AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Maybe, but I would think that because iOS is in control here, that "Speaker" is equivalent to headphones.
alyandon wrote:Please restore the ability to properly quit the application. The current version of the iPhone app is simply too unreliable to not have a proper quit function. [...]
Even if you address these UI problems with the upcoming update there is no way you can guarantee you haven't missed a corner case that will end up causing similar problems. Please add a way to completely exit the Waze application back in iOS.
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.
sketch wrote:Sounds like you may have Prefer Bluetooth turned on?
sketch wrote:So your phone is plugged in to the head unit using USB, I take it?
It seems, based on both of your testimony, that something in iOS 7 broke the proper implementation of "Prefer Bluetooth". TacoTRD, did you experience these problems on iOS 6?
sketch wrote:Seems as if it isn't saying "north" unless it follows a number or a street type abbreviation, maybe. I haven't experienced this problem myself, but everything I drive regularly with a directional suffix is E or W.
Is this only with "N"?