In addition, what would prevent us from adding the LG software back onto the phone in order to adjust things?
So, after installing the GB Leak, I noticed that GPS was hosed. I was able to resolve this and get locks again by following the steps below. (This has also been confirmed by Atantian that it fixes GPS when going from the GB leak back down to 2.2.2)
Scroll down to GPS Test
Check Use Extended Conf File (this will be for gps.conf in /data/gps which I will include with the Bionix 2 release)
Click System Settings
Check Use XTRAS
Click SUPL Setting
Click SLP Server Setting
Here, you can test for best results. I am using the Spirent server
Hit back x3
Click Get Position
Session Type> Single Fix
Oper Mode > MS-Based
Go outside in a clear view
Let it do its thing for 10-15...
You should be good to go.
Again, for SLP server, test each one out.
Once done, you can grab GPS Test from the market and should have instant locks.
Changing the supl server to supl.google.com:7276 worked better than any of the other options.
I had the same problem on my Nokia N900. The default supl server was supl.nokia.com which is apparently Europe only. Why this was the default for the US N900 is beyond me. Changing it to supl.google.com reduced my gps fix time from 10-15 minutes to 5-10 seconds.
For those having problems, this post may help. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=1299
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