Kilted is the winner here!!! I completely had no idea that this app had these settings. I think I'll keep it after all.I have 2016 453 and use the Android version of the Cross Connect app. In the settings for the app, which you can reference from the home screen which is visible when the app is running but the phone isn't connected to the car, there is an option to turn on and off the "Speed Warning". When this is turned on and my phone is connected with my car it will make 3 beeps whenever I go 5 miles or so over the speed limit. Don't know how all of this works in the IOS app, but I figured it must be somewhat similar.
I actually have the latest version of the app. I freshly downloaded it last night to find the speed setting. I didn't pair it to my car or anything, I just skipped all the tutorial screens until I saw the settings icon.Yes, kilted. Thank you! iOS 10.2.1 is the most recent operating system. I have the most recent version of the app as well. Also, as mentioned, I had this feature the other night. It's hard to imagine that they removed this feature. But I suppose I may have updated the version of the Cross Connect software on Tuesday night and that the newer version has *removed* the feature. I tried so many things to find the feature on Tuesday! I might have updated software.
I think I understood that Neon uses an iPhone. That's why I asked about her iOS. I wonder if she is using the most recent software version of Connect. It might help if I can confirm whether an iPhone user that has this feature uses the same iOS and and the same version of the Cross Connect software. Cross Connect version 1.1 for iOS.
It's a little Bluetooth receiver that plugs into the 3.5mm jack in the glovebox and charges on the USB.What do you mean with a "bluetooth dongle"? I have a 451 with a non OEM audio unit (that unit has built in bluetooth. Can I still pair the app with my car?
Sounds pretty cool, so it takes 5v from the USB jack and has a cpu in it that converts the incoming bluetooth audio signal to the 3.5mm stereo jack? The 453 has a USB in the glove box? My 2010 451 only has the 3.5mm.It's a little Bluetooth receiver that plugs into the 3.5mm jack in the glovebox and charges on the USB.
I'm not certain if 100% of the app's features will work, but most of the app's features are based in the phone and GPS, so technically you can use the app in any car.