[Loadstone] MTK chipset, was Re: royaltek rbt 2110
g.unit89 at clearwire.net
Sun Jun 24 17:15:43 BST 2007
MTK has locked the chipsets so no modifications or tweaking of settings ccan
be done. The USB port is solely for charging the unit, no data can go
through here, the same applies for the bluetooth connection it isn't
possible to modify settings via a bluetooth connection.
I have read however online ways people managed to modify settings, but then
this required hardware configurations as well as software modification. This
is not at all recommended nor suggested to do, so do it at your own risk.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Hasan Karahasan" <karahasan at onlinehome.de>
To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
Sent: Sunday, June 24, 2007 2:35 AM
Subject: Re: [Loadstone] MTK chipset, was Re: royaltek rbt 2110
> Hello Kevin,
> I do own the M1000 since two days. My first little trials were very
> interesting. I agree with you about this device. I sometimes notice an
> offset in the heading info. I absolutely know that I go west while it
> to go north west. When I noticed this, I was carrying the m1000 in the
> breast pocket of my t-shirt. Then I put it into my jacket pocket and
> along the same way down town Berlin. This time the heading was OK. So I am
> not sure if this happened accidentally or if this is typical for the
> But I can say that my wbt300 with the antaris 4 is probabliy more reliably
> concerning the heading.
> By the way: Is there a maintinance tool for the m1000 to adjust some
> parameters? On it's cd rom there is only the user's manual.
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