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Originally Posted by Breeze5 View Post
Any chance to get this for upcoming Neo900?
I don't have a Neo900, but if you can point me to the development environment I can try compiling for it.
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Originally Posted by uvatbc View Post
I don't have a Neo900, but if you can point me to the development environment I can try compiling for it.
We have to wait 'till they release the Neo900 =)
Then we can have a look at it. Good to know that you are interested to do that =)
Otherwise i have to buy an android/iphone =(
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So Tesla just announced the final configuration for the Model 3. One of the "features" is that it does not use a key fob - instead, it uses the Tesla app on your phone to act as a key (over Bluetooth).
As someone who preordered a Model 3, I'm now kind of worried I'll have to get a cheap Android phone to act as a key...or just give up on Sailfish/Harmattan altogether and get an Android flagship. Is there any possibility of this app working as a key for the Tesla Model 3?
 

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Why not ask them directly? I'm quite sure they have the answer.

And congrats on the pre-purchase.
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Originally Posted by taixzo View Post
So Tesla just announced the final configuration for the Model 3. One of the "features" is that it does not use a key fob - instead, it uses the Tesla app on your phone to act as a key (over Bluetooth).
Really? Thats a ridiculous requirement.
I mean sure, everyone has a smartphone these days, but mandating a Android/iOS phone app is scary: What if my phone is discharged? I can't get into my car to charge it??

As someone who preordered a Model 3, I'm now kind of worried I'll have to get a cheap Android phone to act as a key...or just give up on Sailfish/Harmattan altogether and get an Android flagship. Is there any possibility of this app working as a key for the Tesla Model 3?
The API isn't open, I can try reverse engineering it with someone who has a Model 3.
No one I know has the car delivered to them yet.
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Hi.
I read somewhere - sorry, can't remember where - that you can use an RF card instead of the app.

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