Suddenly without doing anything particular with my Nokia 700, the GPS receiver stopped working. One day I was able to use Nokia Maps with navigation (showing speed, etc.), Endomondo sports tracker for running, and other positioning dependent apps (like Google Maps) and the next day only A-GPS was working (very innacurate for positioning, and all GPS related data are not possible to see - speed, distance made, etc.). Settings is correct and GPS enabled. Some other SW, whowing satellite status can't now find the GPS module at all and time out.
Anybody with the same problem? Where is the GPS receiver located - is it on the main board? Asked local Nokia service, but got no other info, that I had to give them the phone and they will send it to repair company and I will get it back after 30 days, which is the maximum allowed for fixing under warranty. Due to often travels, this is really too long.
If device has never been dropped before assuming the worst I would exclude any possible software corruption. If you go to Menu > Settings > Application settings > Positioning > Find my location > Positioning methods - is Integrated GPS still "ticked"?
It might be worth backing up essentail data with Nokia Suite upon PC and consider resetting device to "factory defaults" so that GPS is set up from scratch again.
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