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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.
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check in the tomtom settings which gps device you are using. i cant remember which typ mine used but you can check and try them all, also mine was on com4 but im not sure if this was standard. if you have the right settings, the with xda-developers.com for radio updates and driver updates. also update your quick gps
With ref to the downloaded files. There are 5 sets of files on the server.
2 Day version 2
7 Day Version 2
All of the above appear to be updated once per hour although none of them now seem to work for me with Global Locate's version 1.19 software. There is also a 10 day version which seems not to be updated any more. There are notes on the internet that explain how to edit the registry to make the software point to an appropriate area for the correct file. If you are pointing to the 10 day version it might be possible to point at the 2 or 7 day versions and recover the situation. There are only two lines to edit but bear in mind all the warnings about editing the registry
I had this same problem. The headphone jack is coming loose from the main board. Instead of getting repaired I purchased some bluetooth compatible headphones. DON'T get the ones made for the ipaq by HP. Lots of breakage issues (including the one I purchased).
From inside Tomtom, have you tried "change preferences" then scroll through to "show GPS status" then "configure" select "Other Cable NMEA GPS" select "Done" for GPS baud rate of 4800. Now select "Serial Cable on SP2 and then "Done"
Hope it helps. Philpot
From what I understand as an rx3715 owner, it can only connect with Bluetooth devices. The manual says it can connect directly to other devices that are Bluetooth enabled, and that implies that if it's not Bluetooth, it can't connect. My brother's laptop doesn't have Bluetooth and we couldn't get them to connect either.
Before you buy the GPS for your PDA please be careful if the GPS manufacturer guaranteed the functionality with your PDA. I have e800 and I plan to buy the GPS for my unit. Unfortunately at the moment I have no information which one you should you use.
You should have a look at the following document, to see how to setup a BT connection to your BT -GPS device.
A friend of mine uses the same software for his PDA. I have asked him what the problem can be and he told me that some kind of “connection registry” or something like that is very important.
Start PDA and start the Bluetooth. Go to Bluetooth symbol and choose BT settings. There must be shown some “magnifying glass”. Click on it and the search will start. All visible objects will be listed in the upper part of window. Mark the GPS and it will be listed in lower part of window. Click on it and start this “connection registry”.
After that you can use the navigations software. Go to “GPS status” and there you must put some check mark on some green quadrangle.
Sorry I can not explain you exactly what it was but I am sure that in User`s manuals of TomTom you can find a right explanation.