Today unfortunately the bug that I had already and described in the past, went back.
I have settings --> navigation --> rerouting mode set to “next unvisited waypoint”. My action cam was connected to WIFI direct in order to access it with the Cam App. Internet connection was working. I have passed already 2 of my waypoints, but couldn’t drive to the 3rd
So I used the menu “skip next waypoint”
In my expectation the kurviger app would know that I have already passed wp1 and wp2 and this should skip the wp3 and route me to the wp4. But this doesn’t work at all. It deletes the wp1, 2 and 3 and starts calculation, but then suddently the wp3 is back as new wp1, get’s NOT deleted and kurviger calculates to whatever and whereever, but not the wp4. I have pressed the “skip next waypoint” button a dozen times and more, but it also happens that all my waypoints are back and the calculation is to “I don’t know which waypoint”, but not the one that I want, wp4.
Even when I am almost back at my starting position, all the waypoints are still there.
The button “skip next waypoint” doesn’t skip or delte any wp.
I have even stopped and manually deleted all wp’s in this menu
But the route is still there and the calculation is NOT to my destination (last wp = goal)
Also using this
for recalculation doesn#t work
Even all the wp’s come back… it is an absolute desaster… I really fear the I have to drive all my routes 2020 with another navigation app. I wanted to use Kurviger, but with this result I can’t. This is a pity.
No, since I am not on the bike any more and the weather is actually not that good in Germany. I try it as soon as possible. But what I can reproduce is if I try to use “skip next waypoint” without internet connection. Then there is a message “no internet connection”. This means I had internet connection yesterday on the road, because I never got the message “no internet connection”. Even if I had no connection temporarily, it is very unlikely that I have no connection for 110km.
I have sent you the track by email. I don’t want to provide it here due to data privacy.
What I also have seen is that the speed data in the tags are wrong. They show between 0 and 30 (what, miles or kilometer?). But it can’t be true in any case. My speed was mostly between 80 and 130 km/h.
I thought about this case a bit more and I really think that there was an issue with the internet connection. If I delete a waypoint in the waypoint list without internet connection, the waypoint is removed from the map, but the route stays the same. Like in the screenshot above.
It could be that something hung up. It’s a bit hard to know if we can’t reproduce it.
Sometimes it can actually help to try these things at home. Both skipping of waypoints and deleting waypoints from the waypoint list can be easily tested at home, there you can also control your phones internet with:
Flight mode - no data
If I remember correctly, the speeds are in m/s. If you multiply them by 3.6 you have km/h.
I also did this 5 km before my final destination, but still off the planned route since I took a different way as planned. NO recalculation was made, skipping waypoints didn’t work.
Ok it works then, but this helps me less, when it is not working on the road.
And again: when I try this at home with manually disconnected internet, I get the message “no internet connection”. But I didn’t have this message yesterday on the road.
I know the offline routing was already discussed and is planned (hopefully). If there was a simple offline recalculation FALLBACK for shortest route when there are such problems, is this an option? Maybe not possible because too complicated?
Theretically: Kurviger “knows” when the route cannot be calculated for whatever reason. It knows which waypoints has been passed already (doesn’t it?) Is it possible then to automatically use the shortest calculation to the next unvisited waypoint by offline calculation? And if the user skips next waypoint (in this case would be wp 3, since 1,2 already have been passed), then automatically route to wp4 in shortest routing mode?