CBenson wrote:Where has waze said they only provide "on route only" popups?
yurx wrote:Those who keep quoting Wiki are missing the point. I am pretty sure everyone now know how to disable pop-ups which involves the undesirable side-effects. This request is to allow disable pop-ups and still have speed data. WiKi says it is not possible as of now and the community understands that, but the request is to make it possible. That's the point.
Popups.Min speed Knots: -1
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:tomzuu wrote:Okey, I can understand, why jasonh didn't give a direct link to #15, he's on iphone, but AlanOfTheBerg?
http://www.waze.com/wiki/index.php/FAQ# ... _moving.3F
Another thing is why can't it be made turned off like it is for Group pop-ups? But instead you have to disable traffic information at all.
This is just one of dozens of threads about the same issue. The direct link has been posted before, many times. And I tire of posting it repeatedly, especially that day.
Why can't you disable it like group popups? Because that setting is not available to us. Pretty simple. Yes, you have to turn of visual traffic data, but the routing servers still can reroute you due to traffic jams/accidents. You just don't get the alerts.
Battery.Threshold 1: 30
Battery.Threshold 2: 10
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:tomzuu wrote:Although battery checker needs an option to be disabled. I'm clearly see my battery meter all the time while Waze is running, I don't need a notification pop-up about 30%...
Is this a "feature" of Android? Because on iOS we only have the OS-based notification and that has nothing to with Waze.
dirgela wrote:Sorry, but it is clear from the FAQ that these annoying popups can't be turned off, there is only a workaround provided, which turns off all traffic data. Since that is unbelievable annoyance, people will ask this question again and again. Sadly there are pretty many annoyances like that with waze, so if you have no patience to answer the same questions you can always ignore them
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