Question about GPS
Take the GPS outside into an area with a clear view of the sky and turn it on. The unit may take up to five minutes to lock onto satellites and determine your current location. The GPS needs to receive data from at least three satellites. If you are operating indoors, in a vehicle, in a city with tall buildings, or in an area with tall hills or mountains, your view of the sky may be blocked. This can prevent the GPS from locking on or can cause it to take additional time getting a satellite lock.
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