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Not receiving a gps signal

Can anyone help as to what com port and baud rate you have set into your htc
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Com4, Baud 56K, Other NMEA GPS Antenna.

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You can try a reset Check in the manual where the reset hole is i thinlk this model is under the scfreen surround which is removable.

This will take ut back to factory settings, you might want to check if its set to the right PORT and BAUD try this

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People buy this phone to make use of it. When something does not work why buy the phone then :S
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