MikeMcCollister wrote:Because when I put my iPhone in the USB port it for some reason favors Bluetooth. I have to start some music and select Ford Sync on the iPhone and then pause the music
CylonGlitch wrote:Sadly the app has become almost completely useless now, you can't touch the map, you often can't see the maps, etc. Bugs, bugs, bugs, these are show stoppers people, they should never have made it out the door.
blacktabi wrote:I've checked that the verbal directions are set to "Sounds on", and under Settings -> Sounds I have "Prefer Bluetooth" turned on, Prompts Volume set to max, Navigation Guidance set to Full. I've tried turning Waze on both before and after starting up the car.
warriordad wrote:I have uncovered an issue where it looks like waze is trying to report something but then doesn't remove the tinted overlay on the map and you can't interact with the map any more. The only way to get out of this is to quit the app and run it again. It's happening now once a day for me.
CylonGlitch wrote:... Horrible, Horrible testing.
CylonGlitch wrote:I'm sorry, but I have done hardware and software validation for 20 years. THIS should never have happened. I'm sure that many didn't see it, but someone saw something like this, no question about it. Either that, or new testers are really needed.
CylonGlitch wrote:Now a real question, if I wipe Waze off the device and reinstall it from scratch, will I lose anything? I've been using it for a year and a half now, I don't want to start over.
lkc3 wrote:Navigation is not working.
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