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Bluetooth gps rx3715

I purchased the rx3715 and im trying to put my tomtom 3 on it but it will not connect it says no gps i have an acore gps reciever please help thanks

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Re: bluetooth gps rx3715

I believe that your GPS receiver is blutooth enabled. I believe the output COM Port for the RX3715 is com port 6 and follow the advice in the following address. It should be the same or similar but this represents a different model and the com port they refer to is com port 8 for ipaq 3970. http://www.acoretech.com/how%20to%20connect.htm

Posted on Sep 08, 2005

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