This is usually due to timing. When you start your vehicle, all warnings initially light up for a brief check but then go out again if the function works correctly. To ensure that the Audi DataPlug does not incorrectly report this brief activation to your Audi connect plug and play app as a defect, it sends active warnings only if they are still active 60 seconds after the ignition has been switched on.
If you now switch on your vehicle but the engine is still switch off, for example while you are entering an address in your navigation system, the Audi DataPlug will already be active and the 60 seconds are running. If you then only start the engine after some time, the warnings will light up as described above and the Audi DataPlug sends them to the Audi connect plug and play app which interprets them as real defects.
If this happens to you, switch the engine off again, remove the key and then start the engine again. The warnings should then disappear from the Audi connect plug and play app.
If the problem persists, you can contact Audi Customer Service or your Audi partner's service adviser.
Please note: The direct indicators/messages in the vehicle and the information in the owner's manual always take priority. To prevent major damage to your vehicle, we recommend following the information and recommendations, in particular in case of serious system faults. Please also note that ignoring the faults can put you and other at risk!