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Getting my phone to see the GPS signal

I recently installed tom tom 6 on my device and have not been able to get it to see the GPS signal despite paring.
Can anyone help ?

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Try going into Blutooth settings and setting the Baud rate and com port. I have set up two different Blutooth GPS receivers on my Touch without probs. What make of BT GPS are you using?

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TomTom Navigator 6 and HTC Touch Pro 2


Start
Settings
System
External GPS

Programs tab - select COM4
Hardware tab - GPS hardware port = (None), Baud rate = 4800
Access tab - Check the box for "Manage GPS Automatically"

Hit OK

Then open TomTom

Touch the signal bar then the signal bar again

OR

Go to Preferences then Show GPS status

Hit - Configure
Select - Other NMEA GPS receiver
Ensure the baud rate is set at 4800
hit Done
Select COM4:


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It is not easy to give you a proper answer. The only thing that I can suggest you is to check TomTom support site. If you use some non Toshiba external device or software the best solution is to check support or FAQ page of device manufacturer.

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It is not easy to give you a proper answer. The only thing that I can suggest you is to check TomTom support site. If you use some non Toshiba external device or software the best solution is to check support or FAQ page of device manufacturer.

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