foxitrot wrote:Due to the proximity, although no idea why and how (cell network roaming because of sudden short carrier outage? It has been happening there in the past), your client could have been "logically snapped" to Austria. While "there", the GP button is always hidden - they are still not among the Gas Prices' countries.
phullbrick wrote:Hi when I ride on my bike I used to launch waze then turn off my phone and put it in my jacket pocket. It worked very well and I got the audio messages. The main advantage was to have the screen turned off and save battery life. Since a recent time, if I do this, waze just turn off.
Is there a way to keep Waze running when the phone screen is turned off ?
z37a wrote:I have a HTC One X, and the same problem, when I start the application it closes, I find no record, try uninstalling some applications and enhancements, but did not work.
usa_sldgjple wrote:The loss of the foursquare check-in is pivotal to me. Without it, Waze has lost much of it's functionality for me.
Lonewolf147 wrote:I noticed this problem a couple versions ago, but it never bothered me enough to report it. When I'm navigating somewhere, whenever I reach a point within about a quarter of mile from my destination I get a popup saying that I've lost the GPS signal. Then about a few seconds later it disappears and all is normal with no actual interruption of navigation.
I saw a few other posts on the subject, but they were all posted last year and nothing else current.
GPS.Show coordinates: yes