Connecting to Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi is available as a data connection method
and is often faster than cellular data networks.
Connecting to Wi-Fi is especially useful in
areas with limited or no cellular connectivity.
To ensure fast, reliable delivery of Model X
updates (see Software Updates on page 123),
Tesla recommends leaving Wi-Fi turned on
and connected to a Wi-Fi network. To connect
to a Wi-Fi network:
Touch the 3G (or LTE) icon in the
touchscreen status bar. Model X will start
scanning and display the Wi-Fi networks
that are within range.
Select the Wi-Fi network you want to use,
enter the password (if necessary), then
You can also connect to a hidden network that
isn't shown on the list of scanned networks.
Just touch Wi-Fi Settings and enter the name
of the network in the resulting dialog box.
Once you have connected to a network,
Model X auto-connects whenever the network
is within range. If more than one previously
connected network is within range, Model X
connects to the one most recently used.
Note: You can also use a mobile hotspot or
your phone's Internet connection via Wi-Fi
Note: At Tesla service centers, Model X
automatically connects to a Tesla Service Wi-
Fi access point.
Model X Owner's Manual
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