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Old 07-16-2009, 01:07 PM   #21
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Picked this up a while back....does the same thing and updates from the internet for new red light and speed cameras. Works very well

https://www.escortradar.com/store/passport-9500ix.html
I'll be sending my 9500i in for an upgrade soon!
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Old 07-16-2009, 01:11 PM   #22
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Trapster is impossible on a bike...your better off with a radar if thats your goal. Heck its hard in a car even with a mount.
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Old 07-16-2009, 03:45 PM   #23
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Trapster is impossible on a bike...your better off with a radar if thats your goal. Heck its hard in a car even with a mount.
Not really, Trapster works on push notification as well, so even when the App isn't running and you have headphone's on you will be notified if your coming up to a Radar/camera/etc.
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Not really, Trapster works on push notification as well, so even when the App isn't running and you have headphone's on you will be notified if your coming up to a Radar/camera/etc.
The problem with that is that with push, it only sends you updates based on your last location when you left the app. If your doing it with headphones on the bike you need to leave the application running and then lock the screen.
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Old 07-16-2009, 04:36 PM   #25
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downloaded to my iphone and works! Picked up the red camera and location where police normally park to stop speeders in my hood. both i already knew but cool!
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Chron.com printed the location of all the Red Light cameras in Houston. How is that different?
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Picked this up a while back....does the same thing and updates from the internet for new red light and speed cameras. Works very well

https://www.escortradar.com/store/passport-9500ix.html

I have the same radar and It has never let me down.
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Yes the database is collective, your all on a shared database whether it is WinMo, iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Web, doesn't matter.


Is there an application for the blackberry? can you tell me where to dl it!
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wonder how Azylum feels about the iPhone now? lol (bet he still hates it)
this thing is a piece of chit.
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is there a application for the htc pro?
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is there a application for the htc pro?
the link above will get you what you need for all the versions
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I have the same radar and It has never let me down.
I like how it not only tells you that you are approaching the camera, it starts counting down how many feet away and has an arrow pointing at the location of the camera. Badass

I recently drove back from Amarillo and was hauling it through the country. Would have never expected the State Trooper to be where he was. It paid for itself in that single instance I am sure.
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i LOVE my iphone...trapster ftmfw.

It shows cop hot spots, where they like to hide, speed traps, red light cameras and etc. Works great on the iphone too
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