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Does Garmin Glo work with iPad mini (wifi only model) that does not have a GPS receiver of its own 31 Jan 2014
Yea it does, i have used it on my iphone and ipad 16gb wifi only, works in both.its compatible to all appl products as far as i know, it uses blu tooth to connect to garmin and the gps will come from that
Yes, I've used it with my iPad running Memory Map for both Geocaching and general walking. The accuracy is as good as any dedicated GPS unit and the large iPad (well iPad mini actually) display is a joy to use with good OS maps. Obvouslly the iPad battery life is an issue but that's nothing to do with the GPS unit which runs all day on a single charge.
How many multiple users can this device achieve on both android and iOS? can it achieve varying amounts, or just connect to one device at a time? 13 days ago
It can connect up to 4 in total of any combination of IOS or Android
I have been told that it will work with my tablet asus t700 by one of your community(much obliged) but this is my second one where am I going wrong?' 9 Oct 2014
I guess a bit more information would help. Have you managed to pair it using bluetooth yet? I'm Assuming not... In which case... Look at http://support.garmin.com/support/searchSupport/case.faces?supportPage=GLO&caseId=%7B924b5370-b8f3-11e2-4124-000000000000%7D&locale=en_US Which has the I structures for android devices.
Can I expect noticeable improvement in accuracy/ response time t from a phone (nexus 4) built-in GPS ? 4 May 2015
The GLO uses more satellites than the built in gps on a phone and you should get improved accuracy of position. I doubt whether the response time would be any different though.
The make of device is irrelevant. If it has android as its operating system and has Bluetooth then it will work.
Can any one tell me if this device is compatible with a Kindle fire ? I would like to use it as a marine chart plotter with memory map software... 13 Apr 2015
I afraid I don't own a Kindle fire. It works with everything else I own though. Sorry.
Not an expert , but if your ipad 2 has bluetooth then it should work.
Gregory, I use my GarminGlo for aviation navigation only and connect to my iPad by Bluetooth however I don't think that it can download data or Geotag photos but I don't know that for sure. My best answer would be for you to contact Garmin directly and ask the question. You will find their e-mail address on their website. Sorry I can't be of more help and I hope that you get the info you need.