I've never been so annoyed with an automated voice in my life!!! Went on a 4 hour road trip this weekend and I swear
The no service/ no gps coverage voice came on 1000 times ... Even on vibrate it still come on!!! Is there any possbile way to turn this off???
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The automated 'ladies' voice comes on anytime you regain phone coverage. For example during GPS, she'll say "there's no coverage in this area!" or if you're inside a building the cell bars may go up or down and if you lose coverage and it comes back on the network, you get thevoice "YOU NOW HAVE CELL COVERAGE!" you wouldn't believe how annoying it gets. Happens all the time at work where I sit. Help
Yes exiting the app is always recommended, considering GPS will crush your phone's battery life. The instructions i put up above *might* work for when the Application is supposed to be running. I will test it out on my daily commute and let you know.
LOL! I such a noob(look at the post count). I totally forgot to exit out of Navigator....man I wondered why it was random on somedays it would be fine and others it would blast out that announcment, never made the connection to the navigator app. I use the navigator app on the way to work mainly to give me a live estimated time of arrival to work(lol long drive and I'm always late) plus I'm just using it for the 30day trial then I'm suppose to have the AT&T rep cancel it for me....he said try it out for free but there are other free options for maps. Speaking of maps I just learned how to activate my Blackberry maps app fromthe Desk Manager and I wonder if this works like Navigator(GPS cordinates). Thanks for the help today, I really appreciate it plus now my battery will last longer so I can sit at my cube and play Texas holdem
Thanks for the free NAV apps bt! Another note since I have some feedback here....I use to rock WinMo(CingyHTC8125) and the Bold is my first Berry. One thing the ATT guy said was that I didn't have to 'close' running programs on a Blackberry....is this not total true? Again forgive me for I am still a Blackberry noob.
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