I bought a brand new Windows 8 tablet (Asus VivoTab). After some difficulties to install Centrafuse I finally managed to run it.
Now, when I try to use Destinator with the built-in GPS receiver, I fail. I can't find it in the device manager. The Bing Maps and Weather App work perfectly. Does anybody know how set it up, so I can use the built-in GPS?
thanks and regards,
thanks for that quick reply. So the alternative is maybe to use a bluetooth gps dongle. Would this work then?
wow, this is awesome :)
I'm having the exact same problem. 30 days would be perfect, as this is the time I have to try CF :)
I'm running last version of CF on the new HP ElitePad. This is running nice but Bluetooth and GPS (which is a Broadcom GNSS) aren't recognized.
I'll follow this thread :)
Thanks in advance !!
Thanks for your answer.
As I crawled the web to find some more infos about the GNSS devices, Turn-by-turn applications for Win8 and so on, I can now confirm that .. nothing exists ..
Many of the companies that were offering a 'laptop' version of their nav soft simply stopped the development (Garmin, iNav, ..) which means never any support for GNSS devices (support could only be offered by a 'bridge software' that would get the GPS info through the API and send it to a virtual COM PORT, which looks like impossible to do so far ...).
Windows 8 Store does not offer anything interesting ...
This all is very disappointing ..
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