Change log for RaceChrono v3.16 for Android
July 7th, 2014 by aol

Change log for RaceChrono v3.16 for Android (7.7.2014):

  • Added ‘Navigate’ button to track view. Opens Google Maps turn-by-turn guidance.
  • Fixed: Purchased items not available if no network connection

Change log for RaceChrono v3.15 for Android (4.7.2014):

  • Fixed crash when opening graphs on some devices

Change log for RaceChrono v3.14 for Android (4.7.2014):

  • Fixed “white screen” hang at startup on some devices

Change log for RaceChrono v3.13 for Android (30.6.2014):

  • Improved error handling
  • Improved non-Samsung video preview initialisation (Pro version only)
  • Fixed Samsung S3 1080p video aspect ratio (Pro version only)
  • Fixed few bugs

Change log for RaceChrono v3.12 for Android (27.6.2014):

  • Fixed broken OBD-II recording (exists in v3.11 only)
  • Fixed gauge cluster overlay when browsing route or video (Pro version only)

Change log for RaceChrono v3.11 for Android (26.6.2014):

  • Fixed multiple exporting bugs
  • Fixed German translation

Change log for RaceChrono v3.10 for Android (23.6.2014):

  • Added in-app purchase Analysis Pack: Predictive Lap Timer, Time Difference/Gain -channels and comparison x-axis scaled by position. Included in Pro version.
  • Added in-app purchase Devices Pack: Unlimited connection time for OBD-II, VBOX Sport and RaceDAC devices. Included in Pro version.
  • Added shop screen to sell RaceChrono Pro and the in-app purchases

Change log for RaceChrono v3.00 for Android (20.5.2014):

  • Added video recording functionality
  • Added video export functionality
  • Added video analysis functionality

Change log for RaceChrono v2.90 for Android (22.4.2014):

  • French, German, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese translations
  • Title and description can be now entered for sessions
  • Improved Live screen
  • Google Authentication
  • Added ‘My location’ button to track editor
  • Configurable update rate for exporting for .CSV and .VBO formats
  • Added support to x86 and armeabi-v7a processor architectures
  • RaceDAC improvements
  • Removed MTK-II GPS settings modification feature
  • Numerous bugfixes

Change log for RaceChrono v2.45 for Android (11.1.2014):

  • Temperature units are now selectable Celsius/Fahrenheit
  • Pressure units are now selectable Bar/PSI/kPa
  • Implemented OBD-II channels: Absolute throttle position A/B and Accelerator pedal position C/D/F
  • Clean up of export/ and import/ folders on startup
  • Allowed Play Store installation to devices without internal GPS
  • Improved the shared RCZ files
  • Fixed: OBD-II protocol selection on some readers
  • Fixed: OBD-II distance channels were dropped from session shares
  • Fixed: Possible crash during sharing a session

Change log for RaceChrono v2.44 for Android (21.10.2013):

  • Fixed: Startup crash for new installs

Change log for RaceChrono v2.43 for Android (20.10.2013):

  • Added chipset selection to GPS device settings
  • Fixed: Garmin GLO incompatibility (on Android 4.3 devices).
  • Fixed: Circuit Tools (.vbo) export crash
  • Fixed: Unreadable drop down menus (on Android 2.3.7 and earlier)
  • Fixed: Importing shared sessions that had been resumed
  • Fixed: Incorrect Total Time when sharing session as e-mail
  • Fixed: Error message when importing a shared session fails
  • Fixed: Accuracy channel when recording with internal GPS
  • Fixed: Shadows in lap list (on Android 2.3 and earlier)
  • Fixed: Few possible crashes

Change log for RaceChrono v2.40 for Android (13.10.2013):

  • Easy one-click sharing of tracks and sessions (through email, Dropbox, Google Drive or any other sharing app you have installed)
  • Sharing of exported files
  • Exporting to Circuit Tools and Performance Tools (.vbo format)
  • Renewed visuals
  • Improved CPU usage
  • More descriptive export file names
  • Renamed “Fragment 0″, “Fragment 1″, “Fragment 2″… to “Session start”, “Session resume 1″, “Session resume 2″ …
  • Fixed: Download button not visible in track view. Track download was possible only when running a session.
  • Fixed: Analysis lap selection not updated when “Comparison graph” setting is changed
  • Fixed: Missing graph x/y-scale lines on devices such as Nexus 7
  • Fixed: Numerous small bug fixes
  • Fixed: Exported (.csv and .nmea) time was not UTC-timezone as it should

Change log for RaceChrono v2.34 for Android (8.8.2013):

  • New OBD-II channels: Relative accelerator pedal position, Engine fuel rate and Engine oil temperature (notice not all channels are supported by all cars)
  • Fixed: Exports of special stage laps were missing last sector. For example, laps from Nordschleife BTG were affected by this. This bug was introduced in v2.30.
  • Fixed: Simple map zooming problem (when switching map type)
  • Fixed: Preserving map state when switching to other apps
  • Fixed: Connection problems to some cheap OBD-II readers with Android 4.2.2 and 4.3
  • Fixed: Possible live map crash

Change log for RaceChrono v2.33 for Android (24.7.2013):

  • Added button to change map type everywhere. Removed redundant map type setting from analysis settings.

Change log for RaceChrono v2.32 for Android (16.7.2013):

  • Fixed: Support for “HHOBD Advanced” OBD-II reader
  • Fixed: OBD-II parser re-initialize bug
  • Fixed: Crash when either no fast or no slow OBD-II were selected

Change log for RaceChrono v2.31 for Android (15.7.2013):

  • Fixed: Broken example session on new installs
  • Fixed: Rare crashes when loading track lists
  • (+ Updated external libraries and compiler)

Change log for RaceChrono v2.30 for Android (14.7.2013):

  • Trial feature*): Support for OBD-II readers
  • Trial feature*): Support for RaceDAC data loggers (and others supporting $RC1 and $RC2 sentences)
  • Trial feature*): Support for VBOX Sport over Bluetooth connection
  • Gauges added to Live Timer, click on the small ones to make them bigger
  • Faster application startup
  • New device settings screens
  • New Comma Separated Values (.CSV) export format with all data from all devices
  • Expert setting “Save Device Output”: Raw device output (such as NMEA) is saved to session folder the setting is turned on
  • Expert setting “Bluetooth fix”: If you’re able to pair your device, but it remains disconnected, you might give this setting a go
  • Track list now allows swiping left and right to switch tab
  • Session meta data saved more frequently to prevent data loss on crash
  • Small fixes/improvements in track editor
  • New graph colours
  • Fixed: Live map type was changed to road map, if that was previously used in analysis
  • Fixed: Fixed missing trap name for CSV export (format v1)
  • Fixed: NMEA exports had missing fix type, if the session did not have that channel
  • Fixed: Screen was allowed to turn off when adding traps in live recording
  • Fixed: Empty Nearby Tracks list when no network location available
  • Fixed: The “Scan for devices” button in Bluetooth device selection was left behind the list of devices, if the list was too long
  • Fixed: Importing of old RaceChrono version 1.x sessions that have OBD-II or RaceDAC channels (graphs did not work with distance x-axis)
  • Fixed: Marking optimal lap as invalid was allowed, which caused a crash
  • Fixed: Zero distance was displayed to tracks with no traps at all
  • Fixed: Track auto-detection was using tracks missing start or finish
  • Fixed: “Add traps” button in Live Recording did nothing when start line was added, but not the finish
  • Fixed: Pressing home button in Live Recording and then starting from icon menu caused application to start in main menu

*) Trial features will be premium features available through in-app purchases in future. For testing period these will be available for free for everyone.

Change log for RaceChrono v2.21 for Android (16.3.2013):

  • Fixed: Broken NMEA exporting
  • Fixed: Crash when exiting track editor before track was loaded
  • Fixed: Possibly some other crashes

Change log for RaceChrono v2.20 for Android (24.2.2013):

  • Finally implemented Standing Start traps
  • Configurable high/low markers in analyzing map. By default this is configured to Speed, which shows up corner and straight speeds nicely.
  • Configurable driving line color in analyzing map. By default this is configured to Longitudinal Acceleration, which shows up braking and acceleration points.
  • Graph map can be changed between Satellite, Roadmap and Simple modes. Simple mode has just black background, so it does not cause any data transfer.
  • Added support for hardware accelerated graphics
  • An ‘Update rate’ channel added for all devices
  • New easier to use live timer
  • Dropped Android 2.1 support (devices with Android 2.1 will get the RaceChrono v2.11 from Play Store)
  • Improved graphics and usability in track editor
  • Fixed: Duplicate data was saved when stopped recording at certain multiples (of number of data points)
  • Fixed: Delay occurred when opening long sessions

Change log for RaceChrono v2.11 for Android (16.9.2012):

  • Added Garmin GLO support (an excellent 10 Hz Bluetooth GPS/GLONASS receiver)
  • Added track counts to Track Library
  • Fixed: Broken support for some Bluetooth GPS receivers on Android 4.x (Atleast some Holux models)
  • Fixed: Reloading Track Library did not properly update Unofficial and Pending review category
  • Fixed: Pending review category in Track Library was missing most of the tracks

Change log for RaceChrono v2.10 for Android (10.9.2012):

  • Selectible absolute or relative timing in lap list
  • Selectible “Sectors” and “Splits” mode in lap list (“Trap speed” and “Hi/lo speeds” coming later)
  • Quick selection for lap and comparison lap when analyzing laps
  • Quick selection for session fragment when analyzing session route
  • Comparison graph is now drawn also when analyzing sectors
  • Added Refresh button in session list
  • Add example track and session to the package
  • Added expert setting “Do not modify GPS” to disable modification of MTK chipset settings
  • Added expert setting “Record internal sensors” to enable recording of internal accelerometer and gyroscope (note this is an experimental feature that may be changed or removed later)
  • Fixed: Optimal lap calculation (occurred when some laps had missed split traps)
  • Fixed: Text on map flags did not scale according to screen pixel density
  • Fixed: Crash when opened graph settings when session was still empty
  • Fixed: Rare crash when exiting track editor
  • Fixed: Wrong minus symbol on exports on some locale
  • Fixed: Invalid comparison graph after switching track
  • Fixed: Refresh button logic in track list

Change log for RaceChrono v2.06 for Android (23.7.2012):

  • Fixed: Exporting was broken when using locales with comma decimal separator (French, Finnish)…
  • Fixed: Rare crash when stopping recording

Change log for RaceChrono v2.05 for Android (22.7.2012):

  • Dropped the beta postfix!
  • Session exporting to CSV and NMEA 0183 formats. The CSV format is tested with RaceRender2, DashWare and RaceChrono2AVI video generators.
  • Added lateral and longitudinal acceleration channels calculated from GPS data
  • Fixed: Now ignoring data if GPS time goes backwards

Change log for RaceChrono v2.04 beta for Android (3.7.2012):

  • Fixed: Samsung Galaxy S2 with Android 4.0.3 had Bluetooth problems. I created a workaround to keep the Bluetooth connection alive.
  • Fixed: Rare graph crash
  • Fixed: Virtual keyboard was not hidden correctly in track editor
  • Fixed: Entered name was lost while editing the trap

Change log for RaceChrono v2.03 beta for Android (11.6.2012):

  • Fixed: Crash when opening very long sessions (>100 laps without pausing)

Change log for RaceChrono v2.02 beta for Android (10.6.2012):

  • Fixed: Automatic track detection crashed the app frequently (bug introduced in v2.01)

Change log for RaceChrono v2.01 beta for Android (9.6.2012):

  • Longer battery life when recording (less CPU usage)
  • Fixed: Automatic track detection worked only on first session (since application start)
  • Fixed: Automatic track detection did not work if not signed in to My RaceChrono
  • Fixed: Rare crash when recording or opening session
  • Fixed: Crash when opening track editor when latest session (or resume) had no plots
  • Fixed: Track editor was in invalid state after removing traps
  • Fixed: Graph/Driving line was not visible (at first) in Route analyzer

Change log for RaceChrono v2.00.7 beta for Android (3.6.2012), since Preview4:

  • Main screen now allows landscape mode.
  • Created settings view with metric/english units, device configuration etc.
  • Added features for managing My RaceChrono account.
  • Warning is displayed if internal GPS is used but it is not enabled.
  • Warning/Disclaimer pop-up appers on application start-up. This can be disabled from settings.
  • Improved icons
  • Fixed: Could not use the app after USB storage was first mounted, but unmounted afterwards.
  • Fixed: Multiple crashes when viewing graphs
  • Fixed: Nearby tracks list sorting issue

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