[Loadstone] a suggestion for a future release
arimo at netsonic.fi
Sun Jul 30 14:22:02 BST 2006
Make sure there is nothing between gprs receiver and the phone. I have
sometimes bluetooth problems if the receiver is on my rigth shoulder and
phone is in the belt on my left side.
On Sun, 30 Jul 2006, chaman wrote:
> yes that's the message i get "the gps clocks seems to have stopped ticking,
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> From: "Shawn Kirkpatrick" <shawn at odyssey.cm.nu>
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>> This could probably be implemented but if things are working propperly it
>> shouldn't be needed. If your gps keeps disconnecting it might be a problem
>> with the phone or the gps unit or maybe you've hit a bug in the code.
>> Sometimes this can be caused by interference from other electronic
>> equipment. Maybe do a google search and see if there's any reported
>> with your phone and bluetooth or with your particular gps unit. The gps
>> disconnecting is not a normal behaviour. When this happens it'll say that
>> the gps clock has stopped ticking, disconnecting. Don't confuse this with
>> the no signal message, that happens if you have no gps signal but the
>> bluetooth connection is fine.
>> There's one other thing you can try, go in to the gps menu, then go to
>> commands, and go to power saving off and select it. Maybe the unit isn't
>> sending packets fast enough or something.
>> On Sat, 29 Jul 2006, chaman wrote:
>>> i am using a murcury bt 001 with the loadstone software and the receiver
>>> keeps on disconnecting so in future could there be a short cut key to
>>> connect to your default gps reciever?
>>> that way you would not have to go into the menus to connect to the gps.
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