I recently visited family in london and while there tried to get my phone to connect to the gps but it would not so i was trying everything i may have messed up a setting cuz now it won't work here either
About this issue I agree with Subx. Maybe you just twisted a little the device in some way or another, that made the internal signal antnna broken in the three weldment interface pins. As Subs mentioned, having good hand and patience, do as I did, fix it.
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On your phone and laptop bluetooth, then ensure that both bluetooth are visible under bluetooth settings.
If you Motorola phone have PC Suite try install it for a perfect interaction, you should as well pair the PC and phone together as family.
G1 Gps Problem Fix - I recently had the same issues with the gps giving me the location of cell towers instead of actual location. After looking around the forums, i found the fix and it worked. Clear you maps cache by going into your application data. Settings : Applications : Manage Applications : Maps : then push "clear data" Make sure both your wireless and gps are turned ON Turn off Phone Take it outside somewhere that is clear of obstructions (like a large parking lot, or field) Turn on phone Once on, press maps Let it sit in one spot for about 5-10 min, then press my location. It should find you in just a few seconds. Mine took about 30 seconds. This should fix most problems you are having.
HTC tytn II, att tilt,Kaiser ( all the same products) have internal GPS chip installed just near the camera , so you need not buy anything else. Just get google maps app, a internet connection and try to find your self by using locate me feature on google map, the GPS chip will point you on map with very much accuracy.
It sounds like the device is still locked to the original wireless carrier. What you need to do is have the device unlocked (if it is a GSM BlackBerry) so that it will work with other carriers. There are several vendors that provide cell phone unlocking services. I recommend checking out HorizonWirelessOnline.com.
Garmin will work with ANY windows mobile device with built in GPS and or a bluetooth receiver. But you have to have the correct software there are 2 versions both will install but only one will work with your model phone for older model phones use version 4.10 or lower for newer model phones use version 5.0 or higher.
Let windows manage your GPS ports do not try to set it manually. If you have a GPS fix option...go out side where you can get a satellite fix easily...launch your GPS fix program...thenlaunch Garmin. It should connect and you will have to do this only once. I know from experience and I've use this on a T-Mobile Dash with a bluetooh adapter with no issues. I'd try a different receiver preferably any PharosGPS receiver.
From inside Tomtom, have you tried "change preferences" then scroll through to "show GPS status" then "configure" select "Other Cable NMEA GPS" select "Done" for GPS baud rate of 4800. Now select "Serial Cable on SP2 and then "Done"
Hope it helps. Philpot