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GPS Issue with LG G2 mini?

25th March 2015, 10:07 PM   |  #21  
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No, it just has a very bad GPS sensor.

Sent from my D620r [Stock 4.4.2]

Thank you for information, meanwhile I have found this youtube that shows it in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVmBdDyNpZw

So - Does it mean there is no way to fix it? (replace sensor) .

It looks the only way is to sell it to somebody who does not care about bad GPS signal......
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Thank you for information, meanwhile I have found this youtube that shows it in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVmBdDyNpZw

So - Does it mean there is no way to fix it? (replace sensor) .

It looks the only way is to sell it to somebody who does not care about bad GPS signal......

There is an app, whose name I can't remember, that improves it slightly.

Sent from my D620r [Stock 4.4.2]
Yesterday, 10:39 AM   |  #23  
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There is an app, whose name I can't remember, that improves it slightly.

Sent from my D620r [Stock 4.4.2]

well, I use activeGPS , but it only slightly helps in case you are walking and randomly opening the mobile to check the location - it puts you faster to the place, but it does not help with accuracy at all.

So no way to tear down the phone, adding some metal wire to help gps antenna?
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well, I use activeGPS , but it only slightly helps in case you are walking and randomly opening the mobile to check the location - it puts you faster to the place, but it does not help with accuracy at all.

So no way to tear down the phone, adding some metal wire to help gps antenna?

I don't know if that will help.

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EDit: ok, so the best way is to sell it..
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