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#18148 29-Dec-2007 22:22
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Is there any way to get GPS for my Windows Mobile phone?

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  #102221 29-Dec-2007 23:33
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Some specifications about your phone might be helpful, as well as which WM version you're running.

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#102222 29-Dec-2007 23:38
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Ellipsis: Is there any way to get GPS for my Windows Mobile phone?


Bit more info please

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  #102289 30-Dec-2007 13:24
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Sorry! Its an HTC Apache. I have a 2GB Mini-SD card for it and it has Windows Mobile 5.



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  #102375 31-Dec-2007 11:45
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The best way is to use a Bluetooth GPS.




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  #103618 8-Jan-2008 18:36
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So no software?

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  #103624 8-Jan-2008 18:55
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freitasm: The best way is to use a Bluetooth GPS.

The apache does NOT have a GSP reciever, software is ir relevant unless it can recieve a gps signal, you can use google maps then bluetooth to a gps reciever however the 1st thing needed is a reciever as MF said

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#103627 8-Jan-2008 18:57
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A Bluetooth GPRS Receiver and Google Maps is a good start for the Apache.




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  #103631 8-Jan-2008 19:05
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a GPRS receiver? I would love to see one of those! Almost like a "worldmode" apache! Well you can use any old GPRS phone for that


(Mauricio, I think you made a wee slip, you mean "GPS receiver")

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#103639 8-Jan-2008 19:27
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Yep, GPS receiver.




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