11589Re: [tracker2] Re: Attention Nuvi 1300 users
- Dec 5, 2010Yes, it is the same cable, and I have tested it with 55576 and the only thing that functions correctly is position reporting. Waypoints, are not displayed, and for all intents and purposes, it is not very functional.I have been running the developmental build and it's been running great ever since I turned compression off. I would suggest anyone who is interested in the 1300, use the developmental build over the "stable" release.
From: Rick <kd4dra@...>
To: tracker2 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sun, Dec 5, 2010 11:31 am
Subject: [tracker2] Re: Attention Nuvi 1300 users
Chris my first question, does the 1300 use the same cable as the nuvi 350. Next have you tested it with firmware 55076 a stable release.
Thanks Rick/ kd4dra
--- In email@example.com, "chris.ronk" <hamer669@...> wrote:
> I have been running into a LOT of bugs using the Garmin Nuvi 1300 GPS unit with my tracker2 running firmware 55506. I have been dealing specifically with messaging issues. It could send and receive messages, but it would intermittently send/receive the ACKs and the messages would retry forever. Only about 2% of the messages would actually ACK correctly. It also had issues displaying waypoints; some worked, and others didn't; I have now found a work around: disable compressed data packets. Send it the command COMPRESS OFF.
> For some reason, with compress ON, a whole bunch of crucial bugs rear their ugly head. As soon as I turned compress off, it functioned fine. The only bug that survived and is still an issue is that one cannot send or receive messages while en route to a destination. If you tell the Nuvi to plan a route, it will not process messages. Other than that, it works much better.
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