Discussions on all kinds of sensors (GPS, OBD, video/audio) and other accessories like mounts
If I want to use my go pro, can I put my iphone in the middle glovebox on a Porsche, or does it need to be in a better place?
Needs a better place - not because of the video but because of the GPS. LapTimer will be kind of "blind" when operated like this, you always need to take care it placed so GPS is at the max.
Harry, if one is using external GPS and video, then am I correct that the only restriction is that the screen should not face vertical (i.e. the phone should not lay flat)?
Yes, here is the full story...
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When I go to multi cam under settings and try and town on discover, it says bluetooth needs to be on, I press ok, and the slide turns back to off. im trying to connect to the go pro which works over the wifi
LapTimer is not allowed to turn on BT itself, this is powers reserved to the user... Please use the standard iOS Settings app to turn on BT.
sorry harry im confused, why do I need to turn bluetooth on, if i want to talk to the go pro ?
MultiCam controls other iOS devices (BT) and GoPros (Wifi). To force BT here is simply to make sure all combinations will work once the user says "I want to use MultiCam".
ah i see, and then i can disable bluetooth once im talking to gopro?
You may try but that's cheating the system. Maybe you succeed, maybe the system strikes back and disables MultiCam again