dananthony11 wrote:I am also experiencing this problem. My specifics:
* Samsung Galaxy Note 3 - At&t
* Android Version 4.3 (Jelly Bean)
* Windshield mounted unobstructed view of sky
* Google maps works perfectly when I switch over after getting the Waze GPS no signal alert.
I try shutting down Waze and restarting it, turning off/on gps on my phone, but nothing. It comes and goes. I'm a fairly new user so I don't know how it worked in the past.
If you're not locked to a road, Waze can't recalculate - it can only tell you to get to a road, so it can recalculate. The problem is one of two things - Poor GPS Lock/GPS interference (i.e. the trees messing with the signal) or the roads in that area not mapped properly. Please post a Permalink so someone can look at the area in question.RenoHuskerDu wrote:Waze does sometimes screw up when it insists over and over that I go back to the indicated route instead of recalculating based on actual position, or it recalculates for so long that I lose patience and reboot. Those seem like Waze issues, not phone or android.
AndyPoms wrote:If you're not locked to a road, Waze can't recalculate - it can only tell you to get to a road, so it can recalculate. ...
Please zoom in and select the road(s) you were on before you create your permalink. That way we can look at specifics.RenoHuskerDu wrote:AndyPoms wrote:If you're not locked to a road, Waze can't recalculate - it can only tell you to get to a road, so it can recalculate. ...
I'll buy that. Here a permalink to an area where I've seen the problem thrice in two days.
https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=0&lat ... 57&env=row
hrundel.il wrote:I have the same problem on my note 1 4.1.2 with waze 18.104.22.168
Every time Waze looses my location I just turn the screen off and after a couple if seconds - here I am on the map again!!!!! Then I just listen to directions ....
I can't understand that bug ...... every other program runs well with no GPS problems at all
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