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Find you GPS parameters
External BlueTooth GPS
Installation and setup
Using NoniGPSPlot
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The different zooms
Setup an alert for a point
Plan a route
Share my position
Follow a shared position with NoniGPSPlot
Follow a shared position with NoniMapView
Using maps
Organize the maps / groups of maps.
Use moving map from GoogleMap (or YahooMap, VirtualEarth, OpenMapStreet...) with NoniMapView
Calibrate a map with eMapZone
Split a big map
Automatic downloading of maps.
My GPS does not react if I'm moving too slowly: The StaticNagivation
Filter the track

The Static Navigation

Warning: this change is at your own risk!

GPS contain internal filtering algorithms to avoid the noise and provide a more stable position.
One of these algorithms is based on speed. It follows that if the speed is less than 3mi/h, GPS will ignore you move (within some limits). This algorithm is lead by a, internal parameter : Static Navigation.

If you use your GPS pedestrian (or low speed), it is best to disable it. As against, you may end up with a position that stabilizes difficult at stop.

To view and change this setting, go to the
advanced setup menu of the GPS and use the 'Display status', 'Force to ON' and 'Force to OFF' buttons

By default, those functions are disabled!, As they can change the internal configuration of your GPS
Unfortunately I have no way of knowing if your GPS is compatible.
To access those function, you must check the option 'Function to manage StaticNav' in the general setup menu and accept the message saying it is 'at your own risk'

What do these functions?

Potential problems
In case of problems, you can follow this tutorial (you can directly put the proper COM) and try to reset the configuration NMEA.

If your GPS does not support these functions, I can not do anything ...