[Loadstone] nokia ld-3w

Mikołaj Rotnicki rotnicki at gmail.com
Fri Jul 18 12:04:11 BST 2008

I have my LD-3W for over 2 years now.
I turned off the Static Navigation using the Sirf DEMO.
I used the hints on this website:

The page contains some screenshots of sirf DEMO screens, so some blind
users may have to ask for a sighted assistance.

I also noticed that not all Bluetooth USB dongless anable you to
successfully complete the SN turn off process.

I was successfull with BlueTake Bluetooth USB dongle using Bluesoleil
BT application.

And the receiver works perfectly since then.


2008/7/6 Kenny Hitt <kenny at hittsjunk.net>:
> Hi.  Since I run Linux exclusively, sirfdemo isn't an option.  i did find some python clode that clains to be able to turn static navigation
> off on the ld3w.  I plan to spend the day installing python on the phone and trying it.
>          Kenny
> On Sun, Jul 06, 2008 at 11:12:28AM +0300, Ari Moisio wrote:
>> Hi
>>   I tried once to turn of 3W's static navigation with sirfdemo withou
>> success but there migth be never versons both for sirfdemo and 3W's
>> firmware thus YMMV.
>>   I have 3W  as a backup receiver,  it is better than nothing and works
>> moderately well if one walks fast enough but it is hard to pinpoint some
>> location with adequate accuracy. The receiver is not very accurate even
>> with higher speeds.
>> --
>> mr. M01510 & guide Loadstone-GPS
>> On Sat, 5 Jul 2008, Shane Wegner wrote:
>> > On Sat, Jul 05, 2008 at 07:29:16PM -0500, Kenny Hitt wrote:
>> >> loadstone's gps settings for static threshold, does this
>> >> mean loadstone can switch static navigation off for this
>> >> receiver?
>> >
>> > Well no but depending on the receiver chipset, I don't know
>> > what the Nokia is but at any rate, depending on the
>> > chipset, there are usually Windows utilities available to
>> > switch sn off.  sirfdemo is that used for Sirf based units
>> > and I believe there is mtktweak for the MTK variety, though
>> > afaik they didn't have sn turned on.  Google your model and
>> > I'm sure something will come up, perhaps in the
>> > gpspassion.com forums.
>> >
>> > Shane
>> >
>> >
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