GPS lost signal


Mar 5, 2014
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I have bought a MI2S and I have many problem with GPS lost signal. It seems that the GPS sign is weak inside the phone. I have compared with another MI2S and the difference is very big. i tested them outside any buildings and clear sky.
Is there an internal antenna in the MI2S? Maybe this internal antenna is discnonnect?
I have tested with many softwares as GPSfix and it showed very low signal, few satelites.

all GPS programs as WAZE, Google MAPS, IGO, works the same.
It keeping loosing the signal many times in few minutes.

Any help?

tks
 
Mar 12, 2014
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#5
I have bought a MI2S and I have many problem with GPS lost signal. It seems that the GPS sign is weak inside the phone. I have compared with another MI2S and the difference is very big. i tested them outside any buildings and clear sky.
Is there an internal antenna in the MI2S? Maybe this internal antenna is discnonnect?
I have tested with many softwares as GPSfix and it showed very low signal, few satelites.

all GPS programs as WAZE, Google MAPS, IGO, works the same.
It keeping loosing the signal many times in few minutes.

Any help?

tks
Hello Marcelo,
I got this problem when I changed the original battery cover with a metallic one


coming back to the original cover did solve the problem for me
 
Mar 5, 2014
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You all can see that, the signal of the GPS is weak.
The sky is very clean and the signal should be much better
see below:

Screenshot_2014-05-27-13-33-17.png


how can make it better?
the signal level should be more than 24.
 
Likes: Michachu
Jul 11, 2013
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Same problem here for few months already. I'm thinking about opening the phone to check for antenna connection as it was in the Samsung galaxy s1

Sent from my MI 2S using Tapatalk
 
Mar 5, 2014
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You can see that, even after 5 minutes GPS turned ON, no signal or sync from the satelites.
Screenshot_2014-06-05-07-34-10.png


it should be sync after few seconds and also with a good signal, like:
Screenshot_2014-06-05-07-49-57.png