Casio pathfinder prt 2gp GPS settings

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    Casio pathfinder prt 2gp GPS settings

    First of all hello to everyone !

    I'm a Casio fan and always buying Casio's. today I've got a prt 2gp Casio. It's so weird that I cannot find topics about making good gps settings to catch a satellite. Can anybody help me about it ? I'm not a good forum user I searched about this but couldn't find any result

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    Re: Casio pathfinder prt 2gp GPS settings

    Hi and welcome to the forum!
    I can't help with the question but I'm giving the thread a little bump . Maybe someone can answer...

    cheers, Sedi
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    Re: Casio pathfinder prt 2gp GPS settings

    Maybe reading the manual is your best solution for the moment
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    Re: Casio pathfinder prt 2gp GPS settings

    Hello and welcome!

    That watch has module 2240 if I am not mistaken and here is its manual..
    http://ftp.casio.co.jp/pub/world_man.../en/qw2240.pdf

    Hope this helps.

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    Re: Casio pathfinder prt 2gp GPS settings

    Recently bought a PRT-2GP, replaced the battery and read the manual to set up the watch correctly.
    However I'm not getting a GPS lock so far, not even outside in the garden with no trees blocking the signal...
    It sees a lot of satelites on the display (at one time I counted 12 of them), but the dots on the screens should turn in to +-signs to indicate that the watch is communicating with the satelites.
    Most +-signs I got so far is 2 and I think that a GPS device needs at least 3 satelites to calculate your position correctly.

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