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Pandora / Google maps conflict ?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by nake4, Jul 24, 2010.

  1. nake4

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