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GPS in HTC Desire HD?

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There is a device called the HTC Desire HD with Android 2.3 on Board.

The problem is that GPS determines the location.

Outside the city everything works without problems and accurately.


The city has a problem! Cold start does nothing. The street coordinates are defines inside all the more.


If you enable the checkbox "Use wireless network" and enable Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi), then it works, but I would like to use the GPS without being bound to Wi-Fi.


This problem does not take full advantage of location-based services.


Has anyone encountered a similar problem? And if so, please tell me how have you solved it?

Thanks in advance.
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Don't want to upset you, I solved a similar problem: no signal in the room — go outside, does not catch on the street — change device. Why to torture yourself.
However, I don't really understand what you meant by the phrase "location based services". I needed navigation.
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In the room to catch and never will. No one receiver does not receive enough information inside the building. And on the street may result in poor quality of reception due to tall buildings, power lines.
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On the street you do not determines the coordinates? Or need to wait very long? (20-30 minutes?)
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Try to put program GPS Test market.android.com/details?id=com.chartcross.gpstest
Then go to settings and click the Clear A-GPS.
Helped me at the time.
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I use an external bluetooth receiver with a Bluetooth GPS Provider.
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  • Significantly higher positioning accuracy;
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  • Battery Communicator consumed significantly less (especially noticeable for DHD), since the receiver uses free battery and bluetooth connection does not require a lot of resources;
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  • The external receiver is bulky and maloudobnye, especially when you need to quickly determine their location. Convenient to use, basically, during outings;
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Also try to update the version of your radio and RIL (the latter usually included with custom builds). In addition to the improved quality of communication and reception of the GPS signal may reduce power consumption. When wrong choice possible and reverse the effects.
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The optimal combination of firmware+radio module is determined by the feedback on the forums, or experimentally.
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Usually, the authors of the custom firmware themselves recommend certain version of firmware for the radio.
On my DHD is Revolution HD 6.1.1 and Radio_12.62.60.27_26.13.04.19_M. Normal flight (although promised above "miracles" especially is not felt).
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Don't quite understand — if wifi helps gps module to navigate, why not take this opportunity? Or do you not want to keep wi-fi on? The fact that using A-GPS (i.e., positioning using GPS, and navigate through the BS and Wi-Fi the hotspots) the location is determined much faster.
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All, solved the problem of soldering method
Stroke 10 satellites found...
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