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ABRP in Tesla MX AP 2.0 vehicle

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I've tried running the latest version of ABRP (3.7) in the browser on my AP 2.0 car.  It seems to run OK, perhaps a bit slow.  I have two questions:

1) In a YouTube video from Now You Know done in a Model 3, ABRP popped up a login prompt right after starting up in the browser, and the login feature apparently ties the website to vehicle data & data transfer.  I don't see that login prompt in my vehicle.  Is that because I'm using an older browser (AP 2.0)?

2) The YouTube video also showed a bunch of customization possible in ABRP running in the vehicle after the login prompt.  I don't see any of them in ABRP running in my vehicle.  Am I missing some tab/feature that reveals this?

2) I see NaN's in the time of arrival columns for a trip planned in my vehicle.  It does show the trip duration time.  I don't see the NaN's when planning the same trip on a desktop computer running Firefox & ABRP.  Why are the NaN's appearing in the time columns?  Is there anything I can do to fix this?

Thanks!

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With more tinkering, I've figured out #1 & #2.  I'm still stuck on "#3" and the NaN's.  I'm now guessing that the vehicle isn't sharing current time data with the vehicle browser for some reason.  I'll go search around Tesla forums to see if others have found this issue. 

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More tinkering.  I found a web site that displays time data in a browser obtained from the computer system running the browser. 

Here's the image:  the Tesla web browser is getting correct local time data.  I'm now suspecting a bug in ABRP 3.7. 

browser_time_check.jpg

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Did you enter your "my tesla" login credentials so the web site can pull your car's data?  It doesn't communicate directly with the car, even when running on the car's web browser.  It still needs to pull the car data from your tesla login.  So car communicates with Tesla servers, and ABRP communicates with Tesla servers to get your car's data.

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