Ok, should probably RTFM, but why do that when I can ask the Internet? Would like some opinions please
Auto Full Beam Thingy
How do I turn this off? I'm sure it's great if you live in the boonies, but I don't, so all I seem to be doing is blinding Tracey taking Tarquin to Waitrose. Seems really sensitive - wasn't anything like as sensitive on my M3. On that I only really noticed it out of town, on this it seems to high-beam at every bloody opportunity.
Wait, is there a sensitivity setting maybe?
The Real Time Traffic info. How reliable is it? I've gotten very used to traffic alerts on TomTom on my iPhone, and I've learned how it works, so I trust it. The colour representation thing with separate alerts I'm struggling a bit with, but if it's accurate and good then I'll put the effort in to learn it.
Any opinions please?
A billion times better than the E92 - OMG FULL POSTCODES - but finding it a bit unintuitive. Any hints please? On TomTom I just bang in the post code, then a house number, and off I go. Often I'll then search for POI for a hotel for example and select that explicitly. What's the simple way to do that?
For example, I enter a post code, then try and select a road, but the roads it's showing me are from all over the bloody place, and not local to the postcode. Just occurred to me I should ignore the roads, and just do post code/number?
Alerts seem a little lax - I get warned about traffic events as I'm practically on them? Perhaps unfair here, I tend to specifically look on TomTom rather than wait for the alerts.
For the love of god, can I turn this off permanently? Kill it with fire?
I start the car, it defaults in to Comfort mode, which is fine, but the suspension adaptive thing seems to be set in sport when 'Comfort' is selected? I assume you can change it in the profiles somewhere, but I'll be ****ed if I can find it. No real drama, sport doesn't seem bad as it's still more supple than the M3 was in comfort.
I saw mentioned there's a 40Gb hard disk in the unit - can I upload music to it? I know I can stream over Bluetooth - and that works brilliantly - but there's some weird interactions with my alerting and UC apps on my phone, meaning I get full on billion decibel alerts that causes a shart. Can't turn that stuff off, so wondered if I can stick music on it directly and not bluetooth stream?
They've given me a free internet subscription - not sure for how long - is it worth continuing? Pissed around with browsing for a bit then realised it was pointless.
Like the widgets and stuff - any other apps/cool stuff I should think about?