GPS Test displays satellite information and general GPS status. A vital open-source test tool for platform engineers, developers, and power users, GPS Test can also assist users in understanding why their GPS is or isn't working.
Start/stop GPS via the On/Off switch. After a latitude and longitude has been acquired, you can share your location using the Share button on the Action Bar.
• GPS (US Navstar)
• GLONASS (Russia)
• QZSS (Japan)
GLONASS satellites are shown as squares on the Sky view, U.S. NAVSTAR satellites are shown as circles, and QZSS satellites are shown as triangles.
• Inject Time - Injects Time assistance data for GPS into the platform, using information from a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server
• Inject XTRA Data - Injects XTRA assistance data for GPS into the platform, using information from a XTRA server (see http://goo.gl/3RjWX for details on gpsOneXTRA)
• Clear Aiding Data - Clears all assistance data used for GPS, including NTP and XTRA data (Note: if you select this option to fix broken GPS on your device, for GPS to work again you may need to ‘Inject Time’ and ‘Inject XTRA’ data)
• Settings - Change map tile type, auto-start GPS on startup, minimum time and distance between GPS updates, keep screen on.
Open-source on Github:
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GPSTest discussion forum:
Nostalgic for old releases? Don't have Google Play Services on your device? Download old versions here:
Requires Google Play Services for the Android Maps v2.0.
Want to measure the *true* accuracy of your GPS?
Check out GPS Benchmark:
v2.1.1 (Android 2.2 and up) - Added magnetic declination correction to show true geographic north on the compass. Expanded GLONASS satellite ID range to include 89-96.