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DWaldie
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2019/12/31 19:13:48 (permalink)

Aha Radio

Come the New Year, I'll be back at work, so the new threads should reduce!!
 
Anyway, I have PCM (v4.41) with nav and standard speakers (I think), which will connect (not entirely reliably) to my Android phone via BT. Am I able to use Aha radio, or do I need a more advanced system? If I can, could someone talk me through it please?
 
Again, thanks :)

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    Richard_Hamilton
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    Re: Aha Radio 2020/01/01 10:51:42 (permalink)
    I assume you have PCM3.1 with software version 4.41.

    If so, you need to have Online Services activated to use the Aha app.  If you want real time traffic information you also have to have the system updated to software version 4.76 and have the maps updated.  Having said that, from what I have heard RTTI via Aha isn't great.

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    DWaldie
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    Re: Aha Radio 2020/01/01 16:22:59 (permalink)
    Richard_Hamilton
    I assume you have PCM3.1 with software version 4.41.

    If so, you need to have Online Services activated to use the Aha app.  If you want real time traffic information you also have to have the system updated to software version 4.76 and have the maps updated.  Having said that, from what I have heard RTTI via Aha isn't great.




    Thanks Richard. I don't have OS, but I've just got hold of an excellent phone mount. I can live with Waze/Google Maps and BBC Sounds. First-world problems eh?
    kitchens
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    Re: Aha Radio 2020/01/01 22:04:11 (permalink)
    this is the only A-Ha I know
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djV11Xbc914
    DWaldie
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    Re: Aha Radio 2020/01/01 22:18:02 (permalink)
    kitchens
    this is the only A-Ha I know
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djV11Xbc914


    Probably better than the Porsche offering :)
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    Re: Aha Radio 2020/01/13 08:41:19 (permalink)
    As Richard says AHA is terrible, I've got OS, RTTI and AHA and don't use any of them haha.
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