Discussion in 'Coby Tablet Accessories' started by travboy, Feb 27, 2011.
Was looking at buying a 7015 but didn't know if it could be used as gps unit?
there is no gps radio. the only microsdio card that was a gps is roughly US$80 refurbished.
So if you root the 7015 and install adroid market you won't be able to use google maps? Is that correct?
You can use maps, just not the navigation activity.
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I have a USB GPS Antenna. I wonder if I can get it working with this tablet...I will try when I get home tonight.
I have two different GPS antennas, one is USB (Ambicom) and the other is accessed via bluetooth connection. I have not tried to fiddle with connecting a USB Bluetooth yet.
My question has to do with the Ambicom USB GPS Antenna. Will the Kryos need a driver for this to work? If so, how can I get into the device to work with Maps and Navigation?
Or does anyone know if there is an app with these or similar drivers wrapped in the software?
I would like to work on getting this working...any one have a clue where to begin?
Plug it in and see if it works?
Failing that, check google.
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Hey did you have any luck with that? Let me know. I'd like to try something similar...
Just wondering if anyone has tried connecting the 7015 to a usb GPS? If so, how do i do it and with what software? Which GPS works best?
Any help would be appreciated...
Has anyone figured a way to connect a GPS sensor to this device? My sensor is a Navibe 720gm
Let me know or post an update if you have any luck. I also am trying to find a way to use a usb gps sensor
Any Luck yet? Really want to find a way to make this work...
Are you saying you tried it and it didn't work?
OR possibly a way to make this thing Bluetooth ready and then use a bluetooth GPS? Please help!
hi. i am buying a coby MID7010-4g.
i am also interested to know if the tablet can be made to work with GPS navigation software.
i consider only 2 options to receive GPS data:
* from a BT device (over USB/BT adapter) or
* directly from a USB - GPS device.
there is another option, to use a SD GPS card, but i don't think this is an option.
please post here if anyone have successfully done this.
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