BeKure wrote:Why would the device slider inot[/i] stay at max level unless the software was buggy?
BeKure wrote:Unfortunately the option to adjust the slider is not available in Waze when my iPhone is plugged into or connected via bluetooth to my car stereo.
BeKure wrote:It still didn't make a difference. Thank you for your input though.
I will stick with what works. Thanks again.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Wave your hand or 3-finger tap to bring up the voice commands prompt interface. Use the iPhone hardware buttons to increase the sound right then.
BeKure wrote:This the interface you referring to?
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Make sure the device volume slider stays at max when a sound is playing. when no sound is playing, the device slider is useless.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:BeKure wrote:Why would the device slider inot[/i] stay at max level unless the software was buggy?
Because it depends on the sound output method. Unlike other audio-playing apps which seem to have a sound output open all the time, Waze doesn't. I believe in iOS, there is an output level defined by the OS for each output method: speaker, headphone, BT, dock. So the slider doesn't really know which one is going to be in use when a sound is playing. Because you could change to headphones later and then the level is different, and then you connect to BT and it's different again. The device volume slider in Waze is really rather useless, but it does cause problems because other apps can adjust the output volume too.
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