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19 satellites in view. Phone won't connect to any! UVMC6 radio.

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Default 19 satellites in view. Phone won't connect to any! UVMC6 radio.

Title is self-explanatory. Please look at screenshot below. Halp pl0x?
Using UVMC6 radio. ODINed back to stock 2.3.6 and 4.0.3, no dice. Same problem =/
Tried the AGPS patch, no go. Same problem =/

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Try clearing AGPS data. You should be able to do that in GPS Test.
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Try clearing AGPS data. You should be able to do that in GPS Test.
Did that, no go. How many are you getting btw, and what radio are you on?
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I'm using UVMC6 (rooted stock JB, never had a custom ROM) and getting 19 sats in view and 12 in use. By the looks of your signal bars, you're not getting strong enough signal to use any--it's just seeing that the sats are there.
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I'm using UVMC6 (rooted stock JB, never had a custom ROM) and getting 19 sats in view and 12 in use. By the looks of your signal bars, you're not getting strong enough signal to use any--it's just seeing that the sats are there.
Huh, I'll try ODINing to 4.1.2 then. If that doesn't work, I'll just sell it on eBay. Probably gonna get a Motorola Atrix HD (cheaper than SGS2, better res screen, but no hardware buttons or NFC).

Could you try running that app without the wifi/data on?

Also, for some reason my gps clock doesn't set like yours does. SMH.

Ok update, GPS is working, but it takes a LOOOOOOOOOOONG time to get locks.
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It should be quicker next time... even my Garmin eTrex takes forever if I haven't used it in a while.
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Try this https://www.dropbox.com/s/lqfuvw5v7y7v6pl/gps.conf

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Yeah, actually it does work. But initially, it takes around 15 to 20 minutes (after boot that is), and then it grabs signal within 10 seconds.
Weird...Oh well, I don't even use the GPS. The CPU and GPU are super powerful, so it's a great phone I have my CPU overclocked at 1.7GHz and GPU underclocked to 177MHz (but it's still powerful. I don't play games on it).
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