Yes, turn off A-GPS and network positioning and use only integrated GPS. You get fixes slower though and less accurate.
Go to Menu>Apps>Location>Position>Positioning Settings and untick everything except for integrated GPS.
After starting a route on any map I am asked whether I want an internet connection to the shop which I do not want. Although I made any connection impossible (hopefully) because I want a free of charge navigation - may it be not as precise as possible - the message still appears and after anwering - no - the blue route disappears. Question: What did I do wrong or what settings do I have to set? The answer in Re: Ovi maps on Nokia 5230 from 10-Apr- 2010 did not help. Also there is no >Apps>Location>Position path on my 5230.
12-04-2010 19:13 - edited 12-04-2010 19:20
sorry to hijack this post.... Does the nokia 5233 have integrated gps? I mean not a-gps, I just saw it has network based and bluetooth gps.
Depends on your definition of accurate. GPS accuracy can be affected by atmospheric conditions. weather, obstacles etc, and all this before you consider the innacuracies designed ionto the system. While I would not use it to survey a property, most of the time, it is accurate enough for it's intended purpose, which is navigation.