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Old 02-26-10, 11:18 AM   #1
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GPS for Motorola 9Qc

I have a Motorola 9Qc and I've been trying to find a GPS download or device for it but no luck. Anyone have any ideas?
From what I've read on the world wide inter-web, is that it should work and that there is a "hack" that you can do. I've not been able to figure it out (yes I'm dumb).
Could be be my service provider? I have the liberal bleeding heart company Credo and they have not been much help. Hey they're hippies, not techno nerds.
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It appears to be a network dependent feature according to Motorola US. See footnote 2.

http://www.motorola.com/Consumers/US...-9c-Lime-US-EN
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Thanks. That helps.
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The CDMA q9c/m do not have a true GPS chip like the GSM q9H which cn be enabled, its limited to aGPS.
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