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Topic # 113370 15-Jan-2013 12:25 Send private message

My Galaxy Nexus has never displayed Google Now cards in Dunedin, works fine everywhere else I have been including small towns like Gore, anyone else from Dunedin having any trouble getting the Google Now cards displaying info? Soon as I go to Auckland it works straight away, just no Dunedin love!




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  Reply # 745052 15-Jan-2013 13:11 Send private message

That's weird Google now on my nexus 4 works fine in Invercargill.

What cards in particular? Weather, navigation, appointment's?

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  Reply # 745110 15-Jan-2013 14:15 Send private message

I have on the very rare occasion seen a weather card but nothing else here.




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  Reply # 745113 15-Jan-2013 14:19 Send private message

The settings can be changed to show the weather at home, at work, away, where I am etc. If you tick all the boxes it will switch to always available.



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  Reply # 745165 15-Jan-2013 15:35 Send private message

loganjames: The settings can be changed to show the weather at home, at work, away, where I am etc. If you tick all the boxes it will switch to always available.


Ticking these doesn't change a thing unfortunately.




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  Reply # 745171 15-Jan-2013 15:50 Send private message

There's nothing happening in Dunedin? :)

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