- Nov 1, 2014
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1) Savvy isn't a hack. It's extremely robust.IMO I'd like to see gpsMute pins created even under Savvy. The savvy setting can and will be changed by the user depending on driving conditions, but gpsMute signals will always be present. In my view, savvy is a hack to quiet down the detector before stationary falses are learned via GPS. Would be nice to be able to lower or turn off savvy in your home area after stationary falses are locked out to get more situational awareness under the Savvy threshold. And like @jdong mentions, there's use cases where a route is typically traversed in traffic below savvy threshold, but then you end up with unlocked stationary falses on the rare occasion that traffic clears up.
2) No idea what you are talking about regarding less situational awareness.
3) No idea what your last point is about unlocked stationary false. "Savvy does not Unlock".