IOS - ANDROID Differences in History screens Nov 26, 2020 13:03:25 GMT
Post by Deleted on Nov 26, 2020 13:03:25 GMT
Good afternoon the following request is related to both Android and IOS as these two applications still have differences and if possible I would like them fixed.
1/ Currently on IOS When you select share files (History, Charts, Info etc) the popup screen supplies you with all the supported email systems on my phone.
However on IOS It also supports Google drive, Air Drop etc can we please upgrade Android to support Google drive as well.
2/ Currently it is not possible to share a single control unit backup you have to share the History file for a specified period can we please bring back this feature so you can email a single control unit backup easily. This used to work but no longer and has been raised as a bug
1/ There is no Archive feature in History this is a very helpful function and the IOS Screens do use it when I archive in Android.
2/ The History Filter in IOS Does not support date and or Archive feature like Android - This is one way to ensure you get a single backup file via email
3/ The Filter screen does not start at the top of the page (I have reported this as a bug as well)
4/ Currently on Android when you do a full backup this full backup is saved on main history section but also the individual control units get a copy of that control unit as well.
IOS Only does the main history file can we please copy the Android Process
5/ Single control unit backup you cant send you have to send the whole history file
6/ By default in Android the Fault and Clear functions are unticked this was agreed when this feature was added to keep the data but make the history screen user friendly but not filling it up with large amounts of data - I have had my car since 2014 so there are lots of these items that I can still see if needed but dont clog up the screen.
General request the File format and naming convention of files is different between IOS and Android would be nice if these could be made the same to give us a common output.