Joined: 28 Oct 2005
Phone Type: (many)
|Posted: Sat Oct 17, 2009 7:24 pm Post subject:
|Ryuuketsu wrote: |
|I'll post this in the correct section.
So, I finally was able to install mgmaps and open stored maps. All that is fine and dandy.
However, GPS is not working.
This is what I have installed on my ASUS P750 <with internal GPS> :
Windows Mobile 6.1
Selected mgmaps-> GPS --> GPSGate
Here is what I do to start the app:
Start GpsPortSP.exe < Tried two different settings COM4 20175 and COM5 57600>
Launch mgmaps <able to see stored maps>
Menu --> GPS --> Where Am I? <Gives the following error : GPS Position not yet determined. Make sure the phone can recieve/determine GPS info and the satellite signal stregnth is good, wait for a few seconds then try again. >
I have two other apps on the phone (Destinator and Travelogue). Both these are able to get the GPS signal.
Please let me know if I'm doing something wrong.
Only port 20175 would be relevant. Also, select the COM port that is correct for your phone (where the GPS is shown as connected in other apps or in the phone config). Other applications are not Java apps but native and they can use native code to connect directly to the GPS.
As for MGMaps, I noticed some error... after restarting look in Help/Debug Log, if it shows some security error connecting to GPS device, you'd have to select Settings/GPS/Select Device/Internal, save settings, then select again Settings/GPS/Select Device/GPSGate, and save settings again. That's how I get it to work on my Touch Diamond, at this time I don't have a fix for this problem.