesla firmware 2019.12

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Description: I tried planning a route in my Model 3 using the new chromium browser introduced in Tesla firmware 2019.12. I can enter the starting and ending addresses, but no other controls are responsive in any way...  I cannot seem to get it to actually plan the route nor can I log into my account or link my car to the browser in car...
 

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Jups, I have the same thing. Here is a recording showing that ABRP is not working for its buttons and listboxes.

 

 

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I've passed this along to Bo, who can investigate (sadly, I don't have a Tesla to test in.  One day!)  Thanks for bringing this to our attention!

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I don't know if that worked or not, but I will assume that it was at least one component which needed fixing. Now the normal version of ABRP automatically does this for the Tesla Chromium browser.

For the technically interested, the User Agent reported from the browser is Mozilla/5.0 (X11; GNU/Linux) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chromium/72.0.3626.122 Chrome/72.0.3626.122 Safari/537.36 Tesla QtCarBrowser

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On 4/13/2019 at 7:20 AM, Bo (ABRP) said:

Cool! I have not received this update yet so I cannot debug myself - thanks for helping out! 

Try https://beta.abetterrouteplanner.com now. It should have resolved that problem - let me know!

I'll test after breakfast

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ABRP works again on 2019.12 but the positioning is a bit funky. It didn't locate my car until I entered my Tesla credentials/token.

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Allright, I am sure we can solve that as soon as I get 2019.12 myself. Does other sites using positiong work (like TeslaWaze)?

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Hello

Updated my M3 to 12.1.1 this morning.

1. You have to put your login data (Tesla, ABRP) in again completely new.

2. There is a bug in my browser. Without shift button activated (light grey) the letters are capital, with activated shift button (dark grey) they are small. A possiblity to see the password typed in, would be helpful.

3. Despite Tesla and ABRP Login are green, I do not get the Live data displayed (grey dot). But in a route planning the current battery level is considered right (start depart charge "car").

4. There is no position over GPS directly. No message to approve GPS access. TeslaWaze is not even loading the map and also no request message.

5. The ARBP page is loading completely new every time you reopen the browser after going back to in car navigation or another screens. I don't know if this is a good thing or not ;-).

Thanks

 

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Add 1:

The browser running ABRP is not getting live updates (SOC, Position), when it is in foreground. The information is static.

Only if you close and open it again, than it reloads the information from the Tesla server. Actually, its usable this way. 

You are using the in car navigation all the time and only have to update ABRP, if something unforeseen happens.

The SOC prediction of the car and ABRP is +-1% equal, so the energy burn down chart of the Tesla is good enough to control the progress.

Thanks

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Posted (edited)

With 2019.12, on a Model 3, I cannot set the "Avoid on Route" setting. The onscreen keyboard covers up the drop-down menu, and even typing in "Toll Roads" on the keyboard does not affect the setting. When I switch to the "No Map" screen, the keyboard still covers up the drop-down menu.

Is there some way to hide the on-screen keyboard so I can touch the "Toll Roads" part of the screen?

I tried this on both abetterrouteplanner.com and beta.abetterrouteplanner.com, and neither URL worked.

Edited by EVdriver
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On 5/2/2019 at 3:24 AM, EVdriver said:

With 2019.12, on a Model 3, I cannot set the "Avoid on Route" setting. The onscreen keyboard covers up the drop-down menu, and even typing in "Toll Roads" on the keyboard does not affect the setting. When I switch to the "No Map" screen, the keyboard still covers up the drop-down menu.

Still the same here on 2019.20.4.2 (Model 3). 😞

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