What's fixed Freezing problems Pioneer AppRadio fixes "Social and gaming" slider under FB settings Changing route popup: "Time saved" showed an ETA and not number of minutes that have been saved Categories' results disappear from map view when tapping the map Crashes
I don't seem to have the facebook friends issues that others have been having. I haven't had to reconnect or anything.
A couple scoreboard issues I just noticed before I hit the road later: 1.) Also noticed the small side scrolling on the Me screen under Scoreboard 2.) Under Facebook Friends & Everyone, the word "state" isn't capitalized while all other words are. 3.) When a name is too long in the scoreboard, it cuts it off AND doubles the row height as if it were wrapping text.
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I just got some alerts for reports even though I though I have reports set to "On Route Only".
This may be just me, but I'd prefer to have all sound options under the "Sound" category. It doesn't make sense to me to choose which style of navigation guidance under Sound but then have to go to General to change the voice type.
Just my 2 cents!
Travis Waze 4.0.9920.920 iPhone 6 (VZW) - iOS 9.2 iMac 21.5" & MacBookPro 15" - OS X El Capitan (10.11.2) Area Manager: Northern OH & Bakersfield, CA
Is the intention when preforming a drive to search for someone listed in the iOS contact book, that it be case or character sensitive? Friend of mine has umlauts in his last name, and doesn't appear in the search. Same issue if the name is not entered as case sensitive.
#2) The app doesn't display off-center any more. In fact, it looks great.
#3) The touch screen on the appradio works, mostly. There are a couple of places or gestures that don't appear to work any longer. Examples: a) When clicking on 'My Waze' the resulting screen displays as expected, but you can not scroll the screen down via the pioneer display. b) When clicking on 'Settings' We see the same behavior. The resulting screen displays as expected, however you cannot scroll down via the pioneer display.