I recently bought a new p3300 and installed mapking and the delhi map into my phone. the mapking option is visible in my startup screen but when i open it what it shows is just the map and not my current position.
i activated my quick gps via active sync using a laptop
please suggest a solution
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If your GPS is a Garmin, go to Garmin and download and install garmin express. Then connect your GPS to your computer. Garmin Express will identify your GPS and you can select any updates from the list it provides, software, maps, etc. If you have never bought the Australian map, then under your devices on Garmin, you have the option to buy additional maps.
If you had just purchased the TomTom GPS, you can go online to register the GPS, and download and install the "latest map" using TomTom HOME (as per the latest map guarantee, for a new unit). Or, you may want to get TomTom Support (online via email and/or by phone) to help you with your problem ... to see if installing the camera causes the map to be lost, and to recover/restore your map (for free). That may be possible if the map (data) got corrupted when you installed the cameras. You'll just want to make sure that is not the case before you restore/re-install the map ... e.g. was it due to memory constraints/limitations ? If it is, purchasing & downloading the map from the TomTom site may get you back into the same situation ... Yes, there is the option of getting a free map from the GPS underground community ... but that is not legal.
This is a common problem if you have lots of other applications installed and/or running at the same time on the phone. I would recommend going through and making sure you uninstall some programs if you can and also use Task Manager to unload what other programs you can.
It sounds like your not able to access the internet on the device , try going to a normal webpage and then you can check if it loads it most probably wont. if that is the case you will need to contact your network to get the settings. ( Most networks will brand the device with there own name it can be helpful to find what this is before calling .) once you have done this then you will be able to download the quick gps settings . The special GPRS mentioned above is only the networks name for there GPRS service.
After this is done you may notice that you still arent able to use your GPS to find your location that is because you need to select the port that the GPS device is on
1.Tap start > settings
2. Tap the system tab
3. Select the GPS option
4. In the drop-down box that is entitled GPS program port select COM4
5. Tap Hardware tab , Gps hardware port should be ( None ) and baud rate 4800
6. Tap access tab and then select manage GPS automatically tickbox
7. Now click ok then x
You will now need to setup MAPKing to use COM port 4 as the GPS device this will now allow you to use your GPS properly