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    Quote Originally Posted by ahh-cool View Post
    I'm here to tell you that we just did a 9,000 mile trip and I can't believe how many places we were in that had no cell service or internet. I'm not talking about being out in the sticks.
    We're getting ready to go to Alaska in a couple of months and there is a lot of areas between here and there that don't have cell or internet.
    Seems when you don't have cell service the GPS sometimes doesn't work either.
    It's been awhile since I looked at the settings but I think on my Android there is an option under locations to use GPS only. Check that out.

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    One of the things that we have been asking for .................... MPG on the fly is now a feature in BRP Connect, you can see how your mileage improves or decreases while you are riding depending on gear and speed. Cool.


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    All I see when I switch to BRP Connect is music, Genius Maps and Accuweather. When I switch out of BRP Connect I get the main dash where I can see and switch to radio, set up the Bluetooth, check bike stats etc. is there a new app in BRP Connect that shows mileage and fuel consumption?

    also, all smartphones have three antennas, cell, WiFi and GPS. So as long as you have built in map data you can use GPS. Google maps and Waze require cell or WiFi.

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    Some info I just heard about Genius maps, there is a Genius Maps Pro that cost 40.00 and traffic both of these or in app purchases

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flamewinger View Post
    All I see when I switch to BRP Connect is music, Genius Maps and Accuweather. When I switch out of BRP Connect I get the main dash where I can see and switch to radio, set up the Bluetooth, check bike stats etc. is there a new app in BRP Connect that shows mileage and fuel consumption?

    also, all smartphones have three antennas, cell, WiFi and GPS. So as long as you have built in map data you can use GPS. Google maps and Waze require cell or WiFi.
    Google maps now lets you download ans store maps for 30 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Denman View Post
    Stefan,
    This whole BRP connect thing is just a big change, and nothing more...
    If some fool in Canada thought it up: it must be possible for some fools in the USA to figure it all out!
    Bob, absolutely. I took it in to the shop today, they said there is a service bulletin for the software.
    They said they had to order some parts and could not upgrade it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruzr Joe View Post
    One of the things that we have been asking for .................... MPG on the fly is now a feature in BRP Connect, you can see how your mileage improves or decreases while you are riding depending on gear and speed. Cool.


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    I was looking through the stuff in the plastic bag that came with the Spyder and I found a rebate of $90 if we buy the apps
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahh-cool View Post
    Where?
    There's a spot in there for "Trip stuff": it's in there...
    I think that it's in with the trip odometers.

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