In the Comm Manager, select Settings, then Bluetooth. Again select bluetooth and then scroll down to your GPS receiver assuming you're paired correctly. Click Menu and then COM ports. Now click Menu and select New Outgoing Port. Pick COM6 assuming you have nothing else on this as your outgoing port. Now go back to your map program. In the GPS settings, select COM6 as your GPS and it should now give your position. I use google maps and have no bother.
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Check out the Terracrosser software, this uses Google maps but allows you to use downloaded maps. Terracrosser works on my S620 although I haven't been able to get my BT GPS unit to function properly with any mapping software. I have tried setting it to COM 6 as previously suggested.
turn on your blue tooth by clicking the bluthooth sign on the bottom right of your device. and check both the options that appear then( turn on blue tooth and make my device discoverable to all) then your blue tooth is on. ok then press and hold the menus on the file u want to send. when u do it, just beam your file. when u do it. then the device will look for all blue tooths on at that time. select the name of bluetooth u want to send the file. ur problem is solved. by a cute pakistani. love u.
I'm posting your solution here to remove it from the unsolved problems list.
Solution by Robert:
This problem was finally resolved as a corrupted map file on the SD memory card in the hp ipaq 5550. Solution was to reformat the memory card using fat32 memory format. I used a SD memory card slot on my laptop and right click the drive letter and select format to format the memory card. After that, I reloaded map files to the memory card and all was OK. Note that previously I had loaded map files on the memory card successfully but that was not good enough. A reformat of the memory card was apparently needed. I had also previously tried a hard full reset of the ipaq by pressing and holding the lower two buttons (calendar and itask) while holding in the reset button with the stylus for 5 seconds and resynced my contacts and reloaded the gps software, but this was to no avail. Try the re-format.
No there isnt but you can get the info off via the data transfere cable But you must have external memory installed Aslo you cannot transfere photos directly to iphoto Your mac will see your KU 990 as just another external memory device
hi prasath i am using the same handset just let me know is ur handset is properly app unlocked and one more thing that error is about ur gprs settings .Currently i am using Vodafone Gprs and i have manually configured gprs settings .if u wamt more info just send me an email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and use opera mini instead of winwap it works great on dash
Since I don't have a GPS, I haven't had this problem myself, but one thought does come to mind.
Does your Bluetooth Manager correctly identify your GPS? If it is misidentified as a hands-free connection, for example, the SX-66 may be sending incoming audio to your GPS. Try checking your Bluetooth Manager next time you connect your GPS, and/or deleting the existing GPS profile and setting up a new connection for it.