Guys are facing Tesla app problem as its not able to connect to my car and giving connection error
on IOS 12.1 Version
Tesla app problem as its not able to connect to my car and giving connection error
Works fine for me.
The standard procedure with a troubled iOS app is to delete the app including all data. Download and configure the app. That has worked for me every time.
just tried it but not working still
Is the car in a location where it can connect to the AT&T cellular network?
Your phone connects to a Tesla server and then the server connects to your car.
Both connections have to be working.
Same here, starting in Jan 2019
I have a similar issue - the car will not wake from sleep, all I get is "communication error". I was advised first that it was a hardware (modem) failure, but have just been told by service that there is no hardware fix, and that they hope it will be fixed in a software update. The "workaround" is to unlock the car with a fob, then it can talk to the app after it wakes up - not much use if you are trying to (say) start charging or warm the car remotely etc. out of range of the fob.
Got a new iphoneXR yesterday. Previous IPhone 6 worked app with car flawlessly. Now despite downloading and deleting Tesla app repeatedly , all I get is connection error. Phone and car both in area with good ATT service. Solution?
@tregaron that makes since as I was attempting to pre-heat the car for my wife as she was making her way down to the car and kept getting "communication error" until the point where I realized she had unlocked the door and got in. What software version are you on? Our MX is on 2018.49.20 and didn't have these issues until after it updated a week or so ago.
Does anyone have any update on this issue. I lost complete usefulness of my app since December 2018. The car seems to go into deep sleep very quickly and there is no way for me to access it via the app. I can see the car during charging sessions, but the moment the charge is complete I can no longer reach it.
Over here in France they say it is a known issues but I they keep saying it is all MCU2 cars which can't be true. My sister has an identical Model X to mine delivered just 5 days before and it still works great for her. It has meant absolutely no preheating in winter and the only way to deal with this is unlock the car and wake it so it then reconnects.
By the way, I noticed the title refers to iOS app. I also tried on an android phone and still have the same problem.
I’m having a similar issue in my 2014 S85, except it won’t even recognize the fob and the result is a totally inoperable car. Can’t even open the doors.
It’s happened 3 times in the past month. The only way to wake the car from sleep is to take the nosecone off and jump the car, setting off the alarm. Took it to the SC, and they’ve said the 12V is fine and they can’t find a problem.
More details in the forum post “Deep Sleep lockout” if anyone’s interested.
I had the same issue on the same day, but it's working now.
This is happening to me today. Tried to delete and recreate the app, didn't help. Tesla told me to try again once near the car and try soft reset. If it doesn't help need to call SC
Have a persistent "Vehicle Connection Error" when I open the app. Same as jaymenon above. Have gone through all the same iterations The NAV and music streaming seem to function fine. Car responds and functions normally. However, the web download is abysmal and very spotty. Doesn't even respond to attempts to change websites within the saved Favorites.
I’ve also noticed over the past couple weeks more vehicle connection errors or difficulty in connecting. This is not only with the iOS app, but with other tools like VisibleTesla which I leave running on a laptop at home to capture data. I’ve not bothered trying to uninstall and reinstall the app as I see this on multiple iOS devices (phone and iPad) and multiple products (Tesla app and VT). I have done multiple resets, both the main display and instrument cluster without any change in behavior.
It has the behavior as if the “always connected” option on my AP1/MCU1 vehicle no longer is active and the car is going into a hard sleep. I’ve actually double checked my settings in the car to confirm that I do have always connected still checked.
T99dalt, my S is doing the exact same thing. Navigation, streaming, everything working perfectly. App was functional 3 weeks ago and then boom, nothing. It shows I have a S and shows the end of the v/n but connection error to use all the functions. Any advice? I’m about to lose my mind. I’ve deleted app many times, cut phone off, etc.....thanks for any advice from any of you.
Is it just the app that has difficulty waking the car, or are you having problems waking the car when you want to drive? If the latter, see this related thread: https://forums.tesla.com/forum/forums/car-doesnt-wake-after-upgrading-20...
@EVRider - I'm still on 2018.50.6, so my issues with the iOS app and difficulty connecting are not related to 2019.12 in your related thread. I'm also seeing much poorer performance with VisibleTesla being able to log data unless my car is connected to my home wifi. Makes me wonder if something's going on with cellular connection (even though I'll show decent signal in the car).
@p.c.mcavoy: When our cars were still on 2018.50.x firmware, we had problems waking them from the mobile app. Once we updated to 2019.8.x, those problems went away. 2019.12 introduced the problem in the other thread to my Model S; the Model 3 is still on 2019.8.5 and doesn’t have these issues.
My I phone 8 stoped communicating with my tesla 3. When I tap on the tesla app it says error. a network error has occurred.This could be a CORS issue or dropped internet connection.
My iPhone 7 has few problems with my 3 but the S sitting next to it in the garagefrequently throws connection errors. Any ideas?
...both cars are on 2019.16.2, if that matters
I had this after the last firmware update. Deep reboot fixed it.
What specifically is a "deep reboot?"
Normal MCU reboot with brake pressed. Hold down both wheels and brake.
Model 3 stopped communicating with iOS app over LTE, only connected via WiFi. Rebooting the car (by pressing both steering wheel buttons while holding the brake pedal) resolved the issue.
Cohennona is right! Just remember to keep pressing brake pedal and both buttons until the screens go dark AND the Tesla icon reappears.
I get this waking up but it never comes to?