[Loadstone] GPS connection
goldeneagle74 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 3 02:43:50 BST 2010
Note: A.GPS is chargeable. So, if you cannot get it connected using I.GPS,
then use A.GPS for the first time. After getting signal, then disconnect and
reconnect using I.GPS, this is free. If you just close program within about
an hour or two, you don't have to use A.GPS again as first time. You can
just straight use I.GPS and it will get connected with no problem.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Shawn Kirkpatrick" <shawn at loadstone-gps.com>
To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 03, 2010 5:40 AM
Subject: Re: [Loadstone] GPS connection
Go to the gps menu and select find gps. When it asks for location technology
select integrated gps or assisted gps and that'll connect you to the
internal gps receiver of the phone. If you want this connection to happen by
default then go to the gps menu and select save default gps. Be warned the
internal gps receiver isn't very good so it may take a long time to get a
On Mon, 2 Aug 2010, Dick&Yvonne van Aggelen wrote:
> Hello loadstone "users",
> My name is Dirk and I'm trying to get a Loadstone program running on a
> 66E telephone belonging to a friend who is blind. The telephone has been
> installed with TALKS, which works perfect. Also Loadstone seems to be
> working, at least in the EXPLORE modus. But after changing to the
> modus GPS doesn't seem to be working. When pushing the magnetic direction
> keys to find any point around you get the message : "not connected".
> On the phone I have the integrated GPS and the assisting GPS activated,
> when in Loadstone where the "standard GPS" has been selected the task to
> any GPSdata, gives back saying "cannot find any USB system".
> Does any of you recognize the problem and can you give me a clue?
> Hoping to get your wise solutions I'm ready to implement anything I might
> have done correctly. One never knows!!
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