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Dopod D810 (Trinity) wwe test rom with GPS Enabled

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IamGuest

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Jan 31, 2005
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iantaylor27

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Aug 30, 2006
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Gps

ROM version: 1.23.707.2
ROM date: 12/28/06
Radio version: 1.29.00.11
Protocol version: 32.62.7020.06H

This version is the GPS function enabled. (on COM9)


ftp://xda:[email protected]_WWE_1.23.707.2_6275_1.29.00.11_108_Test.exe



FYI: Try to check this link, His Trinity comes with SirfIII GPS chipset.
http://www.pdamobiz.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=77312&PN=1


Uploaded.. Enjoy. :)

I find that a bit hard to believe that his trinity comes with Sirf111 module, must have a special version.

I will still await afficial rom update
 

export800

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Apr 13, 2005
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gps works here too.. had a HTC P3600 that I used the paid unlocker and flashed this rom on. So far so good. As far as accuracy i'm not one to ask as I'm not a GPS expert but it seems decent and i'm happy so far.
 

jsong

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Apr 14, 2006
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I've installed the ROM and enabled the Control Panel for GPS (Registry edit). It REALLY works. My GPS is on COM Port 9as stated. However, I don't have any GPS software and I'm using the Trial Version of Mapking G10 and it does fix and navigate!
 

SecureGSM

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GPS does work fine. I have tested with TomTom 6.x ( gps connection is configured as "BT GPS receiver, on port: COM9 GPS)

It takes longer time to recieve GPS fix then with SIRF III chipset driven GPS receiver. I had to wait for almost 6 minutes to receive GPS fix. Otherwise I have no issues so far with it.

Tested in Melbourne, Australia in build up area.

I didn't have to change / enable anything in registry. It workls out of the box. GPS chipset is initialised upron GPS connection request from navigation software (TomTom in my case).
 

kitcar

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Nov 23, 2005
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GPS does work fine. I have tested with TomTom 6.x ( gps connection is configured as "BT GPS receiver, on port: COM9 GPS)

It takes longer time to recieve GPS fix then with SIRF III chipset driven GPS receiver. I had to wait for almost 6 minutes to receive GPS fix. Otherwise I have no issues so far with it.

Tested in Melbourne, Australia in build up area.

I didn't have to change / enable anything in registry. It workls out of the box. GPS chipset is initialised upron GPS connection request from navigation software (TomTom in my case).

Which one are u using? HTC p3600, Dopod D810, Dopod 9100 or others?
Have u unlock the cid ?
 

thommic

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Jun 20, 2006
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Could someone please explain step by step how its been done?

Far as I understood you used the Paid unlocker. What have you done exactly?

Afterwards your Trinity has a SuperCID? And you are able to flash the FW offered here?

Please give me a little help. I bricked a TyTn 3 Weeks ago and I cant brick that one too. Gets a little bit expensive. ;)
 

export800

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Apr 13, 2005
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unlocked device using the imei-check http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=291050

Once this was done device was superCID'd and I was able to just flash the firmware as normal.
So far I am very happy with the new firmware. It seems quicker.. and the GPS is working great. My initial fixes have been very rapid less than a minute. So far I am very impressed with the GPS feature (much better than I feared it would be) and doubt I will ever use my bluetooth SirfStarIII device again. Also the "E"dge Icon is now functioning under this ROM.