Started by pmoravec, July 06, 2011, 18:03:45
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Quote from: "berkley"Hi, I am not sure, but you could try the following: - go to Android bluetooth settings- delete the bluetooth connection which is connected with Locus- go to Locus and start bluetooth GPS serviceOf course, you can add the "wrong" bluetooth device again to your Android device after the steps above worked. Cheers, berkley
Quote from: "menion"hey, exact keys are visible in this file?? Interesting ... yes this is solution ... I'll add another solution into next version. When you disable Bluetooth GPS in settings, I'll also clear this settings, so next time you enable it, you'll have to choose BT GPS device again. Is this solution OK?
Quote from: "menion"understand, but this is not needed. I added new settings into GPS settings screen that reset active connection. Works fine and doesn't confuse users by some more button on gps screen. This useful only rarely ...