MikeMcCollister wrote:OK, I have found that Waze has been crashing quite a bit from at least version 3.7. With version 3.7.2 it is still crashing for me. I have been able to reproduce it so here are the steps:
1. Have car (in this case a Ford Fusion) with both Bluetooth and USB iPhone connector.
2. Plug phone into USB connector.
3. At this point Ford Sync expects audio to come from the USB connection but my iPhone 4S is expecting audio to be transferred via Bluetooth.
4. Start navigation.
5. Drive a few miles without any count coming out of the car’s sound system.
6. Configure Ford Sync to have the media input be Bluetooth instead of USB.
7. Within a few seconds Waze crashes.
8. Start Waze up again and it asks if I want to resume the navigation and I respond with a “yes”. At this point it gets a little confusing in that Waze seems to ask again about finding the navigation. When I click on “OK” (or whatever) at this point Waze crashes again.
9. Start Waze again and all seems to be working.
Let me know if you need more details on this.
bigalgeorge wrote:No, they use the upper and lower ends of the sensor to determine night/day. I havent seen any where there is a grey area of switching during a slightly cloudy or overcast day.
Recently I was working on some sensor devices to do a job. The difference between night and day is extreme, and easy to detect.
Switching does not take place instantaneously if done properly it should take several seconds.
Its apparent our points of view differ. Best wishes, Al.
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