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Discussion in 'GPS 101 - Which GPS For Me' started by PDX Alamo, Feb 19, 2017.
I removed the Sprint sim. That seemed to work.
does your sprint version's gps function while in airplane mode ?
att = no
If I remember correctly yes it does
Mine does, even on an airplane in airplane mode
The only time my phones are not in airplane mode are when I'm logged in to Wi-Fi for a reason.
Fixed that for ya lol
excellent, thank you a ton!!!
Me too, my nonactivated sprint phone works great
Little update on the Leepiya cheapo wireless charger I got off amazon: 1. It will drain your battery if you don't put a on/off switch on it. So I did that. 2. Took it for a longer ride and it worked well, charged my phone from 94 to 100% over a 2 hour ride w/ gps & screen on the whole time. Continues to hold the phone very well. Overall I'm happy with it.
Thank you for the update. I bought one too, but have not had a chance to use it yet...
Yes my Sprint phone GPS works without service.
What’s the advantage of being able to use your GPS in airplane mode ??.
Airplane mode turns off cell service among other things that will preserve battery
I don’t have any service plan for my phone ( GPS only),will it still benefit me ?.
Yes. It will prevent your device from searching for a cell signal even if you don't have service or a Sim card
THANK YOU !!
I am selling a Kyocera Dura Force Pro if anyone is interested... Open to reasonable offers. Cheers.
I see that this charger is a "Qi" charger. I thought the Duraforce phone uses the PMA standard. Can anyone confirm this?
Only the Sprint version uses PMA as far as I know. My Verizon model uses qi
Replying a few weeks late, but Blackview phones can be very hit or miss in the US. I had the BV8000 for a couple years and it worked reasonably well on AT&T, but versions older and newer apparently do not. I bought it largely for travel, because it took dual sims plus a SD card. The company is more or less non-existent as far as customer service goes so you should hope to be somewhat savvy. And for a rugged phone, the internals were not that well built. I'd avoid a Blackview if you live in the US.
att uses pma also. my Verizon users qui