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    How to use GPS from Motorola droid 2

    Today I used the beautiful weather to record with a lap to Motorola droid 2 the bike since I had not now be achievable. Because there would be no problem if the battery had been made on the road tired. When starting the battery was at 90%. The app My tracks and set off. When I came home I was reading the following values. That I should have been a mere 7 minutes silence I think this is a mistake because I had except for a small break to ballast to get rid of really stop at just a few lights. Enough for most just a creep with a walking pace in order to bridge the time until they turned green.

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    Re: How to use GPS from Motorola droid 2

    The message can you turn off at the first item. Are probably n racing driver? Have had the Motorola droid 2 the jersey pocket? Mtb had been encouraging with myTracks actually very good experience, especially hm and km were generally very accurate compared with Garmin and Casio Pro Trek. The 3M beside the road are normal, so the accuracy is usually at about 10m. Did mine vertically with the battery cover to the outside into the jersey pocket, as I said there goes well.

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    Re: How to use GPS from Motorola droid 2

    I have had good experiences so far in cycling, compared with a application and the values fit well and match relative slope and slope. But driving on a road bike and gives us relatively steep gradients up to 18. It is 99.99 I think the same random number for each other, hopefully, what I have noticed, the slower you go the more wrong is the slope which is logical if you ever logged based on time. So I had to stand in the plane and the teeter at the intersection a few times already slope.

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    Re: How to use GPS from Motorola droid 2

    Have the right to high-end receivers are not discussed here, but the type of use they use it for more than just finding clues. The route was the way it is from Motorola droid 2. GPS calculated using height data of the surveying offices at myTracks showed me and my distance. Will talk to you again not at all, makes your StarFire certainly a good job but for these purposes, here goes as a route with small and lightweight device, especially given from accuracy to give others the opportunity to retrace or training plan for their own.

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    Re: How to use GPS from Motorola droid 2

    How many have speculated, was really just a coincidence and that Motorola droid 2 My Tracks and can also display three-digit km. During the height meters are apparently ok, bridge ramps are a few small waves and it probably also here in the north slope of the data were actually totally wrong. Legendary -23.9% slope or incline me to be shut down. If it should have been so I'd have to remember the place where I filled up my pants. Every now and again voices came from the handset. What it tells of a white one? Navigation instructions, it was probably not, they came to much or too rare even in places where km far been no diversion.

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    Re: How to use GPS from Motorola droid 2

    On the altitude you can at GPS net leave so real - that's why it has built into some devices barometric altimeter Edge 800 as an example - because the accuracy is very much dependent on appear the angle at which the satellite and how many just visible, it is an at times read, because there are lots of interesting information on GPS. I am was also in search of a good app for mtb. My criteria here was a relatively large display for kmh and distance, and a recording of the route if possible with live view

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    Re: How to use GPS from Motorola droid 2

    My first thought when I saw the phone was another get rid of because you can not pre-installed. Add to that a fairly intrusive indication of the relatively expensive full version. Then I used it today yet again. The treatment can be quite nice, as far as I could judge the values are plausible. On the display of min / max slopes to vote anyway they never waived. The link to Google, Facebook and Twitter are ok but am still undecided whether it is value added or unnecessary waste.

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