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Hi 

‌Version 3.9.0.97
‌iPad A1458 4th Gen

‌Garmin GLO external GPS  

Under Settings Connectivity there is no option for a Garm GLO External GPS

Do any o fat options allow connection to a Garmin GLO?  There seems to be no indication if the system is using iPad internal or External GPS , so I can't even try out the given options and if any of them allow the GLO to connect

Can I use the GLO and how do I find out if it is working or not?



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The Garmin Glo is a normal Bluetooth GPS receiver. You just go flying with the built-in location services and if you're paired with the Glo, the iOS device will use that instead of any internal GPS receiver. There is no way of knowing that is the case, but that is the case.
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Tim Dawson - 12/14/2017 3:31:59 PM
The Garmin Glo is a normal Bluetooth GPS receiver. You just go flying with the built-in location services and if you're paired with the Glo, the iOS device will use that instead of any internal GPS receiver. There is no way of knowing that is the case, but that is the case.

Maybe the paget act deals with connectivity in the SD settings page should make that clear...  Just add another line of text
‌thanks for that info

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