If I leave a planned route and abrp needs to recalculate the route it does not take the last known SoC but the SoC the route has been started with. Even though it could know the actual SoC because the PSA Car Controller transmits it live.
We are still working on the fix, please bear with us. Most likely will be out in the 4.4.6
Is this coming any time soon?
On IPhone it looks like to be working now too
Despite today's update, at least for iOS, which would supposedly fix some bugs and improvements, this situation remains
Today again. I started on a route at quarter past ten. At that point I had a SoC auf 79%, reflected in ABRP and my Home Automation System, which gets the data from PSA Car Controller as well. The grey line is the mileage I traveled and the greenish line is my SoC. In ABRP the SoC dropped, while I was driving. It was not always the same value as the car was reporting but close enough. When I reached my final destination it jumped back to 79% even though the data received by the api were fresh (see screenshot). Shortly after my screenshot it refreshed the data again and then it matched. I get the impression that while a route is active, the data from the api is not read correctly.
Later on I took a deliberate wrong turn. After recalculating the route the SoC jumped back to the value of the start of that tour. Very strange.
Yes I have this one exact problem. When arriving at destination and also when recalculating after wrong turn.
Today I did a short toilet break without switching off the car or ending the route. ABRP didn't even recalculate the route. But the break was enough for ABRP to use the actual SoC which at that point after 2 hours drive was 20% higher then ABRP had calculated. Very unexpected.
I also have this. Also when close to final destination the SOC jumps back to starting SOC. And its says its connected to trionity which shows the correct SOC. After 5 - 10 min when home i check ABRP app again and it shows the correct SOC again.
From memory the app tells me the time it received new data, which was fairly recent but the SoC is totally wrong. At one point I had 100% even though I was driving an hour.
Are you seeing the right SoC level in ABRP at this point, only the new plan assumes initial SoC?