Got SR+ couldn’t figure out how to turn off the satellite view and only show regular roads. The map is way to busy. I am on the latest software with sentry mode, dog mode etc
Tap right side of map. On bottom right the globe symbol will turn it off and on.
Then it may be the new SR+ Issue. I can’t find the globe icon anywhere. I only see the supercharge icon on the bottom right
Same thing on my SR+. Please fix, I find the satellite view difficult to read street names.
Have you read the owner’s manual?
I have to touch the map somewhere to get the satellite button to show up. However since you say the supercharger one shows up but not satellite it could be a bug. To report bugs activate the microphone and say bug report then describe the issue.
I think this is not a bug. Tesla is purposefully not allowing the option regular road view option. Please Tesla give us that option.
Looks like Tesla oopsed. They inverted what the partial premium and full premium includes:
Partial Premium Interior Includes:
Standard maps & navigation
Premium Interior Includes:
Satellite-view maps with live traffic visualization and navigation
The way it's worded on the order page, you should have ONLY the street view on the SR+ with no Satellite view option. I would submit feedback via your account page, I find those get the best response.
I think Tesla removed glove icon on the map for standard connectivity but mistakenly set the default map mode as satellite view.
I heard it’s fixed in the recent software update. Replaced satellite with standard maps
I can confirm that SR+ on 2019.8.2 update, the map is now standard maps for daytime and nighttime. Previously, it was satellite-view maps for day and standard for night. Latest update change it standard maps for both day and night.
So to confirm, even though I had and liked satellite maps on partial premium, they've now gone and I can't get them back?
@Christian... it is not part of the partial premium package.
I also have SR+ (this is week 2) and had satellite view only (no option to switch). Yesterday, after 2019.8.3, it switched to standard maps only. I think @Rt002k is right.
I had the same issue, after updating firmware it's standard map only now. I hated satellite view anyways so this is a big plus for me.
It seems like this is something I'm guessing they intentionally left out of SR+. I'm sure enough nagging will get them to bring it back. You can sort of work around this by persistently enabling dark mode on your display (Settings > Display > Dark), but then your whole screen is in dark mode which might not be ideal during the day but it at least gives you the standard rendered map. This is honestly a weird limitation for them to have implemented.
There is no switch to toggle because satellite wasn't meant to be there on the SR and SR+. Don't worry, the next update will take it away.
Does anybody know if Tesla is going to offer a (payable) software update with some premium connectivity, to us Partial Prem owners?
I have a standard tesla 3 and I’m trying to add the satellite image..enrolled to the premium 9.99 per month but still no satellite image...I did have it during my fist month as a trial but then disappeared and never came back.
On the bottom right corner there are 3 little items (almost hard to see), click the earth button (the circle) that would switch it back to your normal view.
@Dodger, The $9.99 is for connectivity, AKA cellular LTE data. It does not add features that are not part of SR and SR+.
@donharvey2323 That is not how I believe it works per Tesla's documentation, which basically indicates if you sign up for Premium connectivity, you get all the functionality identified in their table. I know when I took delivery of my SR+, I had live traffice and satelite maps, as well as online streaming functionality.
@kimo is correct. Anyone who purchases Premium Connectivity gets all the associated features, including satellite views. regardless of the model.
@Dodgersfan_38: I wouldn't expect Premium Connectivity to appear immediately after activating it online. Try rebooting your car. If it doesn't show up in a day or two, contact Tesla.