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Don't care about the GPS. Ben nu achter (ja ik ben een genie ) dat zulke threads een extreem vertekend beeld weergeven en dat je het op een ander manier moet doen. 0 Embrodak @lordMocro • Quick Reply Reply luna_c666 View Profile View Forum Posts 29th February 2012, 09:08 AM |#10 Senior Member Thanks Meter: 352 More 779 posts Join Date:Joined: Dec 2011 Less Quote: Svashtar I am very sorry to say, and this might be a shocker to some of you here, but not everyone on this from-god-forsaken world lives in a big apple or http://seesbg.com/asus-transformer/asus-transformer-tf101-gps-not-working.html

Het blijft echter moeilijk om deze te behouden tijdens het navigeren. Natuurlijk wel binnen deze periode contact opgenomen te hebben met de leverancier, in afwachting van een oplossing vanuit Asus, maar deze lijkt uit te blijven. Browse other questions tagged gps asus-eee-pad-transformer or ask your own question. For whatever reason ASUS decided against including a plastic RF "window" in the Prime's design that would have improved GPS reception without sacrificing the majority of the tablet's aluminum construction. http://www.transformerforums.com/forum/asus-transformer-tf101-general-discussions/12238-gps-problem-tf101-not-prime.html

BENCH CPU SSD GPU2013 GPU2012 Smartphone2011 Mobile TOPICS CPUs Motherboards SSD/HDD GPUs Mobile Enterprise & IT Smartphones Memory Cases/Cooling/PSU(s) Displays Mac Systems Cloud Trade Shows Guides FOLLOW Facebook Twitter RSS ABOUT Apple's usage not convincing ganeshts: @guspaz @troywolv That is the problem with ISPs that also deliver TV. steve.droid The prime has the latest broadcomm chip. Eventually GPS signal in the city, especially if there are tall buildings, will be crap as the radio signals trend to bounce on the buildings, same if you are in a

It's an aluminum tablet without a cellular data connection, being used without Wi-Fi. It took several times clearing everything out and eventually it picked and locked on roughly 7-8 satellites and has been working since then. Reply MrSewerPickle - Thursday, January 05, 2012 - link Its an Android App by a company out of the UK called Chartcross that is quite awesome. LOL!

but no luck to get it fix still. I'm glad so many are happy about buying a device that is not 100% operational, but for many, if they are spending that much money, they expect a certain level of I seem to recall there were a number of threads about this earlier on when folks were trying to use their tf01 as a sat nav. De fabrikant heeft ondersteuning voor gps inmiddels ook uit de lijst met specificaties verwijderd.

Then there's the point that you only get this experience when there is no Wi-fi connection available, well of course, you paid for a Wi-fi tablet. Up next ASUS Transformer Prime GPS Wifi Fix [Attempt] - Duration: 9:10. It is NOT wifi positioning, it is global. Why can't we find real tests of gps performance for most devices?

I have to say that after reading some of the comments, I find it amusing how GPS is put on the Pro list over the base model iPad 2, but when http://www.anandtech.com/show/5285/asus-eee-pad-transformer-prime-gps-issue-explained It's not related to the GPS performance on the device. You don't have to have 3g turned on to make the ipad work (I have one). I can’t rely on it anymore.  Even worse, ASUS is proving that you can’t rely on them.

The TF Prime lacks any sort of plastic for the signal to make its way through the aluminum shell, and disassembly of a TF Prime by one XDA user showed no http://seesbg.com/asus-transformer/asus-transformer-keyboard-usb-port-not-working.html CoPilot, Navigon or Sygic.... Jon Garrett me too, and its rumored to have an 11"+ screen and only be just slightly larger than the 10.1 !! ASUS removed GPS support from the Prime's spec sheet and made a public statement about it.

steviedrew so should i buy 1? Register Login: Remember Me? Very cool contrast example for an AMOED screen on top of it being a great GPS test app.Excellent article as always Anand and very cool to take ownership of forgetting to his comment is here Besides, why would I want a measly quad-core tablet if the Tegra 4's are just going to be due out in 9 months anyway?

The Q is - are notebooks having ONLY those por… https://t.co/kgVGy6Tpip ganeshts: [email protected] Thunderbolt 3's versatility should be complementary to existing ports, not full-blown replacement. If someone has an issue, return it. The most we can get is a Wifi-geolocation approximation.

Without thorough testing issues like this can go by unnoticed and the customers are the ones who end up suffering.

No more rebooting, no more crashing, no more freezing. What follows is the explanation and analysis of the GPS performance on the Transformer Prime that should've been published weeks ago. Unless the shell extends behind the screen then there should be no problem with GPS signals getting in unless Corning has perfected StarTrek-like transparent aluminum. 2. If they don't think they did something wrong, why remove mention of GPS from their web site?

Admittedly it wouldn't be ideal but at least it could offer a practical solution for this. Kenny O First off, shout out to Dave - it's because of your reporting that I'm not still waiting another month to get the Prime. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed weblink I tether the Transformer to my Nexus One for internet so at first I thought using the "Use wireless networks" for location was just trying to get the location from the

I cancelled my pre order over the Wifi concerns and glad I did as the GPS will be a major issue for me. I'd be glad to house it indefinitely, as a favor RyanSmithAT: @jamezrp I also wanted to see if perf improved over the OG PS4, but obviously historical results are no good Simple as that. I would be really disappointed if I got a tablet with crappy gps.

De snelheid zakt vrij snel in naar onwerkbaar zodra de afstand te groot wordt, waarbij bijv. Zo van; sorry meneer, GPS wordt niet officieel ondersteund. Paul C The upgrade didn't help. TF No longer charges: Clicky Transformer won't boot: Clicky Power / Lock button issues: Clicky Flash downloaded ASUS Firmware: Clicky Reply With Quote 01-03-2012,11:14 AM #3 MrMorden[OP] Soundwave Member # 17204

It took about two minutes to get a GPS fix but it worked. Dandan2 My TF101 browser (original) is no longer working that well after update, lots of delays and pauses when it comes to video. WiFi range isn't as good as the all-plastic Transformer, but functional antenna diversity did make best case performance virtually identical in our tests. rrjp ...or it's 90% correct since probably over 90% of GPS usage occurs in cars...

I have a cell phone with GPS, I have Tom Tom, with GPS. If I had to guess, I'd say ASUS probably didn't view GPS reception as a significant enough feature of the Transformer Prime to warrant a design change to improve its performance. If you bought a TF Prime relying heavily on the supposition of GPS performing offline very well, then yes, I'd say you're entitled to a refund. Published on 11 May 2012As promised, the full GPS story to counterbalance the bonkers one I did a couple of weeks ago.Thanks for watching, commenting, subscribing *thumbs up* :) Category Science

I talked innumerable people into a Transformer, simply by using it every day, everywhere. Wil je meer informatie over cookies en hoe ze worden gebruikt, bekijk dan ons cookiebeleid. Thanks. and it still locks up!