So no, it won't work on your unit without the dangling dongle. The GPS works. So when they first get turned on they are expecting a satalitte geometry for Asia. Applications close Monday https:/… RyanSmithAT: @chrisheinonen If you need some extra space for a 60-inch 4K, let me know. have a peek here
What follows is the explanation and analysis of the GPS performance on the Transformer Prime that should've been published weeks ago. All Rights Reserved tweet share
I feel like mine was all software. Do you have the GPS booster dongle they gave out? While I have my rooted thunderbolt and its GPS works just fine, I was really looking forward to having the Prime as a much nicer device for GPS-related functions. The OG Transformer did so in less than 10 seconds.
But I must admit iPad has been working like a charm. One must question why the fix has to be such a big unit, but at least it is free. You can also check the status on this page.) ASUSTeK Computer Inc. Light-Bleed issues (doesn't affect all units) I don't want to get an iPad 2, so I'm starting to look towards CES to see what might be on offer later in the
ASUS took further action by removing GPS from the list of supported features of the Transformer Prime so at least going forward customers won't be misled. ASUS's responses to this issue have been varied. The downside is my HTC desire with GPS and mobile data gets around 2 hours of battery life (almost useless for a days excursion) A tablet bridges this it can store http://www.androidcentral.com/potential-fix-transformer-prime-gps-needs-no-dongles Additionally, I've been told by a few sources that there is an elusive rare breed of geeks who actually like going outside, who actually voluntarily spend days out side, living and
moving in a car, it loses lock until motionless again... Jon Garrett me too, and its rumored to have an 11"+ screen and only be just slightly larger than the 10.1 !! Discuss This Poll Recent Reviews 83 Daydream View review: A step in the right direction for mobile VR, but not a big one 2016/11/10 6:01am PSTNov 10, 2016 50 Fitbit Charge The only problem here is it attaches to the base of the tablet like we mentioned in our earlier reports, and will take the spot of the optional keyboard dock.
blacksheep No one said it doesn't work. It SHOULD work without Wi-Fi as it goes off of satellite, not the Internet. I will rely on my cell phone for GPS. http://bosseur.net/asus-transformer/asus-eee-pad-transformer-prime-charger-not-working.html Owners wanting to get one of the GPS fix units should visit the ASUS site and follow the directions to order one.
Both tablets are positioned inside a two-story house five feet away from an outside-facing wall with windows. All Rights Reserved. Just because someone paid $500 for a tablet doesn't mean that they're rich.
No joke... rrjp Please show us the survey of people who bought it or admit that you are pulling numbers out of your orifice. David Ruddock Again, it has GPS. Spydie David ruddock, first of all, ipad is available with gps.
It helped me before though I could no longer remember what I did exactly. This makes sense. If we look at the best results we see a much bigger gap between the two: Eee Pad Transformer - Test Case 1, Outdoors Our next test is the worst case this contact form This fix certainly makes it locate those metal birds faster, but it isn't going to fix the whole issue for everyone.
I really didn't want to get the ipad2 but the prime was just unreliable. rrjp ...or it's 90% correct since probably over 90% of GPS usage occurs in cars... Home Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Active Topics What's New? Though stylish, aluminum enclosures are very good at blocking radio waves.
And, furthermore, couldn't you simply buy a cheap hotspot device from your phone service and use it's wifi to get a good GPS signal?
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