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[resolved] Google maps + GPS disconnect the data connection


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#1 E. DESVIGNE

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 10:47 AM

Hello,

Since I install cyanogenmod 6 (RC1, RC3, and now, the final release), I find a embarrassing (and not corrected) problem with Google maps.

If I activate GPS and a phone data connection (2G or 3G), when I run Google maps, it disconnects the data connection (for all applications). Rem. :
  • it's not the case if I run maps with a Wifi connection (all works fine in this case, so, it's not a physical problem with the GPS chip),
  • and maps doesn't disconnect the data connection if GPS is not activated.

Google maps is the single software I have witch simultaneously uses a data connection and GPS, so I don't know if the bug is specific with Google maps, or if it's a general problem linked with GPS+2G/3G data connection.

I tried to uninstall and reinstall Google maps with Market, but it doesn't correct the problem.

My configuration :
  • HTC Magic phone (G2, B version),
  • Android 2.2 with CyanogenMod-6.0.0-DS (final release),
  • Radio : 62.50SC.20.17H_2.22.23.02 (the problem was the same with the original 62.50SC.20.17H_2.22.19.26I version),
  • Google apps version : FRF91 (Google Addon MDPI-Tiny-20100816).

Thank's for your help...

Edited by E. DESVIGNE, 31 August 2010 - 11:22 PM.


#2 E. DESVIGNE

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Posted 30 August 2010 - 10:22 PM

Up !

Am I alone with this problem ?

#3 E. DESVIGNE

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Posted 31 August 2010 - 11:06 AM

Up ?!?!

#4 Fatoufred

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Posted 31 August 2010 - 11:54 AM

 E. DESVIGNE, on 29 August 2010 - 10:47 AM, said:

Hello,

Since I install cyanogenmod 6 (RC1, RC3, and now, the final release), I find a embarrassing (and not corrected) problem with Google maps.

If I activate GPS and a phone data connection (2G or 3G), when I run Google maps, it disconnects the data connection (for all applications). Rem. :
  • it's not the case if I run maps with a Wifi connection (all works fine in this case, so, it's not a physical problem with the GPS chip),
  • and maps doesn't disconnect the data connection if GPS is not activated.

Google maps is the single software I have witch simultaneously uses a data connection and GPS, so I don't know if the bug is specific with Google maps, or if it's a general problem linked with GPS+2G/3G data connection.

I tried to uninstall and reinstall Google maps with Market, but it doesn't correct the problem.

My configuration :
  • HTC Magic phone (G2, B version),
  • Android 2.2 with CyanogenMod-6.0.0-DS (final release),
  • Radio : 62.50SC.20.17H_2.22.23.02 (the problem was the same with the original 62.50SC.20.17H_2.22.19.26I version),
  • Google apps version : FRF91 (Google Addon MDPI-Tiny-20100816).

Thank's for your help...

+1
Idem for me!!
The same problem+wifi problems

Regards

#5 E. DESVIGNE

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Posted 31 August 2010 - 11:20 PM

 Fatoufred, on 31 August 2010 - 11:54 AM, said:

+1
Idem for me!!
The same problem+wifi problems

Regards

I've found the solution !!! It's an old bug that some people are trailing since Android 1.6, and wich is always not actualy corrected !

The solution : you must have only one APN set in your mobile network configuration.