Posting this setup. The Majestic is spoken for but the truck and car are available. See the listing for the particulars as I dont have the details.
Well, it's that time again.
Haven't had an accident with the current phone (Samsung Note 9), but I'm hoping an issue I'm having with the Android Auto in the Jeep will be mitigated some if I upgrade. I'll also be looking for sure at a magnetic cord hopefully from the same eBay seller.
Has anyone ever been able to find one in a "Sticks and Bricks" establishment? I looked a several cords at the "Truck Stop" this weekend on a trip. Have been having a lot of trouble with the Android Auto in my New Jeep. (Had problems with the 2019 and ASSUMED they would be resolved in a new 2022. Nope)
I've taken the Jeep to two dealers and both say it all works well. They test it sitting in the shop and don't actually drive it anywhere. It worked for 3 weeks after the last visit, but I would drive only once a week and didn't go out of town. This weekend I took a 1000+ mile trip and had to unplug to reset more times than I could count. Thankfully only during times when an upcoming turn was not very close.
If you have read to here, tell me what Android you would purchase or would you finally jump over to the Apple side?
I'm still a PC user, but my youngest and a close friend converted to Apple products several years ago and keep telling me it's better. My older children still use Android though and so do all my work locations except for one in Tallahassee that had iPhones that used android software so I really didn't use it as an Apple product.
Thanks in advance.
ps. not going to give up my unlimited data plan by going to Verizon (or At&T to get the latest and greatest.)
Thank you everyone for the replies. I think I'm going to put it away again for a bit and see what happens when I have officially retired and am looking for a project.
I'll be moving sometime next month and starting to work on it now will just cause me to loose some important item.
We have a pair of Lectric 2.0's. One each regular and step through. Paid $899 each two years ago. We like them a lot and they suit our needs. They fold in half and I have carried them in the back of our truck and the back of the 5th wheel. We have a rear door to the rear bedroom so it makes it easy. This company has outstanding customer service that takes care of their owners.
I would imagine if you need to ride on something in a museum or take on a plane you wouldn't need a 20" two wheeler electric bike.
These are a really good value and they have a Lite version that weighs less than 50lbs with the battery.