Hi, i have a wayway gps, but i cant seemed to use the gpsscan_debug. i load it to the GPS and the error msg --- cant run. is not a win 32 application. please help!
Ok the program told me port 1 and baud 4800
set it all as such still no satelite signals
[QUOTE=aussiepaul;140004]Ok the program told me port 1 and baud 4800
set it all as such still no satelite signals[/QUOTE
The GPS will take a lot longer to find a satellite the first time, because it does no know where on the earth it is located, so it has no idea idea where to look for a satellite signal. Take your gps outside where it has a clear shot at the open sky and leave it for an hour. Then check to see if it has acquired a lock.
This is how the info should appear in your sys.txt.
hi there, i'm using papago r6100 model. i hv copied the gpsscan_debug.exe to sd card, but the problem is how to use the cecmd? do u i need to download & copy into sd card? pls help. thanks
thanks a lot for the link man.. can you help me how to install it in detail.. i am using wayway Q4033.. i search everything but i dont see CECMD or file manager.. please help me.. thanks
I think you need some patience with this app. Takes a minute or two for the data to be revealed.
Thanks a bunch... this one works for me.
Being trying to find out this info for the longest time.
In case anyone is interested, the Holux GPSmile 61 uses com 1 and 38400 baud rate.
Does anyone here know what Port and Baud rate does MyVi's inbuilt GPS use?