Might the answer to that question be software version 6.11? Or does your car already have that update?
LonePalmBJ said:On my MB COMAND system you adjust the nav lady's volume using the same controls as the stereo volume, but you can only adjust it while she's actually speaking. That way you can configure her volume indepenent of the stereo volume. No idea if it works that way on the Fisker, but you might experiment with *when* you fiddle with the knobs.
brian said:Another question: There's a setting on the interior lighting screen called "Parade", but the docs saying nothing about what that is. The only other options are to select the interior lighting brightness 1 thru 10. Touching the Parade button appears to do nothing that I can tell. Any ideas?
Oh, good! GENIVI is just a "base", so this would be Visteon's own system (or perhaps whatever they have bought from someone else), but at least it's not WinCE.Fabulist said:... This platform, according to Visteon is developed "using open architecture and open source software to GENIVI standards." GENIVI claims to be "a non-profit industry alliance committed to driving the broad adoption of an In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) open-source development platform."
Probably has nothing to do with the fact that you drive out of your neighborhood at 90 MPH.brian said:Agreed. Another interesting thing I've noticed every morning is that the car starts saying it has 50 miles of range. By the time I get out of my neighborhood (about 1 mile) it's down to 45 miles.
We need to find out if there is a "safe mode" boot option (foot on brake, left turn signal on and honking the horn while you start the car, for example), or they could just fix the software.brian said:So, the latest crash occurred just a short while ago as I was driving home. This time I had my iPhone plugged in and playing music, and the Command Center was on the Power Flow screen. All of a sudden the music stopped. I looked down and noticed that the Command Center was totally frozen and completely non-responsive.