> The Treo 700 series phones (P and WX) do not even have a GPS radio built into the device. The only thing they use is position locating via cell tower for E-911 access only.
I can't speak to the presence or absence of a GPS in this device yet,
but it sounds like Jason knows what's going on there.
> It's either a new device with a built in receiver/radio or editing the xml to a static location.
But the good news is that with the latest version, if you have the GPS
disabled and you click Transmit, the program will ask if you want to
"Move Me to Center". That means you can drag and zoom the map to a new
position and simply hit Transmit to get it set as your location. You no
longer need to edit the XML to accomplish a static location.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32