Still "working on it" Bose? Can you tell us to just give up all hope and close this thread if there are no plans to fix this?
I've been listening to Sirus when I can...when it doesn't drop/cut out or stop completely. Just take away the feature if you're going to insult us, because that's what this essentially feels like - an insult to a formerly loyal Bose fan.
I've said it before: if this was going to get fixed, it would be - if anyone wanted it fixed. No more of this "we're investigating" nonsense - investigating doesn't mean fixing, it's a whole lot of words meaning absolutely nothing.
Would going to the media get us an honest answer about what's broken?
I am able to inform you that this matter has been given to the development team who are handling to issue as we speak,
We are waiting on them for any information that we can provide to you.
Feb 12, 2016
Mar 16, 2019
Let’s see... some 14 responses from Bose on this same topic since the original post in January. All pretty much the same canned response.
”Our developers are working on it.”
Seriously Bose, give us the REAL answer, not just lip service.
Until proven otherwise, I’m beginning to suspect that the SoundTouch product and support nearing its final days.
Dec 8, 2014
This morning, the song title and artist did show up on my display. Provided it was the wrong song title and artist to what was playing, and that same title and artist displayed for the next three to four songs........... Disappointing, and frustrating.
Dec 31, 2018
Thank you everyone for making us aware of this.
We will forward this to the development team to try and resolve this issue. We appreciate your patience with this
Leon_C - Community Support
Feb 26, 2019
I've noticed that, since this morning, tracks are being displayed on all Sirius stations that I've tested, both regular satellite stations (such as "60s on 6," "80s on 7," and "Classic Vinyl") and Internet-only channels (such as "SiriusXM Pops" and "70s/80s Pop") . On most stations, the track names are flipping timely as the songs play; on some, however, they're frozen. So, it appears that at least some progress is being made.