@chambers and @junior I do. agree with both of you. But what I meant grateful is for our people who made this not Sygic. I. am. mad at sygic, I am at the point to give up on Sygic. It was just big misunderstanding and I am. grateful for our people who made this not Sygic. I hope they will fix at least something. If they are reading this they should be reading google store too. People are not satisfied and things are getting worst and too fast. If this keeps going on I will give up. on them.
Last edited by Texas; 5th December 2015 at 21:10.
I have completely uninstalled sygic from my smartphones. I will re-consider using it only if latest maps are compatible with 14.3.4 version or if somebody here in the forum posts that the 15.xxxx.xxxxxxxx version is a working clone of 14.3.4
There are so many nice navigation software out there, it is not worth dealing with a failed app anymore
it's working perfectly on my kitkat galaxy S4 but on my Core Prime with Lollipop v5.1.1 it's stuck at the loading screen (the white background with the sygic logo) and then crashes...
I looked everywhere and it seems to be a comon error with lollipop in general...
what a great update...
Same problem !!
It works very well on a Tab 2 7" and Note 1.
It has never worked on my phone 5.1.1 Core Prime.
The Sygic holder sent me a link to download the 14.3.4 release.
They know the problem, but no solution in sight ...
Last edited by matapan; 6th December 2015 at 01:04.
@Griters from Spain
I drove to your wonderfull country last fall. Anyway:
Try latest Tomtom GO 1.8 from this site, very stable and has Traffic control to avoiding traffc jam or accidents. Map downloading from inside de app itself. Now U can do better things than be a no paid beta tester. We only live once
Link [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
Last edited by Mauritsz; 6th December 2015 at 13:21.
The worst release of ever! From 15.6.0 till 15.6.1, .Autovelox are replicated, in many different places, three and four times in a 700/800 meters of road!! Look the image.
does the live traffic function works? The function is unlocked, but when i drive and there is a traffic jam he doesnt notice this.
It's anomised data from GSM network providers, not registered Tomtom users. Every GSM BTS is connected to a bunch of cellphones of different providers. In a traffic jam the provider can see the distance from BTS to phone. If the phone is on a freeway and it has a steady distance without any movement, it means the car has stopped. Now the provider knows there's a traffic jam. They sell (and sent) that info realtime to Tomtom. Tomtom sent the signal to the phone by RDS/TMC by local broadcast FM transmitters free of charge. Or as datapackets to a GSM network, the receiver is a smartphone with Tomtom Navigator application or a standalone Tomtom navigation device. Cheaper devices made a bluetooth dataconnection to a separate cellphone. Expensive TT models has an build-in simcard and a lifetime free of charge databundle.
Last edited by Mauritsz; 7th December 2015 at 19:43.