Definitely agree with this. An overheated phone will throttle the processor and as a result you'll get studders and glitches and lag.
Try it with a different phone and try using it without charging it (especially if you're using wireless charging, which generates even more heat).
As for the manual, I guess they skipped that because it doesn't matter. When the J-1772 standard was developed, a huge focus was making it as safe as humanely possible. It's designed to be suddenly unplugged mid-charge and be completely safe.
Inside the physical EVSE plug, just so you...
Yes, it seems like it does nothing, but if you press (and hold) the button, power will disconnect and remain disconnected in a matter of milliseconds.
You won't notice the car immediately reacting, though. But after a few seconds it may kick the fans off or something, I've noticed that.
I believe the J-1772 standard states that it will immediately disconnect power when you press the trigger button on the charger plug to remove it.
You don't need to worry about that. Just unplug it.
If you are worried, you can always stop charging through the FordPass app first.
Reviving this thread to post my own -- this was 20% on the fronts only. The rest of the windows are factory.
Tint guy said 20% would match the rears, which seems to be the case because the front windshield lets a lot of light in which causes them to appear brighter.
And they removed the door...
Got some window tint. This is 20% tint on the fronts only. It's slightly darker than the 30% rears, but it ends up looking the same because of the windshield's effect on brightening the front two seats.
Welcome to the forum - most of those complaints have been brought up before, so I'd say yes, many agree with you. Check out the Issues Compilation Wiki and feel free to add them to that list, so we can keep it in one place.
FWIW some of these have been promised as coming already from Ford (app...