ingridroy wrote:Navigation is broken.
JohnDoe75 wrote:We are a lot of french Wazers (using same cellular provider, Free Mobile) having problems with No Network. It happens at any time of day or week-ends.
One solution is to restart the app or briefly go in Plane Mode but it eventually go back to no network.
We can't figure out who to blame (because every other service like surf, mail, other apps work), but it's getting very annoying for ETA, alerts, credits ...
Any other providers or countries touched ?
Since there's no more beta thread, next version will provide a fix ?
sketch wrote:As I recall, when I used to use a 3.5mm aux connection in my car, "Play sound to phone speaker" paused the music from the headphones and still played the sound to the phone speaker.
alyandon wrote:I'll point out that your admonishment comes off a bit on the rude side and despite your assumption I did take some time to read through the forums.
alyandon wrote:If you truly are so passionate about making sure that people don't bring up issues that are discussed elsewhere you should probably lobby to have this information added to the FAQ.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:alyandon wrote:Please restore the ability to properly quit the application.
Good grief, no. Can you please read before posting? There's a whole damn thread about this explaining the situation: https://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=56147
alyandon wrote:Please restore the ability to properly quit the application.
sketch wrote:Double-tap the home button and swipe up to "fling" the app into space. That's how you close all apps in iOS 7. If you're still on iOS 6, double-tap the home button and tap the "x" on the Waze icon.
It's been said about a hundred times in this thread so far. Waze is not allowed by Apple's guidelines to include a "Quit" function. Period. Non-negotiable.
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