I think the new rules imply the opposite: the system should not give information with ‘low confidence’ to the user.And besides that. It’s not really a fix as all it’s doing is disabling a system that should not need disabling. However, I do the same currently as in my opinion its better having a potentially out of data speed limit show on the screen rather than the (- - -) on both display and dash.
The problem is that the camera sees stuff that might be incorrect, so there’s a decision making process inside the head unit to decide which data is more reliable: map, camera, neither.Which makes more sense to rely on what the camera sees surely?
Have you tried pressing the ‘zoom level’ button on the map? Between the + and -?I'm not sure if anyone else is experiencing this but on this latest release I'm finding that the map is ignoring the Auto Zoom setting I put in.
If I set a new set of map zoom settings it will use these until the ignition is cycled after which it returns to some pre set ones of its own.
If has never done this before so it looks like another new bug to me 🙄
It would be nice if they started fixing bugs rather than introducing them 😭
I think you are experiencing something similar to what I am.You are right but I only use 3D. Since they updated to 14. maps the horizon has dropped significantly reducing the available space for the route but this is horizon level changes depending on the zoom setting, I found some zoom settings that minimised the issue for me and they have worked just fine till this new release. As I say I can set them and they work but as soon as you switch off and switch on again it ignores these and returns to some pre-set of its own.
To be honest I'm getting a bit hacked off with Kia over this, its quite pathetic