Video: Tesla Owners Lost Access To & Nbsp; Machines Due To A Crash In The & Nbsp; App
Tesla's official app, which can be used to unlock the car's central locking system, suffered a technical glitch and the car owners were unable to open them. Reported by The Next Web.
- A large number of owners began to complain on Tesla's official Twitter account that they could not open their cars. The application either gave an error, or hung, or completely deleted all data.
- A technical problem with the Tesl application was fixed by the Downdetector website. In total, over a thousand complaints were noted, mainly related to the inability to log in. Some drivers tried to contact the technical support of the company for about an hour.
- The system did not work for more than five hours, after which the application began to function again.
In addition to a smartphone, Tesla can be opened using a conventional key fob and a special key card with a radio tag: they are included in the standard equipment of electric vehicles. But only in the mobile application there are functions for remote control of climate control and other systems.
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