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Dr_StrangeTrick

United Kingdom
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Posted - 13 févr. 2005 :  20:54:56  Show Profile
Hi Sound1992 it sounds like your phone may be timing out to the home screen. Go to Settings then Home Screen and change Time out to None and see what happens.
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sound1992

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Posted - 11 juin 2005 :  08:28:58  Show Profile
Just wanna say Mapopolis works awesome for me now! I found out the slow Audiovox performance was due to opening up maps too large (Los Angeles). Routing can be a thus be a bit troublesome since you need to know the counties of start and stop, but otherwise Mapopolis is awesome. It would be nice if Mapopolis had a rerouting feature to avoid a certain freeway/road in times of construction/traffic. Routis had this feature. Keep up the great work!
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lamar@mapopolis.com

USA
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Posted - 12 juin 2005 :  05:35:04  Show Profile  Visit lamar@mapopolis.com's Homepage
Hi, Sound1922, an "avoid roads" feature is on the todo list, and it may contain time-of-day awareness (our Ris's idea). I'll agree that L.A. is a bear on the Smartphones, but have you tried using the quadrant maps instead of the big map?

Lamar

The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.

St. Augustine
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sound1992

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Posted - 13 juin 2005 :  05:19:39  Show Profile
Lamar, that's what I meant when I said LA caused my phone to crash to a halt. The quadrant maps are what I used to get around it and they perfectly, even when I load all 4 of them at once...seems like a strange bug.
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lamar@mapopolis.com

USA
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Posted - 17 juin 2005 :  02:45:32  Show Profile  Visit lamar@mapopolis.com's Homepage
Hi, sound1992,

Sorry I've missed this posting to now, but many Smartphones have a hard time opening maps over a certain size. This has been discussed elsewhere on the net, but if the quadrants work for you and the big map does not, I think you can safely assume that the size of your largest map is within the limits of what your phone will reliably open.

Lamar

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Steffen

United Kingdom
40 Posts

Posted - 29 juil. 2005 :  11:46:04  Show Profile
Since the latest C500 Software http://www.orange.co.uk/c500patch/RUU_1.02_OrangeUK_v4.2.1.1_Ship.exe the Setup is in a different Location.

Press Start
Press 4 for Settings
Press 8 for Bluetooth
Choose Discoverable
Press Menu
Choose Devices
After it's found the Bluetooth Device you can give it a Name
Some GPS Receivers or the Phone need a Pin (Just try 0000 or 1111)
After that Press Menu again
Choose Com Ports
Press Menu
Press 1 Outgoing and assign Com 7
Press Menu
Press 2 Incoming and choose Com 6

That's it

Orange (HTC) SPV E200
512 MB SD Sandisk
Radio Version 2.01.00
Rom 2.6.1.3
Haicom HI203 GPS Mouse
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sound1992

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Posted - 20 août 2005 :  20:03:23  Show Profile
Another thing for those having COM7 unavailable problems...try bonding with an empty passkey rather than '0000'. This helped me get my AVL BT-15 to work. For some reason both '0000' and no passkey both allow me to bond with my receiver, however if I used '0000' I kept getting COM7 unavailable.
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admin_0

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Posted - 23 août 2005 :  18:36:31  Show Profile
I have just gone through all the tips and tricks in this track, but still cannot get my Mapopolis V4.60 charged SPV C500 to communicate with my iTrack GPS BT receiver. The pairing is OK, and using GPSDASH2, I receive data from the GPS reciever, but with Mapopolis nogo.

GPSDASH2 works with COM7 and more or less any speed I try, but not with any other COM port (as expected.

Anyone out there with another trick up their sleeve?

Peter
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