Hello, if this topic has already been beaten to death I am sorry. "GPS" is too short to use for a forum search, even though it (and many other 3 letter acronyms) are pretty important keywords. Anyway... My Nexus 10 tablet has integrated GPS. I got an AGPTek 10" ICS-based tablet for my parents that does not have built-in GPS (see: AGPtek 8GB 10.1"Wi-fi Android 4.0 Internet Tablet - A9 1.2GHz 1GB DDR3 Memory 2160P HDMI w/ 8GB Micro SD Memory Card - Newegg.com). They want GPS though. I've spent days sifting through search after search on the subject of Android tablets and external GPS, but couldn't find anything newer than 2010 when it was definitely an impossibility. We're not using Froyo anymore, so I'm going to ask if anyone knows whether it can be done with 4.0 and higher. Whether it's a USB GPS dongle or bluetooth-based, can an external GPS receiver be connected to and used normally by apps such as Google Maps? I have seen a USB GPS receiver on Amazon that specifically said Android compatibility, but not a whisper more on the subject except for those few reviews where people are getting desperate for answers and are just straight-up asking whether it really is compatible (although no one ever answers these people). I realize that decent tablets have them already integrated, but before I buy them a Garmin dashboard-mount unit to sit alongside their tablet in the car, I just thought I'd try asking everyone here since this is "The #1 Android Tablet Community" and all. Has anyone successfully connected a USB or BT GPS receiver to their tablets? Thanks in advance!