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Radardroid has already been translated to 15 languages. Our final goal is to get our app translated to as many languages as possible. Some users are already collaborating wih us.  If you want to help, enter Crowdin.net and join our project "Radardroid Lite". Thank you for your help.

Radardroid Lite

Radardroid Lite, free speedtrap warning app for Google Android Radardroid will give a visual and audible warning when you approach any fixed or mobile speed camera in the application database.

NavSpeedo

NavSpeedo, speedometer for Google Navigation on Android NavSpeedo is a speedometer for Google Navigator. It works as a background service and when it detects that Google Navigation activity is shown, a speedometer is shown over it without interfering with Navigation user interface.    

Radardroid Pro

Radardroid Pro, speedcamera warning app for Google Android GPS speed camera warning application for Android devices. Radardroid will give a visual and audible warning when you approach any fixed or mobile speed camera in the application database.

  • Radardroid Lite

  • NavSpeedo

  • Radardroid Pro

****
Integración con navigator excelente cuándo avise SOLO de tú sentido de marcha 5*
[ 3mundista - 12 Nov 2010 ]
****
I use this more for the speedometer and its size. ONLY thing I could ask for is the HUD feature added :-)
[ Max - 23 Nov 2010 ]
*****
Saved me $$$ upgrading to gps-enabled detector! Added 4000+ 3rd party POI camera locations. Save my own "hot spots" w/ single click. Moto Droid 2.2
[ John - 13 Oct 2010 ]
*****
Werkt perfect op mn x10. Herkent zeer veel flitsers in belgië. Aanrader! 5 sterren
[ rob - 23 Jan 2011 ]
*****
Gran compra. A ver si continuan actualizando. Se podria colocar para solo la direccion de la marcha. Gracias por reparar rapidoo.
[ Ernesto - 22 Nov 2010 ]
Troubleshooting GPS issues on Android 6 or higher

GPS Troubleshooting

On some Android devices, power management settings meant to prolong your battery life can interfere with Radardroid functionality. If you’ve been experiencing issues with GPS signal lost, non reliable radar alerts, speedometer problems, please check a few of the most common causes.

  1. Make sure that your device is not blocking apps from accessing your GPS.
  2. Please check to make sure your apps are able to continue running in the background (sleep mode).

Managing Android Device Power Settings

Here are the steps you’ll need to follow to adjust your power management settings in order to resolve this issue for the most commonly reported devices:

HTC

Access your phone settings -> battery -> power saving mode -> battery optimization -> select app -> don’t optimize -> save.

Samsung

Access Battery settings -> App Power Saving -> Details >- Radardroid -> Disabled

Huawei

Turn Energy Settings to Normal and add Radardroid to “Protected Apps”

Others

Some Android devices will include different options in order to prolong battery life, so please make sure that the app is not affected. Follow the manufactures procedures in order to allow apps to access your GPS and run in the background.

 

Recurring issues with tracking on Android devices running versions 6 and higher.

Note that Android devices have several layers of Battery saving settings to help extend the battery life between charges. If you have already turned off the devices battery saving settings and added the application as ‘Protected’ as noted above, check next section.

Battery Optimization settings for Android devices running version 6 or higher.

The setting referred to in this section is called Optimization settings. This setting acts as another layer of battery saving setting for individual applications (Usually applied on for applications as default).

While this setting is active it may result in the application crashing or not tracking distance and therefore we’d like to encourage users to disable optimization for Radardroid if Enabled.

As we do not have access to all Android devices running Android 6 and higher we would like to note that these settings may appear differently on your device.

For Samsung devices running Android 6 and higher (Not included: Samsung A5)

Please go to your phone settings – Applications – Select three dot menu (Top right corner) – Select ‚Special Access‘ – Select 'Optimize Battery usage' – Find Radardroid on the list and make sure that it is not selected.

For Huawei devices running Android 6 and higher.

Please go to your phone settings -> Select 'Apps' - Select 'Advanced' (At the bottom) -> Select 'Ignore optimisations' - Press 'Allowed' and select 'All apps' - Find Radardroid on the list and set to 'Allow'

For HTC devices running Android 6 and higher.

http://www.htc.com/us/support/htc-one-m9/howto/696906.html

For MIUI devices running Android 6 and higher.

Please go to your phone Settings - Additional Settings - Battery & performance - Manage apps' battery usage - Choose apps and select Radardroid.

Also, please go to your phone Settings - Additional Settings - Privacy - Location.

Check that you are using High Accuracy for Location Mode and also allowing location access.

Configure app so it can use GPS in background.

Sony devices running Android 6 and higher

Please go to your Phone settings -> Select ‚Battery‘ -> Select the (...) menu in the top right corner and press ‚Battery optimisation‘ -> Select ‚Apps‘ -> Select 'Radardroid'.

LG devices running Android 6 or higher

Please go to your phone settings - ‘Battery & power saving’ – Select ‘Battery usage’ – ‘Ignore optimizations’ – Turn on to ignore battery optimization for Radardroid.

One Plus devices

Please go to your phone settings – Select ‘Battery’ – Select ‘Battery optimization’ - switch to the ‘All apps list’ (Top menu) – Select Radardroid  and choose ‘Don’t optimize’

Motorola devices running Android 6 or higher

Please go to your phone settings – Select ‘Battery’ – tap the menu in the top right corner () – Select ‘Battery optimization’ – Tap ‘Not optimized’ and select ‘All Apps’ – Find Radardroid on this list and Select ‘Don’t Optimize’.

Other devices

There are many other smaller brand smart phones available that use Android, these settings may differ. If your device is not in our list, please try to locate a similar setting as mentioned for one of the brands above and apply it to fix the issue with faulty GPS signal of the Radardroid application.