I might have an issue with my system. I have found several times that the touch screen simply does not respond for a minute or so in the middle of entering data. And then the total freeze I had on Sunday. Codeman is this something that you have encountered before and if so how do I get rid of it?
That's a tricky one to try to diagnose remotely...it could be that the system is being overloaded with processing data. It could potentially be indexing a media device in the background, processing traffic/weather data, navigation route calculation which may cause slight delays in the responsiveness of the system. Do you know if you see this right after startup, or if it's after the system has been on for a while? Right at startup, it's like a computer where a lot of processes need to be started in the background and sometimes you can run into these delays, but the system should speed up shortly after startup after these boot processes have completed. It might be good to see if it continues after the next software update. If it doesn't seem to be connected to any of the things I've mentioned and still persists, maybe there is some hardware issue in your vehicle.
Originally Posted by Mike Grasso
I recently put a great "protective cover" on my iPad, it's made by a company that's local (Burbank) It's called Anti-Glare Screen by Power Support. They make them for Apple, quality is very good.
I was thinking of buying another piece, cutting it down and putting on the CUE, the stuff is amazing and doesn't show fingerprints. Will it work with our type of screens? Where are the "proximity" sensors? Will they be a problem?
More than likely, it will work fine on the display since it uses the same capacitive touch sensing technology that an iPad uses, but I don't think we've designed it or tested it with one on there, so I'd verify that it could be removed if it ends up interfering. I would assume it would work like other covers where you could remove it fairly easily. The proximity sensors are below the chrome strip below the display. In the picture at the beginning of the thread, you can see the two "windows" below the display where the sensors are.