Originally Posted by mrjraider
1) i see that most people are getting values no exceeding 60snr.
2) I am not sure whether such high snr on a receiving/transmitting device is safe to use. Does it cause excess radiation? Which could cause health concerns?
There are no health risks here with either GPS or any other wireless connection. You have a pretty good fix with GPS how is this on Google maps? Are you getting a decent fix
Written from my Xperia SP but not forgetting my oldie Samsung galaxy s plus[/QUOTE]
Very good fix, it's almost instantaneous now (i used the paid version of tomtom ) compared to before where it takes a good 4-5 mins with snrs ranging between 20-30.
It seems to find less sats now however, usually 10 now 4-5 but saves a lot of battery
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