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Support => Troubles & Questions => Topic started by: elmuSSo on January 10, 2012, 06:11:27

Title: Reset A-GPS data always successful
Post by: elmuSSo on January 10, 2012, 06:11:27
Hi. Why "Reset A-GPS data" is always successful? Even if I turn off all internet connections? This is at least strange.
Title: Re: Reset A-GPS data always successful
Post by: menion on January 10, 2012, 06:25:41
thanks, checked, fixed
Title: Re: Reset A-GPS data always successful
Post by: elmuSSo on January 10, 2012, 07:13:26
Quote from: "menion"
thanks, checked, fixed

Cool. Is there any way to see this A-GPS data. In some readable form. I was always wondering what exactly is there and what exactly is being updated. Can you also add some automatic A-GPS updates every X days?
Title: Re: Reset A-GPS data always successful
Post by: menion on January 10, 2012, 07:40:54
I don't think that this is necessary. A-GPS data are only more precise orbit parameters of satellites. They are useful only for more quick gain of GPS Fix and mainly, system should handle A-GPS data itself. Anyway I cannot display these data, even a reset of A-GPS is quite a hack to system, not a regular function supported by android. Data are probably stored in some private database so even for just display, root will be needed for sure
Title: Re: Reset A-GPS data always successful
Post by: elmuSSo on February 29, 2012, 22:58:13
Not the situation is reversed. When Im clicking on this option - A message is shown: "Request sent". And thats it. I dont have any confirmation that the operation was successful. There should be some tiny information showing what is the status of the request or when the A-GPS data was updated last time.  The information shouln't be in form of Toast, because it is very easy to miss it.
Title: Re: Reset A-GPS data always successful
Post by: menion on March 01, 2012, 06:21:19
I neither have some confirmation. Only what I do is say to system "hey, try to load new A-GPS data". That's all ..