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No updates in the last 21 days

No updates in the last 21 days

LR AWD: Currently on 2019.36.2.1, which was updated Nov 12. Haven’t had any updates since. Is this to be expected?

wiscy67 | 4 December 2019

I've been on the same for as long. It's amazing how spoiled we've become.

farihachaudhry | 4 December 2019

@wiscy67
Totally agree. :-)

Bighorn | 4 December 2019

You can go almost a year without an update, so yeah.

rehutton777 | 4 December 2019

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.

hokiegir1 | 5 December 2019

My personal best is 45 days on 2 different occasions. I also have a couple in the 25-35 day range.

rdavis | 5 December 2019

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.

EPwolf | 5 December 2019

My son's 2008 Mazda3 hasn't had an update in 11 years!

Pg3ibew | 5 December 2019

@EP, Too funny!!! Lmao.

SalisburySam | 5 December 2019

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).

Devilstower | 5 December 2019

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.

EVRider | 5 December 2019

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.

jallred | 5 December 2019

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

rdavis | 5 December 2019

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...

wiscy67 | 5 December 2019

Well, 36.2.4 installing in 30 seconds so my patience paid off. SR+ with no AP or FSD in San Diego.