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naquada
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2003 8:04 am    Post subject: assumptions about livewire traffic.. Reply with quote

having loaded up livewire and looked at the traffic component i am assuming the following



1. livewire doesn't interface to gps (therefore doesn't know where you are)

2. livewire information is not used in Copilot (except the traffic popup alert)



is this correct?
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2003 8:04 am    Post subject: assumptions about livewire traffic.. Reply with quote

naquada,



I don't know the answer to this but you've posted it in the wrong forum. I suggest you try again under the "CoPilot Live - Pocket PC 4" forum.



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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2003 8:04 am    Post subject: assumptions about livewire traffic.. Reply with quote

Quote: Originally posted by ColinS on 17†August†2003

naquada,



I don't know the answer to this but you've posted it in the wrong forum. I suggest you try again under the "CoPilot Live - Pocket PC 4" forum.



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the above question is talking about that in conjuction with copilot....
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2003 8:04 am    Post subject: assumptions about livewire traffic.. Reply with quote

Sorry, Me being thick I still don't know the answer though.



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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2003 8:04 am    Post subject: assumptions about livewire traffic.. Reply with quote

It sounds as if you have the same version of co Pilot as me, which is the Teamwarrior version (3.5). I have used the traffic alert from AA Roadwatch and it works well, it does take into account the route you are travelling and will divert your route accordingly. I used it during the first month when subscription was free and vodafone weren't charging for GPRS downloads. Subscription charges from AA Roadwatch are £8.50 per month as far as I can recall and the cost of data downloaded via GPRS would be extra (check phone network service provider tarrifs). According to Teamwarrior the data download size is quite small, so shouldn't run up large mobile bills.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2003 8:04 am    Post subject: assumptions about livewire traffic.. Reply with quote

Quote: Originally posted by keith.allen2 on 25†August†2003

It sounds as if you have the same version of co Pilot as me, which is the Teamwarrior version (3.5). I have used the traffic alert from AA Roadwatch and it works well, it does take into account the route you are travelling and will divert your route accordingly. I used it during the first month when subscription was free and vodafone weren't charging for GPRS downloads. Subscription charges from AA Roadwatch are £8.50 per month as far as I can recall and the cost of data downloaded via GPRS would be extra (check phone network service provider tarrifs). According to Teamwarrior the data download size is quite small, so shouldn't run up large mobile bills.








thanks!! teamwarrior arent overly clear on the interaction between copilot and the traffic system... guess i shoudl go out and buy a BT enabled ipaq Smile
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