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[HELP] vegacomb and gps royaltek bt: paired but not connected

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hi,

i try all the ways i know to connect vega vegacomb 3.2 9n up3 to my bt gps royaltek.

i can pair all two device, but then i can't connect. i don't know why.

i would like to use vega like a navigator (ndrive, or other).

help me, pls

bye

db

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tried using the Bluetooth GPS Provider app by mobile-j.de to turn the gps on ?

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tried using the Bluetooth GPS Provider app by mobile-j.de to turn the gps on ?

yes, but no solved

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does the gps provider app fail to start the device or is it google maps that isn't seeing it ?

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does the gps provider app fail to start the device or is it google maps that isn't seeing it ?

no, the device is paired but i cannot connect him to vega, and i don't know why.

then the app see the gps but don't work, when i press start.

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If you're looking in the bluetooth list and waiting for it to say paired and connected it won't. As long as the bluetooth indicator on the gps is indicating a connection you're connected. This will only happen after you select start in the bt gps app.

Edited by IanTurner
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Have you selected mock locations in developer options? I think this is needed to use a bluetooth GPS dongle.

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If you're looking in the bluetooth list and waiting for it to say paired and connected it won't. As long as the bluetooth indicator on the gps is indicating a connection you're connected. This will only happen after you select start in the bt gps app.

well done!!! it works. you were right

tnx

ps: ndrive can't work with a bluetooth gps :( i will try copilot.

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