1. Icyhot1966's Avatar
    I personally think it's the 4.2.6 that is causing the issue. I had made a typo earlier and called it 4.3.6
    02-18-2011 11:15 AM
  2. Topgunner's Avatar
    I didn't think that any of the smartphones use a true gps signal from the satellites, but rather they use the theory of triangulation from the cell phone towers to acquire the position. Maybe someone can clarify this.
    02-18-2011 11:45 AM
  3. Icyhot1966's Avatar
    You are incorrect. They have actual GPS chips in them. Programs like Navigon and Magellan store the maps on the device themselves, and you do not even need a connection to the network to get those to work. They do use aGPS as an extra benefit to get a lock on a satellite more quickly.
    02-18-2011 11:48 AM
  4. Icyhot1966's Avatar
    I got the TomTom app and it seems to perform better than the Navigon. Plus it was on sale so, at least I know it's not a GPS issue with the phone.
    02-20-2011 08:52 PM
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