It doesn't provide any mapping or navigation, only LEO alerts. I run Waze in the foreground, and have JBV1 display all alerts (radar/laser, CSA, PAWS) as overlays. Yeah, i really need the Nav for traffic and would prefer to not run 2 apps for the same thing. But i may at some point if it has...
This did used to work as I spoke to Johnboy00 about it at one time. If it's not working now, it's possible that it interferes with something else.
I rarely use both JBV1 and VVaze on my phone screen since using Android Auto for VVaze. (which is not the friendliest of experiences)
I wish Android Auto was as quick and trouble free as JBV1 is when starting the car!
I have similar problems Bloovy, make sure your phone is running the latest AA updates, and clear AA cache too. It helped on my car.
I've just updated to Pie and was anticipating all sorts of crap, but it's worked seamlessly so far.
I believe that I am updated fully on AA, etc. I check often. I will clear cache right now though! Thanks for reminding me!
The real issue is the amount of time it takes for AA to load up. After that, I have to push the navigation button and about 40% of the time VVaze gets stuck loading. (Which might entirely be the fault of VVaze as it runs on AA)
If I then "Force Stop" the VVaze app, it loads back up and does better the 2nd time. It's at least 30-45 seconds to get everything going most days.
When I wasn't using AA, I'd get in the car and place my phone on the magnet and start the car. JBV1 would load after the desired 3 second delay and then load VVaze right after. It was certainly simpler and quicker, but I like having VVaze on my car's screen and popping up navigation queue screens on my heads up display. I wish it was quicker to get going though!