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    Quote Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors View Post
    There was an issue with some phones and ALP Connect was displaying incorrect GPS Speeds when selecting to use the attached ALP GPS antenna instead of the phones GPS antenna.
    Thanks Tom - set mine to us the ALP GPS antenna instead of phone, but didn't take it for a test yet before the update (using hifi)
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    Quote Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors View Post
    On the back of your BT module
    Just replaced my android phone and need to resync the ALP Connect software with the BT Module, I forgot the Bluetooth pin and unfortunately did not write it down. Is there anyway to find this out without opening my dash to read it off the sticker on the the Bluetooth Module.
    I know, it was a stupid mistake.. but whats done is done...

    I'm thinking Maybe using a BT Scan Utility or something similar ?

    If not.. I'll break out the old Torx Driver and get to disassembling.

    Thanks in Advance...

    -SlickD

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    Quote Originally Posted by slickdevil View Post
    Just replaced my android phone and need to resync the ALP Connect software with the BT Module, I forgot the Bluetooth pin and unfortunately did not write it down. Is there anyway to find this out without opening my dash to read it off the sticker on the the Bluetooth Module.
    I know, it was a stupid mistake.. but whats done is done...

    I'm thinking Maybe using a BT Scan Utility or something similar ?

    If not.. I'll break out the old Torx Driver and get to disassembling.

    Thanks in Advance...

    -SlickD
    YOu cant scan a PIN Number, The Pin Number is only on the back of your unit and it might even be on the white box that it came in if you still have that.
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    Hi, I love the ALP and the Android app, they have saved me so many times that I can't keep count anymore.

    I'd like to report one small bug: when I walk away from my car and the app disconnects I get a "Disconnected!" notification that I can't dismiss by swiping. All other ALPConnect notifications can be dismissed, but not this one. I have to force stop the app to get it to go away.

    Has anyone else experienced this issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by multimodal View Post
    Hi, I love the ALP and the Android app, they have saved me so many times that I can't keep count anymore.

    I'd like to report one small bug: when I walk away from my car and the app disconnects I get a "Disconnected!" notification that I can't dismiss by swiping. All other ALPConnect notifications can be dismissed, but not this one. I have to force stop the app to get it to go away.

    Has anyone else experienced this issue?
    The reason it stays active and cant be stopped is because if you close it the app can not auto re-connect when you return to your vehicle. When leaving the vehicle just hit the back button and leave it active and when you return it will auto connect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by multimodal View Post
    Hi, I love the ALP and the Android app, they have saved me so many times that I can't keep count anymore.

    I'd like to report one small bug: when I walk away from my car and the app disconnects I get a "Disconnected!" notification that I can't dismiss by swiping. All other ALPConnect notifications can be dismissed, but not this one. I have to force stop the app to get it to go away.

    Has anyone else experienced this issue?
    Hadbthe same thing, go into the settings of the app where you can force close from the phone and turn off notifications. Works perfectly for me and now i dont get the disconnect notification that i couldnt clear out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laxman View Post
    Hadbthe same thing, go into the settings of the app where you can force close from the phone and turn off notifications. Works perfectly for me and now i dont get the disconnect notification that i couldnt clear out.
    If you do this it will also not Auto Reconnect, It stays live to always search for a re-connection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors View Post
    If you do this it will also not Auto Reconnect, It stays live to always search for a re-connection.
    Always re connects automatically for me when i get back to the car. Only the notification for the task bar has been disabled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laxman View Post
    Always re connects automatically for me when i get back to the car. Only the notification for the task bar has been disabled.
    Oh, I though you said you killed the process. That would be a bad thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors View Post
    Oh, I though you said you killed the process. That would be a bad thing.
    Ah gottcha, that would be bad. I just didnt like that i could not swipe the disconnected notification away. The bt module has been great. I just need a new one for ota updates at some point, but other than that its a rock solid ststem.

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