Friday, August 1, 2008
XV6800 with GPS vs. iPhone
Since I'm on Verizon Wireless, I can't use an iPhone. However, I can use the XV6800 that has a built-in GPS chip. To use the GPS in the XV6800 (also known as the Sprint Mogul or the HTC Titan), you have to make some custom changes to the operating system (or ROM).
The nice thing about the XV6800 is that it runs on Windows Mobile 6 (or 6.1 if you load customized ROM). Therefore, you can run all sorts of GPS and mapping software, ranging from TomTom Navigator, Garmin Mobile, and several other software packages. Plus, there are FREE software solutions like Google Maps and Microsoft Live Search. Before you know it, you'll have a fully-functional GPS navigation unit in your hand.
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would love to see a link to directions for modifying the ROM.ReplyDelete
I can't post a direct link, but I can say that you can find all the information you need by doing a search on the XDA forums. http://forum.xda-developers.com/ReplyDelete