- Mar 17, 2016
Or because an Internet connection is not even necessary for this ... Google Maps, for example, also works with offline maps.
I am a fan of osmand, which will have Android Auto support in the upcoming version 4.1
Google Maps was just an example ... it applies of course just as well to other Navi programs, for which you can download the maps in advance.I am a fan of osmand, which will have Android Auto support in the upcoming version 4.1
Supposed you are driving, for example in a foreign country, and the internet connection stops, for example because there is no coverage or because your data bundle is exhausted, you might get lost! You won't have this problem with osmand because maps are downloaded to your device.
Edit: in addition: why does Google need to know where I go?
Try it again, I believe this was fixed.Google Maps was just an example ... it applies of course just as well to other Navi programs, for which you can download the maps in advance.
BTW: When I tried OSMand some time ago, it took forever if you wanted to determine a long, eg 500 km long, route - therefore not really useful for my needs.
You asked: "If the traffic is dropped for an application, how can react this application in offline mode without being connected to Internet ?" and I ansered " because an Internet connection is not even necessary for this".
I have once only a relatively small route of about 170 km determined. On the one hand, even this took quite a bit longer than with comparable apps - and in addition, the route suggestion was not really useful. Maybe you can still adjust it, but I would have found it good if equal to even more alternative routes would be suggested.
Yes you're right. But with new version (it was ok before) of HERE WeGo which works offline, it doesn't work when NetGuard is activated and works otherwise. It's why I asked my questions. I think there's a link with NetGuard even if the smartphone is not connected to Internet (WiFi and Data mobile are off).
Are there any URLs logged in such a situation?Yes you're right. But with new version (it was ok before) of HERE WeGo which works offline, it doesn't work when NetGuard is activated and works otherwise. It's why I asked my questions. I think there's a link with NetGuard even if the smartphone is not connected to Internet (WiFi and Data mobile are off).
In that case it is likely caused by a problem in the navigation app. It doesn't need internet, there is no internet and it still doesn't work. That's just odd.
But why HERE WeGo works without being connected to Internet, and when NetGuard is not activated or if NetGuard is activated with rules and conditions not activated for this application ?
You'll have to ask the author of the app. If there is no internet connection required for the app, using NetGuard or blocking/allowing the app with NetGuard shouldn't have any effect on the app.
As you wrote, that's just odd. What is not logical is that there's an issue when using NetGuard with app HERE WeGo and no Internet connection.
It sounds to me that the app developer is the person to know and to ask.
You are right, however I am afraid that the developer of HERE WeGo will also ask me to contact the developer of NetGuard, telling me that his application works without NetGuard.
Normally, connections will be blocked when there is a roaming internet connection to prevent high bills. If you are in the EU, this isn't relevant anymore. The EU roaming option will allow connections when roaming, if your sim card is an EU sim card and the network connection is an EU network connection.
The Bitbucket version is a preview version. It will be made available on GitHub later.
Please read the res of the referenced FAQ too and skip the part of the storage permissions.
I have no plans for a root version, sorry.Any chance for a root-version of NetGuard to get it working without VPN?
Perhaps as Magisk module or donation-feature?
Short notice: As I was looking for a firewall app I also found this one.
It is using your app description. Perhaps just the description or also your codebase with different interface ui.