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    bluetooth gps <click for more info
    Most phones claiming GPS also require an external receiver and related software.
    This thread is to discuss what GPS enabled phones, bluetoothing to what GPS receiver, and using what software.
    What, WHAT, WHAT


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    Re: bluetooth gps

    Sounds pretty interesting. Bluetooth GPS could be handy somethimes. Might buy it



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    Re: bluetooth gps

    I am thinking about the Freedom Keychain GPS SiRF Star III Receiver with Bluetooth, soon as I get enough money
    And this is the Setup: you use the Palm "Prefs" system app and run the Bluetooth "Setup Devices" .. "Trusted Devices" and when prompted enter 1234 as the passkey and that's it
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    Re: bluetooth gps

    I like the BT-359 from GlobalSat, it is within a few meters of accurate, and it has a continuous use time of 10 hours straight.



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    Re: bluetooth gps

    Got the GPS, it wont pair to the treo, I need GPS software on the phone first?
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    Re: bluetooth gps

    Hey everyone, my friend is on the market for a cheap GPS, she need to get a new one. We've got a pretty nice priced GPS ( Mio C230 GPS system ), if possible we will get one. Do any of you know anythig about it or anything better?
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    Re: bluetooth gps

    Quote Originally Posted by camstuf View Post
    I am thinking about the Freedom Keychain GPS SiRF Star III Receiver with Bluetooth, soon as I get enough money
    And this is the Setup: you use the Palm "Prefs" system app and run the Bluetooth "Setup Devices" .. "Trusted Devices" and when prompted enter 1234 as the passkey and that's it
    Alright, With my keychain GPS, I've paired it to my Treo 755P using TeleNav (Pairing code = 1234)
    It's free to try, but $9.99/mo @ 1 year subscription.
    Works great!!!
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    Re: bluetooth gps groupbuy cheap

    Hello

    If anybody is interested I have found a source of the BT-338 Bluetooth GPS receivers. These are great little receivers, small enough to fit in your pocket and long battery life of 17hours.
    I know these work with nokia maps as thats what I've got. E65.
    Depending on how many people are interested these can be as low as 28+shipping. Currently these are selling on ebay for 45 to 69.

    Let me know if you are interested and also let you mates know too.

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    If you search you will find plenty of very favourable reviews.
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    Re: bluetooth gps groupbuy cheap

    I'm looking to get a bluetooth GPS receiver within the $50 price range. I've been looking at ***.buygpsnow.com/holux-m1000-bluetooth-gps-receiver-m-1000-32ch-waas-auto-on-off-free-vent-mount-826.aspx
    ***.buygpsnow.com/qstarz-bt-q816-32-channel-bluetooth-gps-receiver-32-ch-25-hr-waas-auto-on-off-free-vent-mount-835.aspx

    Does anyone have any experience with either of these products or companies? I'd most likely use it for driving and possibly walking/biking.

    I'll be using the receiver with TomTom 6 if that makes any difference.

    Sorry I don't have the links posted. I don't have 10 posts yet.
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    Re: bluetooth gps

    I have bought BTGP38 bluetooth GPS receiver on ebay for 20$ and it works great with my Nokia n80 and Tomtom 6, AFtrack, ViewRanger,...
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