aml wrote:On your question regarding Pocket Streets, I will try and let you know what I find.
because it looks like than the only possible way how to use GPS navigation on LOOX N560 and not to become mad is:
1) run WinFast navigator
2) configure & send command
3) wait until satelites are found
4) close app
5) run & use navigation software (e.g. TomTom)
I want to ask you whether you do not know about any way how to automatize it (Winfast must use some API and maybe somebody has already created some batch that is applying the steps above. It would be very usefull and it would help to other family members (e.g. wife) to use navgitaion on N560.
"Simply, buy the FC External GPS Antenna for N560 and all your satellite fix problems will be the part of past! "
So are we saying that the internal GPS antenna in the LOOX N5xx is no good ?
If that is the case why do programs like Winfast Navigator find satellites with a very short TTFF - wheras TomTom Navigator is rubbish at getting a short TTFF, unless some other program has done it first ?
"hardware firmware (in Sirf chipset itself!) and it is not a software depend."
But TomTom Navigator and Winfast Navigator (in my case) don't use the Sirf chipset - they are set us the NMIA protocol ?
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