Well, I have a SD card and I formatted it in a way making that all applications are now installed on the SD card (the moto G5's internal memory was too small for my number of apps). Currently I am in Android 8.1.0.
I use the Function "Navigation along a route" from some GPX tracks I downloaded from the Net. It is my standard usage, for MTB on small pathes in forest and moutains. It is wonderful : Locus Map automatically generates navigation commands along the route in places of the most remarkable direction changes.
But here are some little mistakes sometimes : when there is a bifurcation with a small angle, you have to choose right or left but the navigation says nothing (probably because the angle is small).
Is there a way to improve this ? Can I make myself some add-ons inside the navigation prepared by Locus Map automatically (I mean I would add this navigation point myself in the Lotus navigation plan) ?
With Locus Map Pro on Android 8.1.0 OPPS28.58-13-6 on Motorola MOTO-G5 : when I enable "Turn on when notified during navigation", it is always showing me the message asking if I accept to Activate device administrator (again each time there is a navigation point notification). So it makes it unusable (and I had to do my navigation with screen 'on' permanently and had nearly no more battery at the end).
Remark : I succeeded to make the screen trun on with gestures (wave twice) and it is not showing the administrator activation message again and again (just once first time).
Hi, I just discovered and tried Locus Map (Pro) in MBT on some forest pathes. Waoo ! Very powerful ! My usage is : 'Navigation along a route' from a GPX track I downloaded from the Net before. It had been a long time I had been looking for a tool able to do a voice navigation on pathes (not roads !) from a downloaded track ! It's crazy, I had no route to prepare myself and it worked pretty well ! I found navigation - visual and voice - very efficient and professional (it was GraphHopper - I'll test BRouter soon as well). As it was a bit too much talkative (on very sinuous pathes) I put 'Frequency of commands' at Low. Then it was OK. I could be guided mainly with the voice and didn't need to look at the screen often (which is essential in 'intense' MTB). Only ~3 navigation errors in 3 hours. Congratulations Locus map !!