10-02-2004, 09:48 PM
A few weeks ago I saw on Handango, a Bluetooth GSM receiver navagaion system, that worked on the Symbian platform. They even had a multimedia demo of the system. I can't find it any longer. I was wondering what happened to them.
They sold their system 3 ways. 1)Month to month
subscription if you have a Bluetooth GSM receiver .
2)The system with a Bluetooth GSM receiver or 3)The
system without the Bluetooth GSM receiver.
Any one else saw that system?
11-02-2004, 08:40 AM
GSM Navigation Sytem?I've heard of GSM tracking,but i don't think there is such device for sale.Don't you mean GPS?Can you explain a little more how this piece of hardware works.
11-02-2004, 06:53 PM
All these darn letters, I get them confused.
12-02-2004, 12:16 AM
i think its only for 6600;)
Works with/uses EMTAC Bluetooth GPS receiver.
12-02-2004, 07:22 PM
I was definatly a GPS navigation service for the 3650. I was able to watch a deminstration of the system on their website and they showed my phone.
Someone else had to have seen it.
19-02-2004, 06:27 PM
Is this what you are referring too?
T-Mobile NaviGate BlueKit (http://www.t-mobile-international.com/CDA/t-mobile_deutschland_newsdetails,1705,0,newsid-2208,en.html?w=1024&h=634)
It was for the 3650. T-Mobile UK even sold it to New Customers who purchased a 3650 with activation.
23-02-2004, 01:59 PM
Wayfinder, as mentioned above, works with 3650 also
07-03-2004, 06:42 AM
How come WayFinder isn't available for the United State? Is there any Navigation program or app available to the US?
07-03-2004, 11:49 PM
I went on a bluetooth, GPS and this forum and no one knew what I was asking about.
The name of the GPS mobile navigation service that was on handango for a short time was GPWare. It seems as though this system offers a great service for symbian phone owners. I was looking to learn more about GPWare when it was gone from Handango for some reason, which I thought was strange. I had saved a link and just found it again. I wonder how they are getting there name out there.
28-04-2006, 02:22 PM
you can also try nav4all, which support mots of the nokia phones, its free until august 15.
downlaod at www.nav4all.com
Iīm confused... GSM Navigation, or GPS Navigation? Because if is GSM Navigation, is not a navigation at all. Is a network operator service, done with triangulation of base terrestrial antenas. Is a service with some potencial to track trucks or taxis fleetīs. If is a GPS Navigation, than it need to have a GPS Antenna, by bluetooth, or card (SDIO system - Windows Mobile) and the maps may be on-line by GPRS connection, ex. Wayfinder (or, I saw now, Nav4all), or resident maps, ex. Tomtom or Route 66.