LAUNCH: Major Navigation revamp



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  • @Matt-Flaming I can't get it, why? Routenplaner.jpg !!Screenshot_20210611_182313_com.android.chrome.jpg Screenshot_20210611_182354_com.myrouteapp.navigation.jpg



  • @Kudee I don't know. Do you have the latest version? 1.6.6?

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  • @Kudee OH! I see!

    You're in the ROUTE EDITOR inside Navigation...



  • @Matt-Flaming No. 1. Picture is Printscreen from the Web Planing Tool. 2. Picture is from my mobile App My Route App. In here it is as i should be! 3. Picture is from my Mobile as it looks on Navigation App. Any Idea friends?



  • @Kudee said in LAUNCH: Major Navigation revamp:

    1. Picture is from my Mobile as it looks on Navigation App. Any Idea friends?

    the third picture shows you are in the ROUTE EDITOR in the Navigation app...What does it look like in the route overview (like my screenshot above)?



  • @Matt-Flaming @Kudee Now I notice that this via point stuff is a bit buggy...

    Previously in this thread I showed that the app is able to show via points... Yet, I open a different route with via points in it, and long and behold, no via points in MRA Nav overview. What the...

    Routeplanner:
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    Navigation:
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    I thought it was bugfree... Untill now.😭

    There seems to be a relation to the route being opened in the in built route editor though! That seems so fuckup the route in MRA nav, even though the route in routeplanner is not modified (visually)...



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  • @StefanHummelink Thanks Stefan. I open up several planed Routes and on some Routes not even the Start and End Point are flagged as Via Points. I don't know. I'm confused a bit



  • @Kudee Exactly! Something's not working as it should...



  • @StefanHummelink I hope the development team can solve this quickly as the navigation app will get new features when the season is over and Santa Claus is ringing at your door. For my type of skiing I don't need Mra 🙂


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    @Matt-Flaming Thanks for replying,

    I've shot you another private message to clear some things up and get us working towards a solution! As I said there, I'll repeat it here, I don't mind civil discussion as I believe this in the end helps everyone get to a place where they're happy with the services they've subscribed to.

    Regarding the new features:

    • Carplay, roundtour generation and nearby routes are being worked on right now.
    • Smaller quality-of-life features are determined on a two weekly basis and implemented on the go
    • In that same period reported issues are resolved, prioritized by impact on app usage and our crash-free performance indicator
    • In Fall-Winter we will start the democratic process of setting up a new roadmap. This means a mail campaign, scouring the forum for features and creating unique descriptions for each feature that are understandable to the user, setting up surveys, sending these out and creating a new roadmap based on these results.


  • @Timo-Martosatiman-MRA I would like to give some feedback here. Took a small tour today. The via points worked. @ Matt-Flaming, also in the navigation - route editor the via points are displayed! I suspect that via points are not always saved in the WEB planning tool. I was able to readjust yesterday. What I do not quite understand what the difference is whether I start the route in the navigation app "Navigate and track" or in "Route planning" Guess it is the same?
    After driving over 2000km with MRA and mostly offline, I have to say that I love the app. For me the killer feature "route is left, Recalculation yes or no?" is the most I'm missing. I not going to buy any Garmin anymore. In terms of price, however, a waterproof cell phone is almost as expensive as a Garmin. BTW: Is someone using the Samsung Galaxy Xcover Pro? Screenshot_20210612_152421_com.myrouteapp.navigation[1].jpg
    Lg Kudee



  • @Kudee said in LAUNCH: Major Navigation revamp:

    What I do not quite understand what the difference is whether I start the route in the navigation app "Navigate and track" or in "Route planning" Guess it is the same?

    It's the same app, and when you launch it from the route planning, you are just launching the navigate and track function. If you don't need to actually edit your route, you're just wasting steps.

    @Kudee said in LAUNCH: Major Navigation revamp:

    In terms of price, however, a waterproof cell phone is almost as expensive as a Garmin.

    You don't have to buy a brand new current model waterproof cell phone. Over on ADVRider.com is a MASSIVE thread dedicated to the Kyocera Duraforce Pro (I've purchased them for as cheap as $55 USD on eBay). 5 inch screen, very bright, wireless charging, dedicated programmable button (I used mine to launch my navigation apps), SDCard slot, etc. I have since moved up because I wanted a bigger screen so I bought an Oukitel WP8 Pro (it was around $150 USD) with it's 6.49 inch screen and all those same features except wireless charging. I use a magnetic charging cable with a 90 degree (right angle?) connector.



  • @Matt-Flaming Thank you for the valuable tips and links. I guess that! I just want to take one cell phone with me on my trip. All these China cell phones are thick and heavy, have no waterproof connections and the camera is bad. I think the Samsung Xplorer Pro will be my phone.



  • @Kudee said in LAUNCH: Major Navigation revamp:

    @Matt-Flaming Thank you for the valuable tips and links. I guess that! I just want to take one cell phone with me on my trip. All these China cell phones are thick and heavy, have no waterproof connections and the camera is bad. I think the Samsung Xplorer Pro will be my phone.

    Oh I don't use the phone as a phone. It's just navigation. I won't risk damaging the camera on my main phone



  • @Matt-Flaming I utilize an SP connect system with anti-vibration damper module in combination with 360 degree magnetic cable to prevent all mechanical stress on the USB connection. By doing so I have all confidence in using my regular phone as navigation as well.

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  • @StefanHummelink said in LAUNCH: Major Navigation revamp:

    @Matt-Flaming I utilize an SP connect system with anti-vibration damper module in combination with 360 degree magnetic cable to prevent all mechanical stress on the USB connection. By doing so I have all confidence in using my regular phone as navigation as well.

    Screenshot_20210612-203136.jpg

    Ha. I think this goes back to the street vs adv/off-road thing again. Single cylinder bikes can kill a phone's OIS really quickly from the frequency of the vibration. Some parallel twins can do it too. But the killer is the rough terrain I ride. My phone stays off the bars all the time now, even if I'm commuting on highways and city streets.



  • @StefanHummelink So one mobile for daily use, photos, Whatsup , etc. and another mobile for navigation? Most travel sim providers do not allow thethering. If the travel Destination is special I take my Lumix with me, but a China cell phone with an crappy camera doesn't make me happy.



  • @Matt-Flaming Ya ofcourse these kind of engines produce significant amount of vibrations... after several cases of iPhone 10 OIS failures due to using the iphones on motorcycles, SP connect developed the antivibration module which has shown major decrease in vibrations into the phone. Yet I can understand that offroading is another thing and an secondary device seems logical... Also considering the chance for "loosing" the phone due to the ofroading. 😋


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