LR AWD: Currently on 2019.36.2.1, which was updated Nov 12. Haven’t had any updates since. Is this to be expected?
I've been on the same for as long. It's amazing how spoiled we've become.
Totally agree. :-)
You can go almost a year without an update, so yeah.
I'm in the same boat - - still on 36.2.1 for about the same length of time. So long as you have a wifi signal where you park the car (and not even a real strong one as in my case), nothing to do but wait. It WILL come eventually.
My personal best is 45 days on 2 different occasions. I also have a couple in the 25-35 day range.
Updates happen whenever they happen; having said that, they’ve been averaging an update every 4-5 weeks... so it’s not something to get worked up about at day 21.
My son's 2008 Mazda3 hasn't had an update in 11 years!
@EP, Too funny!!! Lmao.
Empathy for @EPwolf. My 1964 Ford Thunderbird remains not updated in now about 55 years...still waiting for auto-anything.
My worst case Model 3 update wait was 46 days (take that @hokiegir1!), plus two updates 35 days apart. Best case was an update at 4:45pm and another update just under 6 hours later. Currently on v36.2.3 for the last 6 days and awaiting the 40-something update with worm on tongue (baited breath - homage to Robin Williams).
Yep, completely normal. In fact, it wouldn't be odd for another couple of updates to roll out before the majority of us moved off 36.2.1 or older.
As I mentioned in another thread, if you go to Controls > Software, the car checks for updates, so if Tesla has made 40.x available for your car, you might get it more quickly that way. Our Model 3 is on 36.2.3, even though our S got 40.1.1 recently.
So, nothing unusual about still being on 36.2.1.
Here is my experience:
Your 10 Software Updates
Average of 18 days between updates. It has been 22 days since your last update.
Software Version Date Installed Days Since Previous Update
2019.36.2.1 ea322ad 11/12/2019 9:39 AM 30
2019.32.12.2 58f3b76 10/12/2019 8:09 PM 6
2019.32.11.1 d39e85a 10/06/2019 5:40 PM 18
2019.32.2.2 da05838 09/17/2019 6:56 PM 27
2019.28.3.1 f9e95acd 08/21/2019 6:33 PM 28
2019.24.4 73fb1ab 07/24/2019 3:14 PM 28
2019.20.4.2 66625e9 06/26/2019 9:33 AM 5
2019.20.2.1 5659e07 06/20/2019 3:34 PM 20
2019.16.2 73d3f3c 05/30/2019 10:55 PM 17
2019.12.1.2 5c87371 05/13/2019 8:32 AM
Updates get staggered on release, so you don't always get it right way.
If you notice the week indicator of the updates are spaced 4 weeks apart (12/16/20/24/28/32/36/40), which would lead one to believe that "New" versions come out about every 4 weeks; however you may get one version early in the release cycle and the next version late so it may "Seem" like a long wait at times...
Well, 36.2.4 installing in 30 seconds so my patience paid off. SR+ with no AP or FSD in San Diego.