I use ABRP on a 2022 Nissan Leaf with Apple CarPlay. While traveling listening to a music source (ie FM or SiriusXM etc) and using ABRP for navigation on CarPlay when ABRP gives me an audio alert (ie turn left etc) this stops totally the underlying music.
In comparison, other navigation apps (ie Waze, Apple Maps etc) will overlay the navigation audio on top of the subdued music which then comes back to prior volume level once the navigation prompt is done playing. Thanks for sorting this out.
Hi, we just released a new version 4.2.0 with completely rewritten CP. Please try if you still experience this issue and report back here.
still same behaviour in 4.2.0 If the audio source is the iphone itself (spotify,...) it works. If the audio source is the car (fm radio, USB,..) it mutes the audio and doesn't "unmute"
MG ZS EV. It feels like the mute/release isn’t occurring.
Hi I am running IOS 15.2.1 on a iPhone 11 pro and have same issue .
Running wired apple CarPlay on a 2020 Jaguar I-pace,
But when I use a google Pixel 4A phone and Android Auto everything works perfect.
ABRP is the best!
Yes. I have this setting and CarPlay works well for me. I have noted both Waze and Apple Maps work well in this regard. They overlay their speech on top of the music which get lower volume for the duration of speech and then the music is returned to the prior volume. Not seeing the same with ABRP. Thanks for looking into this.
Thanks Kerem, we will look further into it then as it seems to be a bug on our end. We will try to update the ticket here when we fix the bug and it will be available through an update.
Just wanted to add that you can, until we fix this, share your plan from ABRP to google maps. This is through the button share on the bottom of the screen. Not sure how or if this works in CarPlay but you can always test. Then you will get the plan with stops and everything from ABRP and you can navigate with google.
Thank you very much. This sounds like a viable workaround for now. Will try and see how I can make it work. Most appreciated.