Trakr wrote:I am getting alot of 'Uh-Oh' windows though when starting the app that close and then it seems like everything is working fine. I always use 'Switch Off' in Waze when not using it.
tomeddie78 wrote:I am using 3.5.1 with an iPhone 4 on 6.0.1:
(I've been using the application for 3 yrs and this is my first major issue)...
When I launch the application it finds my current location. I select navigate and we're off to the races. Sometime within the first mile or so it loses the GPS signal and my current location stops updating, then the little status bar across the top of the application comes up and says "No GPS...." (something about not being able to find the signal. Eventually it finds the signal again after I've traveled 5 or 6 miles, updates the map, and then looses the signal again. This repeats over and over.
stickytree wrote:stickytree wrote:Any chance that the auto day/night mode bug will be fixed. It seems to think its still night until mid morning. It seems to work ok at the end of the day.
bz2012 wrote:Also sent a PM to perlin. Still in the outbox.
ohiostmusicman wrote:Is there any reason they removed the voice type option and only kept the Full/Minimal option?
OldGnome wrote:ohiostmusicman wrote:Ah, ok I figured it all out.
Is it just me or does it seem odd that there aren't the same settings for all the None/Minimal/Full Guidance options? I think that the voice type should be an independent option from the guidance options. Just my two cents...
It sounds to me as though the recordings are more phrases than words or phonemes. If that is true, there would be separate recordings for Minimal vs. Full.
ohiostmusicman wrote:I realized that after playing with all the english voices on the minimal side. Wish that was a little more clear...
jasonh300 wrote:You can turn off the proximity sensor in the voice recognition options.
jkuruppu wrote:i'm not sure if it was an upgrade with 3.5.1 specifically, or before that, but in the last month or two i notice that the warnings of upcoming accidents, police, speed traps, etc are way too far away
Users browsing this forum: Google Feedfetcher, tpierpoint