The charging limit issues are not related to the use or not of a schedule, and they’ve been fixed with 2.5.I still just use my evse for scheduling, it works better and a can make changes from the app without having to go sit in the car. It doesn't have charging limit issues.
Could it be your home charger that’s over-riding the car?Had a unique one today, conveniently the day I need to drive to the airport 108km away. I noticed scheduler was on last night (I usually just charge off solar when the sun is up). So I turned off the scheduler, confirmed the car was charging and went to sleep. I woke up to find the scheduler had turned itself back on and the car had barely charged.
Not a minor inconvenience and Polestar should really remove the feature if they cannot guarantee reliability.
Car is on 2.5, 2022 MY.
It keeps turning itself back on AND reverting to the old schedule. I can set the schedule to 24h and it starts charging then 30 mins later jumps back to 7am-7pm. 😳
I figured I'd delete the app data and sign back in but I have to re-pair my phone which I have now learned requires completely deleting my profile in the car?! How incredibly convenient, Polestar's UX programmers (if they have any) should be so proud of this clever feature /s
Sorry. I thought if you had an 11kw charger it might over ride the car. Granny plug wouldn’t affect the car’s charging schedule. At least I hope not since mine’s done that way.My granny charger? Not likely. I would say it's more likely a lack of the setting 'sticking' when set via the app. Whether it's the car or the apps fault, it's definitely Polestar's fault.