Thanks for the response cruz.
I never thought of it being the CDMA radio chip actually calculating the triangulation location.
The phone does triangulate when forced into CDMA, which then shows up in GMM. Unfortunately when I go back to GSM the triangulation does stop updating.
The triangulation worked great on my old GSM Pearl, as well does work on my friend's Telus Storm running in CDMA mode.
Actually it A-GPS with CDMA. The afore mentioned suggestion, should not be construed or interpreted as a standalone resolution. A "work-around' for lack of a beter term is more fitting. Essentially you have two systems working "half-assed" and thats the best its going to get.
Originally Posted by nerotc
Some will find a marginal rate of success, other may get nothing at all.
There are other threads on the net dealing with this very issue, that are more technically in depth, that terminate with the same conclusion. I assume you weren’t looking for technical double talk, and therefore chose not to steer you in that direction. If you would like more info on the positioning technologies, pm me and I will be happy to provide it.
Good luck in you endeavors.
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