Originally Posted by create123
Hi xmdan, I am curious about agps settings. My gps is not working very well and I am not comfortable making the antenna change. Are there settings that make it work better?
I assume that you are familiar with the A-GPS concept. Using A-GPS improves significantly the time to find the satellites, and even the number of the satellites found. (At least that was the case for me, with the previous ROM.)
Under ROM v3.04, you have an icon called "AGPS settings" under "Settings->System"; in any case the settings are in the registry, under HKCU\ControlPanel\GPS -- you may enter there the (DNS) name, port of the aGPS server that you want to use, and enable A-GPS (in registry: put "1" in the EnableAGPS key).
Sometimes (often??) the cellular network operator provides their own A-GPS server -- you should check with your operator. What is yours?
The default sirf server does not respond to the request from my phone, so I need to use my network operator's server. Of course, all this creates some data traffic, but I believe that in some cases the network operator does not charge for the data exchanges with its own A-GPS server -- again you should check with your operator.