@Will-Brooks Hi Will, you may definitely suggest those! However, please do so in seperate threads as that will allow discussion on those subjects to happen in a structured manner. If someone else raises a similar suggestion, I'll then forward them that specific thread. This is to avoid having a conversation about detail here in the comments on the suggestion list.
I posted the below comment to the topic suggested by @Reinhard-32 , but that forum does not seem to be very active, so I thought I copy it to here as well:
@Csaba-Trenger said in Transferring MRA routes from iPhone to BMW NavVI:
@Sergio-Resende Hi, I tried this with my Navigator V, and I get the following message: 'File Sharing Not Supported. Your navigator doesn't support file sharing functionality. Connect a compatible navigator to share the file'.
It seems, that BMW Navigator is not capable for such file transfer, it only works with other Garmin deices.
@Reinhard-32 What is exactly OTG adapter? Is it the one called Lightening to USB 3 camera adapter? I tried to connect m)y Navigator to the iPad by an other adapter, called Lightening to USB adapter, without success.
It said that 'This accessory requires too much power' Did you use the USB 3 adapter, having a USB-C inlet, where you can also power it from an external power source?
@Craig-4 I have absolutely no idea how it works and as far as I’m concerned, it’s black magic. Perhaps 7 was too close to where you rejoined your route for the algorithms to kick in??
I fully appreciate what you’re saying regarding leading a group out though, highly embarrassing. This new feature is in beta mode at the moment and I’m sure that the boffins in the MRA lab will be made aware of any issues that might crop up and be onto them.
I use MRA Nav alongside my TT because I like the ability to attach notes to coloured route points and read them out. Very handy for little snippets of information about the castle you’re visiting or to alert you of a tricky section of road.
I have every faith that if there are issues, they’ll be sorted soon.
All the best Nick
@Guzzist you have a point here. GDPR is a european legislation, applies to the whole EU, and stands model for the rest of the world.
I know also that it can be a pain to apply correctly and can hav negative consequences for "innocent" people and websites while it is targetting, amongst others, the big internet sharks that trade on private data
@Steve-Koinm I'm sure you won't regret upgrading. There are lots of great tools to use along with all of the different maps. It's the price of a tank and a half of gas! Cheap as chips as we say on this side of the pond
As for your first suggestion it's already in the works. We too want to have beautiful height-profiles in our routes! Stay tuned, it'll be one of the closer updates.
As for the second suggestion I'll add it to the list. However, it'll be off in the future as we're currently having a vote for the future features of MyRoute-app. This is based on initiatives by the MRA team but also by the MRA community.
Thanks for the info. As i saw, i have to set it explicitly every time a start the navigation of a route. It would be nice to have a global setting for that, or MyRouteApp switches automatically when a route is started.
Isn't it just a matter of knowing where the speed cameras are? We have those as POIs already.
Jokes aside, I think this is a good suggestion. I'll add it to the list. Speed limits are already shown in the Navigation app, so perhaps it'll be easy. But, to be entirely in front of conjecture, I'm not a developer so I really wouldn't know.