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  • Troubleshoot Positioning Issues with your GPS Tracker

    When referring to GPS tracker, positioning is one of the most important issues that you will face inevitably. Then, what you can do when you encounter the positioning problems? Well, view the following Q & A before contacting your supplier. It does help and improves efficiency.
     
     
    GPS is turned on, but it can’t be positioning, why?
    a. Stay in the room, under the tree or keep still for a long time may affect GPS signal reception.   
    b. Whether GPS is shielded or not. (e.g., near military region or community)
    c. Overhaul needed when device still can’t be positioning even the signal is strength.
     
     
    How to change base station positioning to satellite positioning?
    The device will automatically switch to base station positioning if satellite signal is weak. To use satellite positioning, please ensure the signal is good and there is no metal material above the device.
     
    Why the device is positioning incorrectly?
    Generally speaking, base station locating is not accurate. To be positioning correctly, you can set the GPS time period.
     
    What to do as the device is incorrectly positioning?
    Generally speaking, base station locating is not accurate. To be positioning correctly, you can set the GPS time period.
     
    How to switch the GPS mode and LBS mode?
    a. When GPS is positioning, its icon is still (full signal) and will be turned off in 20 seconds. If GPS is not positioning, it turns off in 5 minutes and starts again in 30 minutes.
    b. GPS works 20 minutes when it is activated by platform and SOS alert. Otherwise, GPS turns off after 20 seconds of positioning. Even GPS is not positioning, it will turn off in 5 minutes.
    c. When GPS doesn't work, it switches to LBS mode.
     
    With the above summary, most positioning issues can be solved. Of course, if the problems still exist, welcome to contact us. Concox is always delighted to serve you!
     
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