Disagree. Some hidden features - like rebooting when troubleshooting - should be hidden, not hit-you-in-the-face obvious. Were it not for bugs & problems, no normal user should ever have to use this feature. The real solution is to make the system stable enough not to need this.It’s a crappy design. Considering it says about the screen cleaning they could and should of added “and hold on for another 30 seconds to get a reboot”.
After 4 years and 60k miles, I'm very happy with my Model S 100D. Some hiccups along the way but I really like it. The last 3 years the software's been very stable for my uses.Heck Tesla has had bugs and incomplete software for over 8 years, Volvo only 8 months.
Thank you for that!! It cured the problem that I have been having with the new SiriusXM on my XC40 Recharge. I had it at the dealership two days ago and they said they could not fix the problem and I would have to wait for a download fix.Keep holding even longer, until the screen cleaning text goes away. Usually at least 30 seconds.
For me this has fixed any little quirks. After coming out of a drive through carwash my cameras were not working..home button reset fixed. Any other glitch is fixed by the defrost button reset (LTE/Google Maps). Other than having to do these resets occasionally I have had no problems with the car.My Xc 40 p8 was beeping nonstop and i reset and worked!Thanks
Actually I’m glad the car has that feature. I hate it when it is filled with fingerprints.What does the "Screen Cleaning" actually do? Not the full longer than 20 sec hold full reset. Does the shorter hold of the button do anything at all?
Duh, too simple.Actually I’m glad the car has that feature. I hate it when it is filled with fingerprints.
It allows you to clean the screen without activating any function.
The difference is that Volvo had a system that worked (Sensus) and Tesla started from ground zero. Before changing from something that works to something that is barely beta is a bad move.Heck Tesla has had bugs and incomplete software for over 8 years, Volvo only 8 months.