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Superhero

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  1. I now found a variant of this available which is great!!! I would still want to specify the exact number or a tic box to try to route with no stops. 😄 Great progress anyway!
  2. I found it easy to understand the home and work favourites, how ever thats the only two I can get in there. Do we/can we get more custom nameable favourites?
  3. Description: Indicate if I'm above or under the projected consumption. + Show charger provider. Use Case: After using ABRP on my phone I tried the app on my Ioniq but it's simply no good. Does not work. How ever the Android Auto app works perfect. Very cool, awesome progress! I have no clue how the road map looks for android auto so bear with me... It would be very useful to know if you I more or less energy then the projection. I can se actual SOC and SOC at arrival and that sort of does that but would be fun to know by how much I'm off the projection. Maybe by Color of the SOC% number gradient from green to red?! In the phone app(and the rare occantions the ioniq app would work) I can se the curve very clear. I would also want to know which charger I'm aiming for. I can se the circle with 350kW and what I assume is number of stalls and their occupation status. I would also want to know which provider it is. Specially when going abroad it would make sense knowing this.
  4. Thanks! Might try that just for fun, but I really don't like work arounds. It's not really a problem, I can also manually add waypoints on this smaller route to force it there. On google maps you can for example click and drag the route to fine tune it. And in the end I will still go that route as I know it, but traveling where I'm not familiar it might help. Thanks!
  5. Yes, there are workarounds but how efficient is that? Also I'm not sure if clicking avoiding chargers or are permanent or only for just the specific planed route?
  6. Or even specify the number of charge stops you wish.
  7. Description: An option to force the route with no charging stops Use Case: I would try to avoid charging as it takes time, costs money, charger might be broken etc. So for me it would make sense to force ARBP to plan without charging stops. This by maybe choosing smaller roads and suggesting lower speeds. Knowing my neighborhood I can easily go these 70-80kmh roads making the trip 20km shorter and still make it safe. Today it often suggests going on a longer route to connect with a freeway and adding only like 10-20% on a 50kW DC charger when you could have gone a shorter route with no charging stops.
  8. Logging in fixed the problem. Don' know why though.
  9. Sort of on topic... How do I grant ABRP access to GPS Signal in the Ioniq? Google says Android 4.2.2 don't have a permissions session active to grant access. Any hints? Thanks!
  10. Any news here? Anyway another vote for AA from me!
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