[maemo-users] can't get a gps fix (was Re: Looking for gps logger for n810)

From: Samer Azmy samer.azmy at gmail.com
Date: Mon Mar 30 20:50:54 EEST 2009

Please have some patience and do the following
1) Setup Maemo to use Bluttooth GPS (I know that you are using the internal
GPS, but this is how it works)
2) Try to put it in a clear sky position
3) Give time

let me know , if it worked


On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 11:18 AM, Keywan Najafi Tonekaboni <
lists at prometoys.net> wrote:

> Hi,
> sorry for thread-hijacking. I can't get a gps fix with my n810.
> Yesterday I try it with lot of patience and put the n810 for more then
> 30min on a table on the balcony. When I try maemo-mapper the gps-icon in
> the status bar appears and disappears again and again. But my Garmin
> eTrex (cheapest GPS device I know) get a fix even indoor behind the
> window.
> How must I setup GPS in maemo-mapper?
> What can I do to get a GPS-fix (I tried GPS-Settings-> Location)?
> Thanks,
> Keywan
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