Have a Garmin 3590LMT with a Samsung G4 and I am no longer receiving any traffic information on the GPS. With Bluetooth disabled I see the message "searching for signal" and checking the traffic provider in Settings it is Here (which I believe is correct). With Bluetooth enabled, I still do not receive any traffic info.
Just released, new mapping.
OK, it's time for me to spend money again. I am trying to talk my husband into a Samsung Galaxy Note 4. I have been reviewing it on line and now I need advice from the experts. You did good in telling me about the Nexus 7 so now it is the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
The reason I want this is to carry less with me. I always carry my smartphone, my Nexus 7 Tablet and sometimes my wifi camera.
Recently we took a trip where the Google Maps Android application showed the location of where we wanted to go. Our mobile GPS unit, a Nuvi 650, did not have that location in its database. So i had to think of a way to get the GPS Coordinates from the Nexus 6 and transfer it to the Nuvi 650.
When Apple’s third quarter earnings report came out on Monday, the tech giant celebrated strong growth largely fueled by its release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Despite the increased revenue, the new iPhone’s success may have come at the expense of one of Apple’s most established products: the iPad
When I was researching whether to get the iPhone 6 or 6+, I found a lot of websites about the specifications, comparisons to various other phones, etc., but very few articles about how they were in everyday life. So, I thought I'd offer my perspective and answer questions potential buyers might have.
If concerned about your search privacy? You may want to look at this.Ran across while looking for other apps.Anyone ever tried it?
Is there any one using Garmin's5 Smartphone Link for weather and or traffic? Are they worth the price? Any connectivity issues?
Hi - New here. This seems like the place to getthis question answered. I was wondering why dedicated gps devices can function without a cellular or wifi connection but smartphones using GPS can incur dataplan costs.
I'm sure this has been asked, however I did not find a thread so I will ask.
Is it possible to download the Speed and Red Light file and use them with Google Maps on my Nexus 4 ( Same phone as the LG E960 )
I have posted here before about Gmap4 which is an enhanced Google map viewer that I developed. Up until this summer I believed that Gmap4 would not work if your mobile browser was offline.
I was wrong.
Anyone know about this app for a smart phone, how good / bad, comebts...
Google is in the business of mining data...
As most everyone knows from reading the news about the Snowden/NSA leaks, the NSA is spying on everyone, all the time, and storing the data forever in huge data warehouses.
Any body had comments on these. I have had 2, first locked up looking for a pass word. After a trip to Colorado, India and Phillapines and back to India I was told the unit was faulty derrr. Relacement unit failed to turn on. I was sent a replacemnt, in the meantime I had purchaced a Samsung tab3, it worked perfectly out the box, one small problem which was solved via "live chat".
Apple is serious about making their Maps app a good one...
There as a new update after v1.18 was released and this update has:
- This update adds free Offline Speed Cameras to your map
- iPhone 3GS and iPod touch 4th gen. users (and other users of iOS5.x): this is the last version of the TomTom app that will support your device.
has anyone tried the offline speed camera to see if it works?
Does anyone know how to get the POI alerts on CoPilot GPS nav app for Android to speak the category of the POI set for audio alert? Right now it just says "Point of Interest" instead of for example, "Rest Area".
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I don't have a wristwatch synched with my smartphone, but I know they exist. Is anybody here running a GPS app on their smartphone and seeing a map on their watch display? Part of me is interested in getting a wristwatch connected to my smartphone so that I can read text messages, etc., but then I started thinking about the GPS function.
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