+x leemoore1966 - 6/23/2019 1:46:42 PM+x TimT - 6/22/2019 4:21:46 PMPAW Support reckons that this needs to be fixed on SD's side.Hi TimT (and TimD)I don't think there is anything that can be done on our side - this may be a 'feature' of iOS that the Apps are put to sleep when the iPad is locked, and hence the timer in SD stops listening after not receiving data for some periodthxLee
+x TimT - 6/22/2019 4:21:46 PMPAW Support reckons that this needs to be fixed on SD's side.
+x Tim Dawson - 6/24/2019 10:37:13 AMAs soon as you close SkyDemon, all its network connections are also closed. Same with any app. Because SkyDemon is using a network connection to a PilotAware, that connection is closed. It is literally impossible for SkyDemon to log your position, warn you about anything, or do anything useful if you minimise it or put your iPad to sleep when connected to a PilotAware.iOS behaves differently when it comes to its internal GPS or any compatible Bluetooth GPS that uses location services; in this case, SkyDemon is able to keep logging because iOS handles is specially.So, what we can do about this depends upon what you actually perceive as the problem. If the problem is that SkyDemon isn't logging any more or warning, we can't do anything about that. If the problem is that you'd like SkyDemon to attempt to reconnect to your device once you've woken it up again, we can do something about that. You'll still have broken logs though.
+x marioair - 6/24/2019 10:47:44 AMHi TimothyWhat you say doesn’t seem to quite make sense with what we are seeing. For example, if I kick off a Netflix download and then minimise the app it still continues its download. I also see there’s a function on iOS called “background App refresh” but SD isn’t compatible?