Intermittently works on HTC desire Android 2.2.2 Using GPSD in Backtrack 5 R2 with commands gpsd -N -n -D 3 /dev/rfcomm0 The majority of attempts fail on initial pairing/configuration of Bluetooth serial port etc. gpsd fails to pull any GPS data from phone time and time again even though all connections seem to solid on both devices. I have found a work around that seems to consistently work. 1. Switch off handset wifi 2. Restart handset Bluetooth 3. Restart handset (reboot) 4. Then start handset wifi then stop handset wifi 5. Establish your Bluetooth connection as normal 6. Open bluenmea 7. Establish Serial Bluetooth rfcomm0 connection 8. Run gpsd -N -n -D 3 /dev/rfcomm0 9. GPS over Bluetooth should now come flooding though For some reason having wifi enabled dramatically affects the quality of the Bluetooth signal. I hope someone find’s this information useful.
Just the job. Could do with switches for btooth/tcp and display of wifi ip. An exit option could prevent tcp server hangs that require force quit.
Not working on Nexus 6 The display resolution of the app is not compatible with my Nexus 6 Lollipop 5.1.1 To bad, because I really liked this app on my previous phones.
Works great I am using it with gpsd on my laptop over a bluetooth serial port. I wish it had the option to use my altimiter instead of the gps altitude though.
Doesn't work Doesn't work on my htc desire and linux. (It's the app fault, because other similar app works, though not fine neither). Please fix it.
This app used to be amazing. Now it doesn't even work. Jellybean 4.2.2. Pleaaaaasse update it for JB !
don't restart on screen orientation changes