I finally got my screw on perm mounts from Amazon and I'm not taking the tape off, I'm running them by sticking the good scotch velcro to the mount itself so I can remove the mount and run it in 2 different cars I drive to work. The other perm. mount will get mounted with the tape in the Boss 302 when I get another mount from VR. I still haven't had even one flicker or disconnect from my JBV1 with my V1G2.
Updated- happened today. This is not something that just started happening; mine has been doing this from the beginning.
Glitch/ flicker/ reset (whatever it is) happened today again Since keeping track
Yes my V1G2 went off when I was om top of. An officer. Blasting KA37.1
at first I was disappointed I didn’t have long detection
but then it went in to a full blast and stopped for a few seconds to regain its breathe and the started to alert again
it like jammed up
is this what you are referrignto?
I experienced the display flicker/BT reset issue yesterday for the first time. SN 2000, FW 4.1018, running JBV1, Logic mode, USA Defaults, no CFs.
I run the detector in Auto Dark with JBV1, and the V1 display being on showing 'little L' caught my eye. I looked at JBV1, and the bogey counter was blue (V1 disconnected). I got the V1 disconnected chirp after a few seconds, then the BT light on the detector turned on and the JBV1 bogey counter turned yellow (connecting), then red (connected) after a few more seconds and the V1 display turned off. Everything worked properly for the remainder of the drive.
I'm still not sure I understand why this is happening, but I was pleased to see it "failed bright/noisy", with the V1 display defaulting to on. Hopefully they'll be able to solve this issue or at least minimize the occurrence with a future firmware update, but JBV1 handled the situation well!
@Deadhead1971, you might start looking for environmental factors that are common with these occurrences. I'd be looking at the vehicles 40 degrees to your left and right or other sources that aren't causing alerts, but still emitting some form of radar.