Discussion in 'AntiLaser' started by BestRadarDetectors, Nov 13, 2017.
Should we update HIFI if we were not experiencing temperature problems?
Thanks for your answer BRD. My above settings would therefor give me no jamming from 60 kph to 99 kph. These two speed limits should therefor be set to the same speed then if AutoJTK is used?
Sorry if this is the wrong spot but we are talking about firmware updates.
Isn't it possible to just Jam to the posted speed limit with a GPS unit with all due respect four seconds, to seconds, hundred kilometers an hour, 62 miles an hour whatever is prayer or a wild ass guess... Can't you monitor GPS and stop jam at PSL or +5 or whatever? I know the new jeeps tell you if you're over your posted speed limit, so the software is there. But the Android works great..set at 4 seconds or a tap for now.
Correction after speaking with engineering. If you have your LID set to jam above 60 and you have Auto LID set to 100, and you are traveling under 100 but above 60 there will be a 2 Second Automatic Kill and it would not be instant. When AntiLaser sends out the firmware update email they will include examples in that email.
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Yes, You should make sure you are current on everything.
Timeframe for iOS update?
Just have a profile set for the lower speed and change profiles when you need to
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For what? It's been current for months.
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I'm surprised so many people are excited about the new autokill features. Whatever happened to people just hitting a button after they slowed down to a certain speed?!
I admit, I had a 5 second kill before, and then after hearing enough stories of people having to kill > 5 seconds for various scenarios and after having to change it to unlimited due to testing, I haven't bothered changing it back.
*alarm*....s***, slow down, kill, life moves on.
I just saw an Android update, and was wondering if ios would get one too.
So to keep with the >60 <100 theme, doing 95 in a 70, you only have 2 seconds to react and scrub 25? Sounds like a ticket notifier option to me.
I want to mention this every time I adjust my radar, but I forget.
Is it possible to add copy front to rear antenna, it will save so much time... I'm sure that 90% of people use same setup for front and rear... and if not I'm sure that copy would help as rear would just need minor adjusting... Lets say in my case everything is same, I just add more filters on rear antenna...
Yes, You should make sure you are current
They are just options to give people plenty of choices... If you dont feel an options works to your needs dont use that one. We are not forcing anyone to choose a particular method.
Is there a link for reverse HIFI?
Voicepack has not changed and old reverse voice pack is still current.
I like my JTK simple--push the button when ready!!
Android app did not add anything only fixed a minor bug in the Android app with radar Auto-Muting.
Was looking through the config page, but didn't see anything. I presume there's not way to configure "in town" speed vs. highway speeds limits so that it knows when we slow down to the pre-defined limit, Auto JTK is shut off? But then again, the control center would need to have access to maps to know what is intown vs. highway. This may limit it's use to just highway assuming you configure the Auto JTK at 65 mph.
My ALP HiFi with voice was not working with this update. I just called ALP and told me this update is an early release and needs some tweaking to work correctly. Until then, I was told to not install the HiFi with voice and just the config file for now until the full release update will be sent out by email to registered users. It Freaked me out that it was doing that. I'll be patient for the complete update.
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By the way, I'm gonna opt out on not using the AutoLID. I love it the way I was running it and I feel better by Killing my Jammers by the push of the button. Though it's nice to have that option to switch if I want to use it.
I do love ALP updates. I don't even need to scrounge for that elusive mini-USB cable from the junk drawer.
ALP Connect users who have not saved their last system configuration from within the app:
- go to Settings page,
- press Modify under Configure ALP Online,
- check your settings (in every active profile), especially selected working mode and LID time,
- save your configuration
- and then return to settings page in your ALPConnect app and press Download under Configure ALP Online.
I would like to be able to configure ALP Online. When I press Modify under Configure ALP Online I get the default config settings and not my actual settings. Is there a way to import my actual config settings for each profile?
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