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    Default improve receiving The signal fast

    I have winca s160 (m691 ) to corolla - Android 4.4.4
    it take a nearly 10 minute to receive Satellite GPS Signal.
    I found The below in Group he claim it improve receiving The signal fast( it should put in sys.txt file) does it is right or not

    [gps]
    accept_position_at_precision_change=1
    accuracy_workaround=0
    location_net=1 ;2
    location_gps=1 ;2
    ;this should be in android igo9 config:
    background_navigation=1
    location_log=0
    location_log_filename=”gpslog/LocationManager”
    min_distance_timestamp=1000
    read_total_timeout=500
    read_buffer_size=128
    discard_dop_level=49.0
    gps_fix_ignores_num_satellites=1
    min_valid_heading_speed=0
    first_valid_precision_distance_threshold =0

    another data
    [gps]
    location_net=1
    location_gps=1
    background_navigation=1
    com_port_speed = 9600
    baud=57600
    read_total_timeout=500 ;(100)
    read_buffer_size=128 ;(256)
    accuracy_workaround=0 ;read by dex file
    protocol=ndr,nmea
    discard_dop_level=49.0 ;(-1.0)double
    delay=200 ;(250)
    location_nmea=1 ;(0)
    location_log=0
    accuracy_workaround=1
    location_gps=1
    location_net=1
    location_nmea=1
    set_messages=0
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    You should ask this question in iGO section, since it is related to it.

    >> Com and baud ports depends on your device characteristics. If you don't know them, leave values to auto, or delete them.

    >> Only info you really need is
    [gps]
    location_gps=1

    >> Line
    location_net=1
    is active only if you have online access. If you don't, delete it.

    >> Other lines, you can use from both sections combined (don't double them).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boki_Srb View Post
    You should ask this question in iGO section, since it is related to it.

    >> Com and baud ports depends on your device characteristics. If you don't know them, leave values to auto, or delete them.

    >> Only info you really need is
    [gps]
    location_gps=1

    >> Line
    location_net=1
    is active only if you have online access. If you don't, delete it.

    >> Other lines, you can use from both sections combined (don't double them).
    Dear Boki_Srb,
    sorry , but i tried to find which section to send my inquiry , when i failed , i wrote in gps-free-talk.

 

 

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