Gluek wrote:berestovskyy wrote:mousepl wrote:2. Police hazard, traffic hazard? It's not working! Hazards are displayed for 5-10 minutes and then disappearing...
True. The "Alerts time" article says that user's alert should be on a map at least 1 hour, but in fact it disappears after 15 minutes max. This is way too quick (at least for the Poland) IMO.
If it's not a bug or other countries need shorter timeouts then I suggest we set this timeout for 1,5 hours and then divide it by the "Road Rank" (i.e. short timeouts for busy roads).
Same problem for Russia, here in Moscow we need at least 1 hour timeout by default ("thanks" adds +15 minutes, right?), accedints or traffic alerts never ends in 15 minutes.
vnfc wrote:Waze has suddenly gone quiet on me... no sound of any kind (navigation, alerts). This happened recently, even before v3.7.3 came out, but updating did not resolve it.
I am using a Samsung Galaxy SIII running Android 4.1.2. I normally use the sound from the phone itself; I don’t route the sound to any Bluetooth or other external speaker.
I've checked the menu (the speaker icon is set to "Sound On") and also the Settings, Sound menu (prompt volume is set to max, play sound to phone speaker is unchecked by default).
I have followed the instruction on the support site to uninstall, delete the waze folder and reinstall... several times. I have tried to revert to an older version of Waze (v 3.7.0).
All to no avail…
Anyone experience the same thing and know of the fix?