1. bthornton84's Avatar
    I'm a new Moto X user coming from a Droid Razr Maxx. With the Maxx, I had Smart Actions setup to detect when my car's Bluetooth connected to my phone which would trigger driving mode. With my Moto X, I've enabled driving mode, but it doesn't seem to be using my car's Bluetooth as a trigger as I can be driving for a few minutes until driving mode is activated. This is a big step backwards as far as I'm concerned; my car automatically connects to my phone right upon ignition and this seems like a much more intuitive trigger for driving than whatever kind of accelerator/GPS magic that Assist is currently using.

    I've noticed that the latest update to Motorola Contextual Services--which, as I understand, is used by Assist--adds "support for Bluetooth driving detection". I've not noticed any difference in behavior since this update. Do I need to reconfigure something, or might this be addressed by a future version of Assist?
    01-02-2014 11:41 AM

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