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  Reply # 1905265 21-Nov-2017 13:49
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PhantomNVD:
Linux: Just reached 100 data pins and nothing exciting

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Edit: No Golden data pins seen


Where do you live that you can hit 100 pins already! (I’ll come visit your hood 😉) I’m on 29 pins after spending most of Saturday driving around in SWMBO’s Leaf and running into parks and malls to reach them...

On that note... I’m on 5.4Gb for 29 pins... haven’t you reached the 10Gb cap already? (Especially since you restarted the pin count but kept the prior data when you ported... 🤔)

 

@PhantomNVD 101 data pin has me on 7.7GB, I have done these around the North Shore / West Auckland and some in Auckland CBD

 

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  Reply # 1905270 21-Nov-2017 13:51
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KiwiSurfer:

 

Has anyone managed to find any golden pins this time round? Biggest I've gotten so far has been 300 MB.

 

 

I have got a couple of 500MB pins one Pin was in the middle of a defence area with secuirty guards that would not let me in LOL

 

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  Reply # 1905345 21-Nov-2017 16:00
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KiwiSurfer:

 

Has anyone managed to find any golden pins this time round? Biggest I've gotten so far has been 300 MB.

 

 

Biggest one I found was 600 MB, in Newmarket Auckland. No golden pins showing on my app now, although I recall seeing them on the first day I found out Data Hunt was back on, but they were all gone by the next day.




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  Reply # 1905437 21-Nov-2017 19:40
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@2degreescare : So some new pins popped up today just up the road and I went to spin them, but 2 of them didn’t resolve into flags properly?

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No matter how close I came, they stayed clumped as a 2 and wouldn’t resolve into flags or give me the “let’s go” prompt?

On a zoomed out map it says 5 in Pokeno, so it’s not just an artefact left of the 2 other flags there either 🤔



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  Reply # 1905986 22-Nov-2017 20:37
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PhantomNVD: @2degreescare : So some new pins popped up today just up the road and I went to spin them, but 2 of them didn’t resolve into flags properly?

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No matter how close I came, they stayed clumped as a 2 and wouldn’t resolve into flags or give me the “let’s go” prompt?

On a zoomed out map it says 5 in Pokeno, so it’s not just an artefact left of the 2 other flags there either 🤔

 

BUMP

 

@2degreescare any update on this or how I can report it to the right team in 2D please?

 

It's not the end of the world, but rather frustrating and not a good look for others who might come off the freeway there to try for these pins either?


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  Reply # 1906088 23-Nov-2017 00:14
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134 data pins 10GB in one spot I got 12 in one go :)

 

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  Reply # 1906090 23-Nov-2017 00:21
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Wow... send me the address, 12 is almost 50% of my pin total in one spot!

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  Reply # 1906091 23-Nov-2017 00:34
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PhantomNVD: Wow... send me the address, 12 is almost 50% of my pin total in one spot!

 

Te Atatu Peninsula, Auckland

 

Drive to Westpac bank go left and it's a loop road 2 minutes drive from the Westpac

 

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  Reply # 1906152 23-Nov-2017 09:25
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That's very interesting.  Those pins only show up when you are zoomed right in on that area. I wonder how many other pins are "hidden" like that?

 

 




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  Reply # 1906189 23-Nov-2017 09:51
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evnafets:

That's very interesting.  Those pins only show up when you are zoomed right in on that area. I wonder how many other pins are "hidden" like that?


 



I can’t even zoom that close? I wonder if this is iOS related? Can one of you try zoom on the Pokeno pins I showed above please?

Here’s my view fully zoomed on the are Teatatu ones:

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  Reply # 1906195 23-Nov-2017 10:00
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I could not zoom in on them as well on my Samsung S8+ the map would just zoom out again but great standing in one spot getting sooo many data pins

 

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  Reply # 1906517 23-Nov-2017 15:38
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Seem to have disappeared now? At least I saw them very early in the morning but can't see them anymore even really zoomed in. Although I thought I could always see there were lots there even when I wasn't zoomed in


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  Reply # 1907357 24-Nov-2017 21:05
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Does seem to have disappeared ... there was another similar spot in Parnell (George St) that also had 14 clumped together like the Te Atatu one ... now seems to have vanished as well. 


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  Reply # 1907366 24-Nov-2017 21:21
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antant:

 

Does seem to have disappeared ... there was another similar spot in Parnell (George St) that also had 14 clumped together like the Te Atatu one ... now seems to have vanished as well. 

 

 

George St is 2D HQ

 

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  Reply # 1907369 24-Nov-2017 21:29
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Pokeno lost the extra ones too... now back to 2 there only?

Perhaps they have a roving swarm

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