Now you need to install bt.sisx and GPSd.jar, ill assume you already know how how to install applications as you must already have TomTom on your phone. For anyone who doesn’t you can send bt.sisx and GPSd.jar to your phone via Bluetooth, when the phone revives the file it will ask you to install. You can also copy the files to the phones memory card and install using the file manager or Nokia PC suit.
2) Install bt.sisx, once installed run the application and it shold say Run it. “Device added” you can now un install this application as it’s no longer needed
3) Now install GPSd.jar
How to use:
You need to run the GPSd application, your phone will ask if you want to “Allow application GPSd to use positioning data” say yes to this, also say yes to “Allow application GPSd to use network and send or receive data”
After a minute or so your phone should have worked out its Latitude and Longitude (your GPS position)
After its done so keep GPSd running (Press hide) and load TomTom up.
If TomTom asks you to switch your Bluetooth on say yes.
Now press the left button (above the green answer call button)
Select 5. Change Preferences
On the next menu select 6. Next
Select 6. Next again
Select 6. Next again
On preferences pages 4 of 5 select Show GPS status
Now press left button to configure
Now select other Bluetooth GPS Receiver, a list of Bluetooth devices will appear. Find your N95’s GPS, it will be called BinPDA or something along them lines if you didn’t rename it.
You should now have a GPS signal in TomTom, click done and use TomTom as you would.
Once TomTom is working with the N95’s internal gps you can switch Bluetooth off to save battery if you wish.
As you can see from the random screenshots below you should have a full GPS signal when driving most of the time.
Is it any good?
Yes, we have used it on a couple of long journeys to London and to random places in the North of the UK with no problems, when we have taken a wrong turn the phone has alerted us to this and got us back on the correct road. The GPS in the N95 appears to work fine with TomTom, keep your maps up to date and it will be as good as any real TomTom you can buy. A car charger for your phone is recommended for long journeys as using GPS all the time will drain the phone battery in 3 – 4 hours from a full charge.
This should work with the Nokia N96 and other Nokia phones with GPS based on the Series 60 V3 Platform, although I’ve not been able to test this.
here is other whith UK and Ireland maps, intructions are included : http://rapidshare.com/files/11748723...ymbian_9.1.rar