[Loadstone] Direction

Divyanshu Ganatra dnganatra at gmail.com
Wed Jul 1 02:36:39 BST 2009


Hi monty,
I've already know about the GPS drift, and about the static threshold.
how do i overcome this problem, since when i'm walking and not in a
car, the GPS directions go hayware. what is the alternative?

divyanshu

On 6/30/09, monty at loadstone-gps.com <monty at loadstone-gps.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Please, please, please everyone (for the love of god) read the manual!
>
> GPS receiver drift is very normal when standing still or at very low
> speeds!
>
> Monty
>
>
> On Tue, 30 Jun 2009, Divyanshu Ganatra wrote:
>
>> Hi I too am facing a similar problem onn my nokia n 70. what I've
>> observed  is that loadstone gives accurate directions when in motion,
>> however when I'm walking or stationery it goes bonkers!
>> any help wil be greatly  appreciated.
>> Divyanshu
>>
>> On 6/29/09, Saqib <saqib at samobile.net> wrote:
>>> Hi. Today I saved and labled a POI. The trouble is that when I saved
>>> this location I was then told that the location was at 3 o clock when
>>> it was on my left at 9 o.clock. I have noticed that loadstone will
>>> report the opposit direction instead of the actual direction of an POI.
>>> I have to exit and start up loadstone again to correct this problem.
>>>
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