Originally Posted by darkshad01
would anyone happen to have a cab file for agps for at&t network for the fuze, i just realized the custom rom i downloaded the other day doesnt include agps
Yeah. Courtesy of Captain Throwback.
I posted this stuff below by accident in the Rhodium thread this guy made in response to someone lost with GPS and then realized that I was giving Raphael instructions to TP2 people so I might as well put it here in case any of you are using an AT&T Fuze (or any other Touch Pro except the AT&T AGPS settings cab won't help you) and haven't gotten under the hood yet:
If you really don't want to flash a custom rom, you might be able to get AGPS fired up using the cab attached which will tell your phone how to connect to AT&T's AGPS servers (it modifies the registry, but in a safe way, just adding some server entries extracted from an official HTC rom by Captain Throwback who is trustworthy) but you must be using Raphael radio 126.96.36.199 or higher. Depending on when you bought it, your phone may already have radio 188.8.131.52 in which case you're good. To figure that out you can check in Start menu > Settings > System > Device information. If you don't have such a radio, you've got to get one either here
where I explain how to flash radios (and a lot of other stuff) or here
if you already know. So, when you have the right radio and you install this cab, go to Start > Settings > either System or Connections > Assisted GPS or AGPS. If you can't find that, get AdvancedConfig which will let you enable it.
Finally, to tell whether or not your phone's trying to use AGPS, fire up an offline GPS program (not Google Maps) and see if it initiates a data connection. Another clue is whether or not you can get a fix. I'm also attaching GPSTest to do that with. So in review, flash one of those radios if you don't have one (this may include hardspl and rilphone cabs), install the AGPS cab I attached, make sure AGPS is enabled on your phone, cross your fingers and test it.
For those of you using other carriers and want AGPS working, search XDA for "agps settings [your carrier]" and try to track one down. Pain in the balls, all of this, but worth it to get decent/tolerable GPS performance. Another option to consider is going to radio shack and buying a tomtom device.