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I'm with ya as far as their fee for the app being waaay too high with so many bugs! Those that purchased should be offered a refund and any future buyers should be issued the app at a discount along with full disclosure that the not all of the app's features work correctly with 5.0 . That's just smart, fair business sense.
Originally Posted by glockguy
Let me start off by saying that I'm a big fan of Berryweather. It is one of my favorite apps. I get my advisory alerts. And the alerts go away after I read them. Are you sure you have that setting correct in the options?
At one point I was not getting my updates but I changed my weather station and everything started updating properly. The station you are using might be offline. Try changing to a different station.
As for the constant advisory updates - We have had a real bad stretch of weather here for the past 24 hours and I kept getting advisory updates 24 hours before the weather hit and kept getting them throughout the day. So maybe you are getting different advisory updates as the weather conditions change.
Even though I have my settings to update every 15 minutes I notice that my updates are always 30 minutes behind. The update depends on how often the weather station you are using updates. If you have it set for 15 minutes but the station only updates every hour you will get updates every hour.
Hope this helps. Head on over to the bellshare website and they will answer any questions you might have.
Last edited by ba_hamilton; 12-09-2009 at 11:53 PM.
I agree with Cruz. You might want to delete, reinstall, and then batt pull. I haven't had any of the issues you describe. I have been getting lots of advisories but the notifications go away once I read them. I am also not having any issue what so ever with the homescreen icon updating. I'm running BBC v10. I notice you list your OS as .320, that might be an issue, but I really have no idea. So far I'm really liking BW2, hopefully you can get your issues resolved over at the Bellshare forum.
Seems like you two Glock Guy and Mr Wireless are the only ones at this time having the issues.
I think I would hold off on statements that are as hard as yours are Mr Wireless especially since it doesn't look like you have tried up contact BellShares customer support.
On another note. I don't recall glockguy being one of the winners for the 20 free copies. So now I would like to know how you got the coupon code because I have the real winners telling me that their codes no longer work now.
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There is no issue with the weather advisories, when you go into settings you need to check the advisories that you don't want to receive (hence the word filter), once you've done that and rebooted you will only receive advisories for the ones that you have left unchecked.
It could be that I am not describing the situation clearly enough. The advisories do go away once I read them, but then minutes later I get another one and it's the same advisory.
Originally Posted by ba_hamilton
I've gone in and "unchecked" all of the advisory categories (i.e Flash Flood Warning, Tropical Storm Warning, etc.). First I unchecked all but Winter Warning and I continued to get flood warnings, then I unchecked everyone INCLUDING Winter Warning and still got the advisories. There is definitely something wrong, because all of my settings are set to NOT show advisories in notification area. At this point, I do not want any advisories. Hopefully, I was more clear this time
You obviously didn't read my post above yours, as I stated in my post...the settings that you are using are causing you to get the advisories that you are leaving UNCHECKED. In order to receive none of the advisories you need to CHECK all of the boxes, save, and then reboot.
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