Originally Posted by bhambalek
I wanna say my GPS is broken. It's turned on, and location via Wi-Fi is off. Maps can't find a location, and after a couple minutes of waiting, the app GPS Test doesn't show any satellite connections. I was outside during these tests to make sure I could get the strongest signal possible. Is anybody else having these issues as well?
Edit: GPS does work for me. At first I was a bit skeptical, but the device had a hard time connecting to the satellites. I live in a brick house with a tin roof, so any kind of wireless signal's murdered around here. I just had to step further away from my house to get a better signal. I'm going to blame partially the rainy weather and trees covering my yard for blocking my signal. Oh, and orientation is everything apparently. I was resting my tablet on my lap, but when I held it vertically, the GPS signals improved immensely. So, point being, if you're having GPS connection issues, make sure you're in an area with a strong signal, and hold the device correctly.
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Added to the OP:
When GPS is working, you should see a little circle with a blinking dot inside in the lower right-hand corner. Sometimes, the dot might not blink and can seem to influence how well GPS programs work. Its a strange thing but with a simple solution (from myself encountering it on both the TF300 and the TF700): just open the notifications bar and close it again. The dot should be blinking. If not, try actually turning off and then turning back on the GPS via the notifications bar.
Do you think this is the problem you've encountered?
Originally Posted by the_game_master
The only problem I've seen with the Infinity is with the mouse cursor glitch when docked with the keyboard. This only started happening yesterday where the cursor turns into a vertical rectangle and then it becomes difficult to a select a text field to type. Only way to clear it is to shut down, power back up (wish they added a restart option like the Playbook has).
I haven't encountered this issue so I don't know anything else about it. Could you point me to a thread concerning the issue? To resolve the issue of this "rectangular cursor", have you tried switching to the gesture option to see if it also has the same issue or if it can "reset" the mouse cursor?
Also, I've had good results with using Quickboot
to restart easily.