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Topic # 24501 25-Jul-2008 19:37
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Hey guys

Has anyone managed to get their gps to work through the tstick's watcher program?
I went outside a few mins ago to give it a go but it was too cold so i gave up after about a minute and a half of waiting for it to find a fix.




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  Reply # 153640 2-Aug-2008 18:11
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Went out to the street today to give it a proper go but had no luck. Im thinking since telecom doesnt advertise it, the telecom branded version doesnt have the gps built in.




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  Reply # 159924 26-Aug-2008 16:16
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Looked like it was disabled in the settngs on mine.

The performance was extremely poor compared to the 580 card so I am sendng my T-Stick back



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  Reply # 160021 27-Aug-2008 00:12
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Yea Im sending mine back too. Although i have to find the little cap / usb cover for it. Might see if i can get a replacment part and then send it back.




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