Are the only ways to do this is to have headphones connected to phone always or to listen to music through your phone and aux and then I assume the ping will sound over it?
so does the ping come through the speakers? cos you'd have to have the music pretty low to hear itI don't get this one bit. I have music through my aux cord that plays on the car speakers and my ping comes through on my phone. I can adjust the ping volume since that's categorised on my alarm volume which is different from my music volume.
no most people would miss it.I always have my phone on mute so i just go by the visual. If your phone is mounted correctly, I think it's pretty standard. Your eyes and brain can do amazing things - kinda like when you can recognize a police car out of the far far far corner of your eye - it's embedded somewhere in the recesses of our mind and just having it appear withtin a 180 degree area lets us see it.
I think I'm making sense right now but I could be totally wrong.
your music would have to be like below 8. So ya i guess to some its loud but its not.Either your music is too loud or your phone volume is too low.
Rakos implies there are a lot of drivers out thereimplying?
The ping comes through on the phone and you can set that volume independently of the music on your speakers[/QUOTE]Rakos implies there are a lot of drivers out there
[so does the ping come through the speakers? cos you'd have to have the music pretty low to hear it
i was wondering if the aux is plugged in would the ping come through the speakers. Apparently is doenst . I dont know why it wouldntI'd have to see your phone to know, because this is not an issue for me however loud my music is. Headphones are illegal in CA whilst driving, plus they'd impair your hearing when Pax give you directions or have a conversation.
You get a single-ear headset. They're usually small and not easily noticed.I'd have to see your phone to know, because this is not an issue for me however loud my music is. Headphones are illegal in CA whilst driving, plus they'd impair your hearing when Pax give you directions or have a conversation.
no i want music loudish . Cant hear phone on that . Dont have bluetoothI use a bluetooth earpiece. All navigation goes to the bluetooth earpiece. The pings, however, come through the earpiece as well as through the phone speaker. Perhaps you just have your phone volume set too low?
This is android specific but... there is a separate volume slider in the app under Settings. Make sure that is all the way on. It would have no impact on the volume of your music but would increase the volume of the incoming pings so you can hear it. Pings are unbelievably loud on my phone.no i want music loudish . Cant hear phone on that . Dont have bluetooth