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Firmware Tracker Accurate?

Firmware Tracker Accurate?

It shows over 6K reports of 40.2.1.

Largest number of reports for recent previous versions is under 800.

https://teslafi.com/firmware/

derotam | December 13, 2019

Define recent

Devilstower | December 13, 2019

It only covers people who have signed up with the site, so consider it more of a poll than a census.

derotam | December 13, 2019

36.2.1 got up to 6k in 6 days on 11/14

36.2.4 got past 5300 on 12/10 in less than 6 days....

Magic 8 Ball | December 13, 2019

Ah, I think I got it now but I don't see the historical total number of reports per version install, is that somewhere in the link I included?

derotam | December 13, 2019

Nope, I just track it daily in my own spreadsheet...well most week days that is.

Magic 8 Ball | December 13, 2019

Cool, thanks.

derotam | December 13, 2019

Most recent record number of total installs from Teslafi data is 7375 for 2019.36.2.1 on 11/21 before they started pushing 36.2.2, 3, and 4

Magic 8 Ball | December 13, 2019

How many reported in with 40.1.1?

derotam | December 13, 2019

I only saw a high of 436 for 40.1.1. I do have a 7 day gap before that number though so it could have been higher, but I am sure not by much.

Magic 8 Ball | December 13, 2019

Thanks, yeah I saw it had a small number.

WEST TEX EV | December 13, 2019

I think this is strategy:

1) Create newest firmware changes
2) Test in house
3) deploy to small number (250-500) “test vehicles”
4) watch for bug reports/track diagnostic data
5) if bug then return to (1)
Otherwise....
6) deploy to all applicable cars

So 40.1.1 seems like a “bug detected” scenario.

hokiegir1 | December 13, 2019

As people load the newer version, it reduces the count of the one they are coming off of.

Magic 8 Ball | December 13, 2019

@hokie That is where I got x’d up.

derotam | December 13, 2019

@WEST TEX EV: That sound's like a great theory, that isn't what they do for all of the first run builds however. There are multiple examples of them just going all out right from the word go.