Updating motorola gps
However, some Marshmallow-powered Android users have noticed GPS connectivity struggles to lockdown a location, which is bad news for those with a bad sense of direction.
Luckily there is a fix for the spotty GPS connectivity.
Unfortunately there will always be times when GPS fails you.
If you find yourself in a particularly built-up area or somewhere on the edge of civilisation then ultimately the signal from GPS satellites could become lost in the ether.
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A lot of things have changed over at Moto following the takeover by Lenovo.
It's hard to justify the resources to update something like that, but you can't just leave the owners behind. Yesterday, Lenovo/Moto put up a new support page with details of the Wear 2.0 update, indicating that it will start soon. The Android Wear 2.0 update for the Moto 360 Sport is now rolling out.
Looks like most of the complexity used by Android is not actually needed to get the 2G/3G modem working :) Further tests were not possible with the 32C3 sim card, which is currently inside of my D4.Related: Android Oreo features However, despite initially promising the G4 Plus would get Oreo, it was nowhere to be found on the upgrade roadmap.Now, parent company Lenovo has released a statement putting the G4 Plus omission down to an error with the G4 Plus’ original marketing materials (see below).Other trick is to simple concatenate “,agps”to the default value of your APN Type on your Motorola G to fix the GPS losing signal issue.Update 1: For some user’s – specially Brazilian Users – this trick does not work.
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