1. cltatenza's Avatar
    My issue is that in certain locations, my current (cell) location is completely wrong. Right now I'm in Phoenix, but my phone thinks it's in Salt Lake City. In Dallas, it thinks it's in NJ. Now, this isn't always a problem, but it happens enough to be annoying. The GPS function usually fails because of being indoors.

    Anyone else have this problem? Is there a solution?

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    02-25-10 12:08 PM
  2. cltatenza's Avatar
    Bump! Is it possible that I could be picking up a signal routed through these locations or something?

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    02-26-10 12:12 AM
  3. FF22's Avatar
    There are other threads on this issue. Seems it thinks it is in NJ on a number of devices.

    The gps needs a clear view of the sky to locate the device. So anytime you are indoors where that cannot be achieved, the readings can be really bogus. I get a reading on the second floor of my shingled house but not on the 1st floor. So you should not expect any kind of accurate results inside. Add a second location that is specific and not gps-dependent.
    02-26-10 08:56 AM