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Icontrol message to phone says car going into deep sleep mode as i havent driven it for a few days. Its asking to set a wake up time.

Is there an advantage to setting a wake up time vs just getting in and driving away? Better for battery or efficiency or faster to 'boot up'?
 

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One might be the ability to turn on the climate remotely. I travel a lot and can't turn on the climate remotely when I arrive if the car sat for a few days. I just tried setting a departure time in advance to see of that helps (I'll find out Saturday).
 

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Icontrol message to phone says car going into deep sleep mode as i havent driven it for a few days. Its asking to set a wake up time.

Is there an advantage to setting a wake up time vs just getting in and driving away? Better for battery or efficiency or faster to 'boot up'?
A wake up timer will allow you to use the remote app for climate, etc. without setting the timer the car won’t wake up until you get in it.
 

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Updated to h264 last month. Don't seem to get the deep sleep notifications anymore. Anyone else notice this?
 

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I don't recall ever getting one in the first placer (although it has gone into deep sleep maybe few times in the last year, so maybe I missed them).
 

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At least with Tesla, if you pinged the car via the phone app, it would prevent the car from going into a deep sleep mode. Some apps were notorious for periodically pinging the car even if you weren’t aware of it.

This resulted in increasing phantom drain which I found to be an issue. Some times you’d lose 5-6 miles a day and other times you’d have no phantom drain. It was nearly impossible to figure out what was causing the different behaviors.
 
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