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Honda Road sync & Voice control under Android
« on: December 19, 2020, 13:41:22 »
Honda’s new bespoke connectivity system for motorcycles and scooters gives riders access to the most-used functions of their Android™ smartphone
‘Honda Smartphone Voice Control system’ is available as standard fitment on the 21YM X-ADV, CB1000R and the new Forza 750
Also available as an option on 21YM Forza 350
The free Honda RoadSync app has been developed for use in conjunction with the Honda Smartphone Voice Control system
The Honda RoadSync app will be made available for download across Europe starting from December 2020

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Perhaps an update of CRF system ?...
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Re: Honda Road sync & Voice control under Android
« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2020, 18:55:45 »
I don't understand why people constantly want to be connected with their mobil phone.

Personally I go driving with the AT (forenzen excluded) to free my mind and to enjoy my journey, not to be bothered with anything else.

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Re: Honda Road sync & Voice control under Android
« Reply #2 on: December 19, 2020, 19:39:26 »
If you consider you can have others things then calling with your phone, but guiding, meteo , traffic etc it can be helpful; I've ride some tracks this summer not knowing if it will be good or not (duo and luggages) and happy to follow on Maps with sat picture on my screen ...



Yes I've ride bikes with out fuel injection , without brake disk, without radial tires, with poor lights, without screen etc ... but easier now ...  ;)

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Re: Honda Road sync & Voice control under Android
« Reply #3 on: December 22, 2020, 09:07:38 »
If you consider you can have others things then calling with your phone, but guiding, meteo , traffic etc it can be helpful; I've ride some tracks this summer not knowing if it will be good or not (duo and luggages) and happy to follow on Maps with sat picture on my screen ...

Yes I've ride bikes with out fuel injection , without brake disk, without radial tires, with poor lights, without screen etc ... but easier now ...  ;)

That's true but for me - I rather have it the old fashioned way.
I'll take things as they come. Even my garmin navigation is on 'mute'.

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Re: Honda Road sync & Voice control under Android
« Reply #4 on: January 08, 2021, 10:54:45 »
I also have my Garmin on mute...

Of take routes unknown, just destination West for example. You can find amazing new places. Even we ride here in SLO with locals they are amazed where we go, without knowing what to expect. Sometimes we hit death end, often gravel but it's part of it...

I have been riding bikes without EFI, even without electric starters... it will be fine to kickstart 650 cc single with high compression ratio  :P Sometimes my service guy called me because he couldn't start it  ::)
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Re: Honda Road sync & Voice control under Android
« Reply #5 on: February 11, 2021, 21:33:50 »
I also have my Garmin on mute...

Of take routes unknown, just destination West for example. You can find amazing new places. Even we ride here in SLO with locals they are amazed where we go, without knowing what to expect. Sometimes we hit death end, often gravel but it's part of it...

I have been riding bikes without EFI, even without electric starters... it will be fine to kickstart 650 cc single with high compression ratio  :P Sometimes my service guy called me because he couldn't start it  ::)
Whether I am in a car or on my bike, the GPS is always on mute too. Visual directions is all I need.

I ride my bike so people cannot ring me on my phone. It is my escape from work and all the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

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Re: Honda Road sync & Voice control under Android
« Reply #6 on: February 13, 2021, 10:39:05 »
Whether I am in a car or on my bike, the GPS is always on mute too. Visual directions is all I need.
I ride my bike so people cannot ring me on my phone. It is my escape from work and all the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

I do the same !
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Re: Honda Road sync & Voice control under Android
« Reply #7 on: February 17, 2021, 11:40:59 »

Whether I am in a car or on my bike, the GPS is always on mute too. Visual directions is all I need.

I ride my bike so people cannot ring me on my phone. It is my escape from work and all the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
You can mute your phone when you don't want to be disturbed, but it is also good excuse to ride more  8)
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