GPS 2 Bluetooth

GPS 2 Bluetooth


This small widget allows You turn your mobile phone to fully functional GPS receiver accessible via Bluetooth. You can use any desktop software like Google Earth or any other NMEA compatible.
NOTICE!: Creating SPP port may fail with Widcomm stack.
NOTICE2!:Widget simulates NMEA while GPS is not fixed yet. This simulation is based on Cell Tower information and may be coarse.

***How to use***
1. Run app and press START
2. Pair your phone with another device (ex. PC or tablet)
3. Find Serial port named GPS2BT2 in the list of services provided by your phone. Enable it.
4. Connect to this port with desired application on client device.
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3.8
User ratings
473
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100,000+
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File size
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About GPS 2 Bluetooth
This small widget allows You turn your mobile phone to fully functional GPS receiver accessible via Bluetooth. You can use any desktop software like Google Earth or any other NMEA compatible.
NOTICE!: Creating SPP port may fail with Widcomm stack.
NOTICE2!:Widget simulates NMEA while GPS is not fixed yet. This simulation is based on Cell Tower information and may be coarse.

***How to use***
1. Run app and press START
2. Pair your phone with another device (ex. PC or tablet)
3. Find Serial port named GPS2BT2 in the list of services provided by your phone. Enable it.
4. Connect to this port with desired application on client device.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 5, 2015
Quite reliable and simple compared to other freely available but old apps. Tasker integration will make it perfect. Thank you.
A Google User
Apr 29, 2015
Does not work Widget crashes on placement. Note 4
A Google User
Mar 11, 2015
Garbageware Doesnt work
A Google User
Jan 8, 2015
Vary usefull app. And it`s free. Very nice app, and very useful for me, I use it on my Motorola Moto G and Moto defy Mini. On my Moto G it was not working at the begging but then i modify mi gps.conf file changing NMEA_PROVIDER=0 to NMEA_PROVIDER=1 and now is working like a charm.
A Google User
Jul 2, 2014
Works well enough Using the app to try and pinpoint the location of WiFi APs at work (in conjunction with Vistumbler for Windows 7 x64). After a few tries I was able to get my phone to connect. I have a Samsung Galaxy Nexus running Jelly Bean 4.2.2. A NOTE: I didn't have to add the com port in Windows 7. After getting the phone and laptop paired all I had to do was go into the Bluetooth services for my phone and enable the new serial connection. It does constantly crash on my Nexus 7 (2012 model), but as that is hacked with Pawn Pad installed, this review is not based on that experience, but something I would like to see fixed as I see this useful for that device's function.
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