after a two month pause of flying i got finally back into my aircraft and took it out for a flight. before doing so i've updated skydemon to the latest version and noticed that i had to re-configure my AirConnect settings. I then connected as usual to my AirConnect but i could never get a GPS position. SD always reported "Searching for GPS Satellites" and "0 found" no matter how long, on the ground or in the air, i've tried. At the same time though, i got audible warnings when other FLARM traffic was close and I think this is only possible if the device has got a GPS position itself.
the AirConnect Passcode is correct, if I enter another one it can't connect at all and displays a different error message. I've tried restarting My Flarm devices several times but this did not help
Am I missing any changes in Skydemon? Is there is possibly a new setting or is a new firmware on the AirConnect required for it to work with SD due to some changes in the protocol? Just want to know if it could be due to changes of skydemon, before i connect with a terminal and look at the actual flarm output.