What are you doing when Tesla's screen gets black? Well, you take it to Twitter and Elon Musk solves the problem for you, of course.
Probably also helps if you're famous.
On Wednesday, Sheryl Crowe asked the Twitterverse question for the screen of Tesla's screen.
"Hello, who knows what to do when @Tesla's screen turns black and reset does not work?" "Return it and get your money back," she said
Sounds like a bad problem, but it's actually really easy to decide "According to Musk, Tesla's night mode, when the brightness is 0%, is too dark during the day, and the company will update the software to cope with it." So far, the decision is to change your preferences on the Night Mode screen, says Musk
A night mode with 0% brightness is actually too dark during the day, which is ultimately our fault. we use our software so that 0% brightness can always be used in comparison with environmental conditions – the brightness is currently "too high"
The default brightness for night mode is actually too high IMO. to be lower and allow lower than the current level of "0%."
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 3, 2019
Although it is not clear who gave her the right board, Crow later wrote that he managed to solve problems with changing the car's settings.
The problem is resolved! EXPECT all creative answers. The best thing was that my kids had to look … which would be useful, as my child was the one who changed the settings / made him black first! I knew I had to break the school …
– Sheryl Crow (@SherylCrow) April 3, 2019
And if you wonder if he really sells Tesla, the answer is no.
The limbs are no better than that.