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SMS 'tesla did not go to sleep' followed by 'tesla has gone to sleep'

uwemeier68 9 months ago updated by estein 9 months ago 1

So after resetting my tesla password etc, I finally get the car to sleep :-) 

However what is strange is that I always get the following sequence of text messages (example time stamp in the front)

- 8:14am 'Tesla trying to sleep. To resume polling replay to this test with "yes"'

- 8:29am 'Tesla did not go to sleep. Polling has been resumed'

- 8:30am 'Tesla has gone to sleep'

this matches with what I see in the raw data: (shortened)

4/10/2019 8:32:14 AM

asleep

04/10/2019 8:31:13 AM

asleep

04/10/2019 8:30:19 AM

asleep

Idling->Sleeping - Text Alert Sent

04/10/2019 8:29:16 AM

online

Vehicle Did Not Fall Asleep - Text Alert Sent

04/10/2019 8:28:17 AM

online

Trying To Sleep - No Vehicle State

04/10/2019 8:27:17 AM

online

Trying To Sleep - No Vehicle State

04/10/2019 8:26:17 AM

online

Trying To Sleep - No Vehicle State

04/10/2019 8:25:18 AM

online

Trying To Sleep - No Vehicle State

04/10/2019 8:24:17 AM

online

Trying To Sleep - No Vehicle State

04/10/2019 8:23:16 AM

online

Trying To Sleep - No Vehicle State

04/10/2019 8:22:13 AM

online

Trying To Sleep - No Vehicle State

04/10/2019 8:21:15 AM

online

Trying To Sleep - No Vehicle State

04/10/2019 8:20:16 AM

online

Trying To Sleep - No Vehicle State

04/10/2019 8:19:17 AM

online

Trying To Sleep - No Vehicle State

04/10/2019 8:18:11 AM

online

Trying To Sleep - No Vehicle State

04/10/2019 8:17:12 AM

online

Trying To Sleep - No Vehicle State

04/10/2019 8:16:10 AM

online

Trying To Sleep - No Vehicle State

04/10/2019 8:15:12 AM

online

Trying To Sleep - No Vehicle State

04/10/2019 8:14:13 AM

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TeslaFi Sleep Mode Sleep Attempt - Text


So is it normal that it first tell me it couldn't go to sleep and then it tells me it did?
Also, by looking the the raw data, I can assume it is sleeping - right?

Same thing is happening for me.