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Kennt das schon jemand?

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UWTB zu Besuch bei Carpe Iter (Tablet Navigation) inkl. deutschen Untertiteln…Die Fahrwegenen da wird das System vorgestellt und erklärt. Für eine ausführliche Diskussion solltest Du aber besser ein neues Thema aufmachen. :slightly_smiling_face:

UWTB visiting Carpe Iter (Tablet Navigation) incl. German subtitles…Die Fahrwegenen where the system is presented and explained. But for a detailed discussion you better open a new topic. :slightly_smiling_face:

Mein Beitrag war nur als Hinweis auf eine evtl. Alternative zu WunderLINQ gedacht.
Mir reicht die Aussage >> funktioniert oder funktioniert nicht!? << mit der kurviger App.

Ok :slightly_smiling_face: leider mit 175,75 € etwas teuer zum testen. :thinking: aber vielleicht hat ja Jemand schon den CI Control zu Hause.

Ok :slightly_smiling_face: unfortunately with 175,75 € a bit expensive to test. :thinking: but maybe somebody already has the CI Control at home.

Also ich bediene mein Smartphone lieber direkt - wenn das überhaupt notwendig ist:

  • der Auto-Zoom reicht mir vollkommen und
  • zurück zur Route oder
  • Überspringen des nächsten Wegpunkts

jeweils mit zwei Klicks, was will ich mehr?
Alles andere wird eh im Stand erledigt werden müssen (auch bei WunderLINQ und CI Control!).

Außerdem will ich wirklich noch 'n paar Knöpfe mehr auf meinem Lenker? Zumal die linke Seite eh schon kompliziert genug ist:

I prefer to operate my smartphone directly - if that is necessary at all:

  • the auto-zoom is perfectly adequate for me and
  • back to the route or
  • skip the next waypoint

each with two clicks, what more do I need?
Everything else will have to be done while standing anyway (even with WunderLINQ and CI Control!).

And do I really want a few more buttons on my handlebars? Especially if the left side is complicated enough anyway:

Carpe-Iter-KTM-enduro-690r-9 . . . Honda-CRF-1100L-Africa-Twin-DCT

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I just received my CI Control and did some tests. The control does work but not the way it is supposed to work. Using the joystick the app does not pan. The joystick makes the Kurviger map zoom in or out. The 2 buttons are supposed to be used for that but they only close the app.

The build quality of the control looks good so I hope that I am doing something wrong or that it can be fixed by Kurviger or Carpe Iter.

The app currently supports zoom in / out via the “Settings | Application | External input device”.
(using Android key events)

Anything more needs an implementation based on the third-party device public requirements.
Are they somewhere public so app developers can see their key events?

Thanx devemux86.

Meanwhile after some ‘tampering’ i got it to work. In the normal mode the CI control device determines the active application and applies the correct settings to itself automatically. If I put the device in the socalled ‘fixed mode’ and the setting on ‘kurviger’ everything works like a charm. Zooming and panning!

So it seems that the interfacing with kurviger is not the problem. The problem seems to be that the control driver does not recognize kurviger as the active application.

I will forward a support request to the Carpe Iter guys.


Gibt es zu Carpe Iter + Kurviger was neues.
Wäre Super wenn die hier mitgeteilt würden.

Danke und LG

Sorry, it is impossible to invest time to search and study all third party controls.
Don’t they follow common requirements for Android keys?

They should have public documentation with their keys and app requirements,
to make life easier for app developers. Then I can see if and what is possible.

(if you know such public documentation, please post it here)

Anyway, next app version will have improved support for external input devices.

We will see if this controller works better with the new app version…

Kurviger 1.14.16 is available, you can check if the controller works better.

(you can test with the “Settings | Application | External input device”)