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[aprssig] Verizon Wireless GPS fun

Charlie Rahe crahe at infionline.net
Sun Feb 20 03:54:31 UTC 2005


Mark Fellhauer wrote:
Cool -  works in Lancaster, PA. The voice messages sound like some kind 
of test messages.
Be interesting to know what the other choices give. Have to do some playing.
Thanks, Charlie, AI3L

> These instructions are for an LG VX4400 phone on the US Verizon 
> Wireless network.  I do not know if it will work or how to set it up 
> on other phones, so don't ask me... :)
>
> I do not know if they charge for this either or if it is just an 
> engineering test, so use it sparingly and at your own risk.
>
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> menu
> 0
> 000000
> 2 (field tests)
> 6 (gpsone)
> 2 (gpsone test)
> set to on and use the center select to make certain it is set
> 6 (test num) set it to 922 hit center select select
> hit end
> dial 922 (do not use redial as it will not work)
> should see Network GPS Start
> after 30-60 seconds you should see your coordinates... if you use the 
> scroll buttons around the select you can scroll down and get speeds 
> and direction if you are moving
>
>
> Verified working in Sioux Falls, SD and Temecula, CA.    Spot on.
> I also noticed that when I dial 922, I can hear pieces of a voice 
> conversation, probably not intended...
>
> Regards,
>
> Mark
> KC7BXS
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