All GPS have little glitches. When your navigating it can use the road your on to sanity check things.
I would think Cooldown should cover a short glitch too. It should assume you speed is constant while it's lost.
But there are multiple forms of poor GPS. There is no update and updates that...
It won’t savvy mute or drop pins if GPS does not meet your criteria. The log is saying it’s not getting location updates. Is it when leaving that parking lot after starting up? Do you have savvy warmup on? This allows for poor GPS lock at startup. You can set notifications for poor GPS lock and...
This has not changed.
I informed Valentine the V1G2 has slightly weaker signal. The only was for signal to get in / out is around the ear phone jack. Dongle was all plastic.
But the V1G2 for many installs will be line of sight and closer to the phone.
V1Driver is very verbal about reconnects...
I think somewhere it meant to say a V8 with 950 HP (which is insane enough) but it keeps saying 8,950 HP. But there is another spot that says 5,129 HP (also impossible).
Whoever translated this from Motor Trend knew nothing about cars...
If you want to hear Ka “muted” your gonna hear everything else when “muted”.
I set mute to zero and never AutoMute Ka at all. You don’t need main volume very high with it integrated audio with the car.
V1Driver does keep a log but they not meant to be user friendly. It also needs to be turned on.
You can also “log” occurances of “ignored” hits on the map with pins. Not sure I log ignored events in the log file but I do log all muting.
I doubt V1Driver muted it. But raise wrist is a known bug...
V1Driver is an “Automuter”. What do you think it should do when it sees a Ka frequency?
Potentially Mute it or ignore it?
If you tell the App to not Savvy mute or Learn GPS locking on a Band then that band is essentially ignored. Meaning it’s an automatic unmute on V1.
The way V1Driver works is it tries to NOT use HFP if it thinks it's not needed (if you are streaming or on CarPlay it never uses HFP).
However, in your case it might help. But you are typically streaming.
There is a Debug Hook to turn that "feature" the "don't use HFP unless needed" off.
If the iPhone is the host it should have no influence on GPS Location. Closing lid could impact it some. But that location under the screen is hit or miss (works most of the time just not 100%). For the longest time I thought various wireless pads were the problem then I finally concluded it's...
Ahhh !!! That explains it.
The Spot you keep your phone in the Model 3 sucks !!!
I put a link to my solution for that in this thread but TMC took my thread down !!!
Any way here my...
It will update along with all your other apps.
You can force latest of all apps by going to the App Store App
Click on the blue icon that looks like a head in the upper right
Then swipe down pm the middle of the screen (like updating email)
That will query the store for the latest.