By installing the Tesla software update (TOS) on your Model S and Model S10, you can make sure the system updates to your car’s software automatically and automatically.
We’ll walk you through the process step-by-step.
Note: This guide only applies to the S9 model.
The S10 model and the Model X (and later models) only come with the Tesla Software Upgrade Kit.
The following steps may apply to other Model S models as well.
If you’re running a previous version of Tesla software, you may need to manually update to a new version.
If you’re unsure, visit the Tesla Support site for help.
The instructions below are based on the Tesla S10 and S9, but the same procedure applies to other versions.
To make sure you’re getting the latest software update:1.
Open the Tesla App on your smartphone, tablet or computer, then go to Settings > Software Update and turn the Update Now setting on.2.
Go to the software update page and click on the “Update Now” button.3.
Click the “Confirm Software Update” button and follow the instructions.4.
Your car should now be updated to the latest version.
The software update will take a few minutes to complete, and the car should show up in the Tesla dashboard as well as in the dashboard menu.
When you receive your update, you’ll be prompted to restart the car.
You can restart it anytime from the dashboard.