This is a discussion on GPS Issue within the Nexus One Tech Issues / Bug Reports forums, part of the Nexus One category; Originally Posted by andyandy989898 That 3m GPS accuracy is the limit of the Phone not of GPS. All phones, Sat Navs receive L1 only. The ...
since we are on gps tracking can someone help me please, i have a nexusone which was successfully locking on gps satellites (min 10 of them in one minute) but since last update on android i can not even track them is this a common update issue
i am using maps,gps test,gps status applications with no luck
model number N1
android version 2.2
kernel version 18.104.22.168
baseband version 32.36.00.28U_4.06.00.12_7
can someone help me there please
How long at a time do you leave the phone tracking sats in area with open sky line (the more of the horizon and less buildings the better)
Could be rebuilding almanac, that can take up to 40 mins, but normally less than that.
Have you downloaded one of the GPS status aps, Might give you a bit more information about whats going on.
Sorry just saw that you have a GPS status app, does it show no information at all?
I'm on 2.2.1
no GPS problems for me.
Nexus One :nexusx: FINALY rooted without ending up like this
Got CM7 installed too!
thank you for the interest you showed me but after some search i found lots of people having the same problem but they are trying to solve it by playing with the apn settings which has nothing to do with the satellite information on he device
So the OS might be trying to get position information based on wifi or the cell network, which is why the APN settings can make a difference. Although it doesn't seem to make sense, there is a good reason.
ok.Jonno2k i get it
but my problem is not getting any gps info from hardware it looks like it isn't there anymore i tried every apn settings in my area it is still not working after the update ...this looks like i might find a bug in the update
My only experience was one occasion where I had no GPS. I used GPS Test (from the Market) and it reported 0 or 1 SV, not enough for a location fix. I rebooted and tried some settings and in my case I uninstalled the last application that I had installed, which was a flight-mode widget. I can't say for sure that the widget was causing my problem directly but after removing it the GPS immediately picked up 6 birds.
So perhaps you could see if some app is causing grief?