Pandora / Google maps conflict ?


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  1. nake4

    nake4 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hey guys. So I was listening to Pandora and decided to open up Google maps (In the car). And I noticed that in Gmaps it wouldnt give me an accurate reading and by accurate meaning when it says "accurate to 3 meters". It would say "accurate to 1000 meters" or to 1200 w/e. So i closed Pandora and opened Gmaps and right away it gave me an accurate reading of 3 meters.

    So I believe you cant run Gmaps accurately if you're listening to music on Pandora? Or is it just my phone? Try this and let me know what u get.
     

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  2. Cobravision

    Cobravision Well-Known Member

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    Were you listening via headphone, some sort of car stereo adapter, or through the Evo speaker?

    The Evo speaker at loud levels causes GPS to go haywire.
     
  3. Lorak

    Lorak Well-Known Member

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    I would guess the speaker first, possibly location if you were moving and the GPS couldn't get a quick lock.

    I run Google nav and listen to Pandora/slacker all the time with no issues. But sound is through an aux jack, not speaker.
     
  4. nake4

    nake4 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Amazing! You guys are geniuses. Its totally the speaker. I would've never known, thanks!
     

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