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  1. Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)
    I heard there's some device to make your smartphone GPS more precise while driving. Anyone can advice one? I heard Leo Laporte there's a device you put on your car and attach antennas around and connect it to your smartphone with an app or something and Google Maps will be incredibly fast and...
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  2. Windows 10
    So, my desktop PC does not have a GPS. I think it's trying to use the network to determine my location when I use things like my bank's ATM finder website, or mapping sites. However it never finds the correct location. It seems to give me random locations all across the country for some reason...
  3. Hardware
    One of these devices, intended to eventually run a software clock: ESG-GPSGLNS-01 https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/WMQAAOSwAQVb8oiL/s-l1600.jpg Bulk-packed, no instructions, no drivers, apparently plug & play, but...maybe not. I can't get either my desktop to recognize nor install it, and...
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  4. All Other Software
    Hello! I hope I am posting this to the right place... I was having this issue with my last Android phone (LG G5). My Google Maps navigation would not work, and other apps that used Google Maps would just say "GPS signal lost". The app gives me accurate directions and info for public transit...
  5. Apple Mobile Devices
    Hello all, I am in a difficult situation at the moment. Someone who I knew a few years ago is tracking my location by "pinging' my iPhone 7. I recently went into an Apple store and they advised me to switch off my location services which worked for a while. The hacker then went on to find my...
  6. Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)
    Anybody here ever open up or is familiar with the internals of a Garmin GTM 25 power adapter with real time traffic FM receiver? I have a Garmin Nuvi 1350 GPS unit that came with the GTM 25 that is out of warranty. The power output became intermittent when the cable was flexed where it entered...
  7. Hardware
    I do map work on OpenStreetMap. One tool I use to map is PC Navigator. It allows you to record a route that you can later upload to OSM or use as the basework to manually edit the map. However, it requires that I purchase a GPS adapter that can connect to a PC. I bought a GlobalSat BU-353-S4...
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