Royaltek GPS bt reciever, which software to get???

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  1. Shinno

    Shinno Crazed Owl

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    Hello

    I own a Palm Tungsten T3 and a royaltek bluetooth GPS reciever. The GPS reciever was used in conjunction with an HP ipaq before, with software I rcieved with the GPS hardware.

    But now that i've switched to palm, can i still use the GPS reciever on my palm device?? if so, which mapping software can i use? and will this software recognize my bluetooth GPS reciever?

    I did some research, and it seems Mapopolis may work, but i KNOW there is other software out there that works and looks better... can someone give me some recommendations? MUCH APPRECIATED!!
     
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    Mapopolis should indeed work though I seem to understand TomTom is the most used here.

    I use Viamichelin Mapsonic on my T3 but that would only be an option if you are base.d in Europe.
     
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    hey holvoetn thanks for the reply... it's what i've been looking for.. it tells me that i can still use my gps reciever with my palm, just as long as i find the right software.

    Thanks again!
     
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