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    Waze ~ Shutting Down Issue

    So, I've been convinced over the weekend by a friend that Waze is a shit hot sat nav app.
    Having downloaded it and had a play I can't get the fecker to shut down. By that I mean I can close the app but get the following message on my iPhone's home screen. If I turn the phone off it's there still when I turn it back on......

    What am I doing wrong, it's driving me bonkers!



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    One of the five imbeciles

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    Use a big hammer

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    have you tried turning location service off for that app
    mummy mummy is dad dead?
    no son hes out riding that bloody bike

    whats that you say?
    I've no idea as I've been out riding my bike..

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    Waze ~ Shutting Down Issue

    Quote Originally Posted by Outtomunch View Post
    So, I've been convinced over the weekend by a friend that Waze is a shit hot sat nav app.
    Having downloaded it and had a play I can't get the fecker to shut down. By that I mean I can close the app but get the following message on my iPhone's home screen. If I turn the phone off it's there still when I turn it back on......

    What am I doing wrong, it's driving me
    Double click the home key & swipe up the Waze page to fully close the app


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    [QUOTE=iand46;4829028]Double click the home key & swipe up the Waze page to fully close the app

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    Cheers guys

    Andres

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    Good stuff.

    You are now able to get on with driving your Uber cab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    Good stuff.

    You are now able to get on with driving your Uber cab.
    My new career, it beats designing boxes

    It was actually a nice little Uber man that told me about it, then talking to friends over the w/e it does seem quite the thing to use, especially in congested urban environments. I was also impressed with the 'find Giles' function, very useful

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