Im getting same on both apps ‘Battery Partially Charged’. Happened today.
A lot of people seem to have similar problems with variations. Similar but different...Love to know how many are out there...Getting the alert on Mercedes Me that my battery is low, probably because I haven’t been out on a long trip for a couple of weeks
Did a short one and noticed stop/start was working
Guess it is a case of too much information
our case is we have an A250... we started having significant battery drain one month after purchase.. it has had a new battery installed by the dealer.. but still has significant battery drain.. we have used ”stand by” function and switched of most of the electrics (wifi, Bluetooth, internal external lighting etc) but no impact..still lose power.. based on stand by function MB estimate a full battery should provide at least 22-23 weeks (yes 22-23 weeks) stand by power.. we have carried out our own extensive tests and our conclusion is that even in standby you only have about 1 week of power before battery is probably dead....
Haven,t tested it until battery is dead as can not afford a dead or damaged battery during the current crisis
We maybe being mischievous but the lack of support even acknowledgement of the problem .. indicates MB has stuffed it’s implemention of MBUX and its extensive functionality by not being able to manage battery drain.. and they are being quiet about the problem because they have new models rolling out with MBUX and are avoiding bad press..
If they just made Standby mode work it, would be brilliant... but ignoring the problem as we have experienced is not the way to go...
MBUX is great in our eyes as is the car.. but it fails simply because of battery drain...it maybe just our car and we are a one off ..but we suggest you test your car.. after 6, 7 or 8 days in isolation see if you get a battery critical message on the dash.. also try and engage standby and see how many weeks battery power you have...
For us 1 week battery power is inconvenient even dangerous in an emergency and if it is a normal condition we would not have bought the car... constantly placing a charger on car that should not require it, to cover for a design flaw is just not good enough Especially for a luxury car.. and a car for daily driving not a super high performance car that spends most of it life in a garage..