我对T-Mobile德国品牌进行了HTC愿望。上周日我终于获得了来自我的运营商的长期久的Android 2.2更新。更新已成功运行。但是，从那时起，它没有得到GPS位置！蓝点不会锁在Google地图上。另一个GPS应用程序，"GPS状态" 无法获得坐标，即使在近半小时后也是如此。重新启动或重新插入SD卡无济于事。我想知道在这里有人经历过类似的东西。
I have an HTC Desire with T-Mobile Germany branding. Last Sunday I finally got the long-awaited Android 2.2 update from my operator. The update ran successfully. However, since then it doesn't get the GPS location! The blue dot won't lock on Google Maps. Another GPS-App, "Gps Status" cannot get the coordinates, even after almost half an hour. Restart or reinserting the SD-Card doesn't help. I wonder if anyone here experienced something similar after the update.
I had problems with GPS with my new HTC Desire (Froyo out of the box). I downloaded the "GPS Status" and "GPS Test" apps which showed only two satellites but were not locking them. Even Google Maps didn't get a GPS lock. I went outside of my room and tried but no luck. I switched off the cell, removed the battery, SD card and SIM and then put them back and restarted but still no luck.
Then I installed GPS Essentials from the Android Market. I launched the application and changed the following settings:
After this I tapped on "satellites" on the main screen while standing outside. It detected 8 satellites in a few seconds and it was able to lock to 7 of them. After that everything started working including "GPS Status", "GPS Test" and Google Maps (even inside my room).
I had this gps fail happen and when I first used GPS status app it rebooted the phone.
I had travelled to Adelaide from Perth and back and then used the app Skydroid(golf) for the first time since froyo 'upgrade' to discover it wasn't working. Using google earth in Perth had my location still in Adelaide.
Whilst in Adeliade I has some trouble getting it to correctly set the locataion time which was set to automatic use network provided value.
I unchecked this and set the location time to Perth and restarted the phone and everything worked with full gps accuracy.
My theory is that the froyo 'upgrade' some how srews the timebase registry setting that the gps uses to locate and sync with the sats. Some how either by forcing the time reset or the reset caused by GPS status app this was reset and al works well.
Very shonky testing from HTC/google i think.
try using gps status , go to option , capteur,manage a-gps state , choose first reset , then redo and choose download . and do it outside for the first time , it's important. also , check your APN settings in Wireless and network > Mobile network > APN name . Check that the apn selected have "supl" in APN type (in the bottom of the list) , for example "default,supl".
Which version are you updating from? Since Android 2.1 (or 1.5?), most applications will not be able to turn on GPS automatically, for privacy reasons. You need to enable GPS setting:
Settings > Location & Security > Use GPS satellites; there are widgets that allows you to enable GPS from the home screen as well.
I have a HTC Desire that is using 2.2 (though when I got the phone, it was already running 2.2)
I've found the GPS to be pretty good in general - there are times when it is a bit patchy (loses GPS signal even though the surroundings are the "same") and slow to pin-point my location.
What I've found helps is to turn on 3G data while using GPS - this seems to greatly assist the accuracy and speed when finding your location.
Also, a reboot of the phone (or if you feel lazy/in a hurry - turn airplane mode on/off) might help kick some sense into the phone.