02/21/2011, 12:45 PM
It matters as a device really should not require aGPS. It should be able to do things on it's own. That's the thing I need to test most, that standalone GPS works for the majority of people. Then, when you mix in aGPS, Google Services, etc, it only helps.
Originally Posted by JesseJstreet
For those who's GOS fails -- give me some info.
1.) Were you indoors?
2.) Do you live with tall buildings or mountains around?
3.) Were you moving in a car, walking down the street, or sitting in a stationary position?
A lot of things affect GPS, so these details are critical to know before we can go saying Verizon borked GPS (which didn't happen IMO, but everyone will say they did).