[OSM-talk] [HOT] Problems with android phones
worldwidewolford at gmail.com
Thu Mar 8 15:00:04 GMT 2012
I had been using GPS Status with an Xperia X10 I was using and was not able
to fix the problem with the incorrect NTP using the download AGPS data
Will continue to observe the problem..
On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 12:24 PM, Jaakko Helleranta.com <
jaakko at helleranta.com> wrote:
> Thanks guys for the tips.
> Simone's GPS Status (& Toolbox) fixed the GPS fix problem of my Samsung
> Galaxy Tab 7" (running Android 2.2) in less than 10 minutes (total)! No
> need for rooting, not to mention sending the device back for repair :)
> I thought that it would make sense to add this kind of information (as in
> Useful tips for mappers for solving problems with Android) somewhere with a
> sensible URL. So I did and added the key information from this thread to
> http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Android . If someone thinks there'd be
> a better place for this information pls let me know and I'm happy to move
> the information there.
> jaakko at helleranta.com * Skype: jhelleranta * Mobile: +509-37-269154 *
> On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 11:08 AM, Simone Cortesi <simone at cortesi.com>wrote:
>> I've been using GPS Status & Toolbox
>> with success, it allows you to download AGPS data beforehand.
>> does not require root privileges.
>> On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 15:57, Brian Wolford <worldwidewolford at gmail.com>
>> > Hey,
>> > So there has been a problem with some androids I have encountered and
>> > another person running into the same problems.
>> > Some phones were taking very long times to get GPS fixes (ussually not
>> > all) and after they did they were putting points out in Jamaica or the
>> > south of Cuba.
>> > A common thread between the problem phones seemed to be that they were
>> > Europe. North American phones seemed to have no problem.
>> > So the solution seems to be changing the NTP server in the 'gps.conf'
>> > to the North American server.
>> > This can be accomplished two ways:
>> > 1: The app
>> > FasterFix
>> > 2:
>> > Manually
>> > You of course need to be a 'root' user. But you should do that when
>> > anyway.
>> > This is caused by using Assisted GPS (A-GPS) for the first point, which
>> > the network to get faster fixes.
>> > Thought this would be useful to share and hopefully save some headaches.
>> > -brian
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