User’s Guide hp iPAQ Navigation System Document Part Number: 366337-001 March 2004...
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It identifies your position to an accuracy of less than 10 meters. ✎ Note: The HP iPAQ Navigation System Bluetooth GPS receiver is referred to as the Bluetooth GPS receiver in this User’s Guide. Learning About Bluetooth GPS Features An illustration of the Bluetooth GPS receiver with features follows.
Manually Partnering for Windows Mobile 2002 Operating System ✎ Note: Some devices require you manually partner the Bluetooth GPS receiver and the iPAQ ® PocketPC. This includes devices using Microsoft Windows Pocket PC 2002 operating system. For more information, refer to the Manually Partnering the Bluetooth GPS Receiver and the iPAQ PocketPC section.
3. Tap the Yes tab to search for devices. ✎ Note: iPAQ searches for and displays a list of Bluetooth devices. 4. Tap the check box to the left of the BT-GPS-xxxxxx device in the list. 5. Tap the OK button on the upper right side of the screen.
Note: A Bluetooth GPS icon displays on the Bluetooth Manager screen. 6. Tap and hold the pointer on the BT-GPSxxxxxx icon. 7. Tap on Connect to Serial xxxxxx to establish a connection with the Bluetooth GPS receiver. www.hp.com User’s Guide...
Bluetooth GPS receiver and iPAQ PocketPC are between 5-10 meters of each other. Establishing a Connection 1. Tap Start at the top of the Today screen on the iPAQ PocketPC. 2. Tap the Settings option on the pop up menu.
7. Tap the New tab at the bottom of the Bluetooth screen. 8. Tap Connect! to display the Connection Wizard. 9. Tap Explore a Bluetooth Device from the Connection Wizard options. 10. Tap the Next tab at the bottom of the Connection Wizard screen www.hp.com User’s Guide...
15. Tap the Finish tab at the bottom of the Connection Wizard screen. ✎ Note: A box with the connections displays. 16. Tap the BT-GPS-XXXXXX icon, twice, to establish a connection between the iPAQ PocketPC and the Bluetooth GPS receiver. 17. Green arrows on the icon indicate an active connection.
Checking the GPS Connection Status 1. To check the status for the Bluetooth GPS receiver and the iPAQ PocketPC, tap the Bluetooth icon on the Today screen. ✎ Note: The Bluetooth icon is located on the lower right side of the screen.
If the connection is not active, manually partner the Bluetooth GPS receiver with the iPAQ PocketPC. For more information, refer to Manually Partnering the Bluetooth GPS Receiver with the iPaQ PocketPC section. Receiving Satellite Signals The Bluetooth GPS Receiver gets satellite signals only when there is a clear view of the sky.
✎ Note: The Bluetooth GPS receiver performs at its best when the battery is fully charged. If you are at a location receiving weak signals, verify the Bluetooth GPS receiver is connected to the DC power charger. www.hp.com User’s Guide...
Performing a Soft Reset For many problems associated with the iPAQ Navigation System, the resolution will be to perform a Soft Reset. This is a standard procedure that will not harm the data or settings stored on your Navigation System or your iPAQ PocketPC.
• Allow 5-10 minutes to receive a GPS signal. If GPS receiver has a valid signal, the green LED flashes. I cannot connect my GPS • Check your GPS receiver and your iPAQ PocketPC are within receiver to my PocketPC 5-10 yards apart.
Do not pull on a cord or cable. When unplugging from the or, in the case of theAC adapter, grasp the AC adapter and pull out from the electrical outlet. Airline Travel Notice Use of electronic equipment aboard commercial aircraft is at the discretion of the airline. User’s Guide www.hp.com...