ImpairedDriver wrote:Also, when you say a "good enough network" what exactly do you mean. I have noticed since day one of using Waze that when I fall back to Edge on AT&T in the US that I do not have network connectivity with Waze. It's interesting because even in new areas that I never driven before, Waze will say that it doesn't have network connectivity yet new map tiles are being downloaded as I see the roads and such around me while driving in these areas. I also see huge gaps in the "Drives" when viewing on the website, and these correspond to areas that I had Edge connectivity (or no connectivity at all in some areas which makes perfect sense).
I've noticed the same thing. There are sections on some of my longer routes where I fall back to the AT&T Edge network. In those areas, I've noticed that I have no network connectivity show up if I'm in that area long enough. It has gotten better in 3.6 and 3.7, as I used to see large blank spots in the map and I would get a lot of "proceed to highlighted route" messages in those areas.