Linked by Eugenia Loli on Thu 3rd May 2007 19:21 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless was ultra-gracious this month to send us over the Nokia N95, the most advanced multimedia smartphone Nokia ever released. Read on for more information in our review, with plenty of pictures and screenshots.
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RE[5]: GPS and WiFi
by ealm on Fri 4th May 2007 20:15 UTC
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Umm... your GPS doesn't work at all, but still you're capitalizing sure that your phone isn't broken ;)

Ok, if you say so...

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RE: RE[6]: GPS and WiFi
by Eugenia on Fri 4th May 2007 20:17 in reply to " RE[5]: GPS and WiFi"
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I waited 10 mins for GPS to lock in. IT DID find satellites, so it is NOT broken. It just didn't lock in. Maybe it needed more time than 10 minutes. Maybe there were no satellites directly above San Mateo and in conjunction to the GPS antenna not being very strong, the problem happened.

So no, my unit is not problematic. There are other factors to consider. If it was "broken" it wouldn't work at all.

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RE[2]: RE[7]: GPS and WiFi
by linux-it on Sat 5th May 2007 09:23 in reply to "RE: RE[6]: GPS and WiFi"
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It very well could need more than 10 minutes. this *is* normal. Moving the unit negatively will affect the initial lock as well.

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