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Dreameo PVP E320 GPS problem

I have PVP E320, The problem with the device is that the GPS doesn't work now(after 1yr). It has a external GPS card (Holux), normally if the GPS port is detected the lead light keeps blinking. These days the light is always solid red and also when I activate GPS, the word 'GPS' doesn't turn green from Red, thus no GPS system is working, I did a GPS diagnosis provided within system, it also says no GPS is detected.

Any Idea if anyone has a fix for this.

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the problem can be solved.For the video not to be able to play might be due to the video file being corrupted or the memory card was not really formatted properly.

You can format the memory card again and try transferring the file into the memory card.If it does not work, try and use another device to format it.

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# Insert your memory card into your computer's reader if you have one. If not, you can purchase a multi-format USB Memory Card reader from or
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