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No sorry
By Comtechlogic® SELLER on 30 October 2015
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Hi i am using it with samsung phone bot don't see any reason why it souldn't work wis iOS based phones.
By Pawel Tylkowski on 28 August 2015
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No, It is just a bluetooth GPS receiver with no memory. You cannot 'log in to it'. It needs to be connected to a pc/tablet/phone etc to log. But it is a very good receiver.
By K. J. Green on 24 January 2016
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I am using it with samsung galaxy S4 but i don't see a problem why it should'nt work with iphone.
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By Pawel Tylkowski on 30 March 2015
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Hi, yes I've had it working successfully on Windows 7 and Windows XP PCs. I tested it using Google Earth and it works fine over Bluetooth. There is also an option to connect via USB cable. Windows 7 automatically installs the necessary drivers and it works ok over the cable. Windows XP was a bit more tricky to get that… see more Hi, yes I've had it working successfully on Windows 7 and Windows XP PCs. I tested it using Google Earth and it works fine over Bluetooth. There is also an option to connect via USB cable. Windows 7 automatically installs the necessary drivers and it works ok over the cable. Windows XP was a bit more tricky to get that working via USB. I had to download a driver from the manufacturer's website, but I wasn't able to install it because the file seems to be corrupted. I did eventually find the correct driver from somewhere else (somewhere online, but I don't remember where), and I did get it working over USB in the end. However, if you want to connect over Bluetooth it works no problem out of the box without any hassle. I'm currently using the GPS receiver with my digital SLR camera over Bluetooth, and that works great also. It's a good device. I recommend it. see less Hi, yes I've had it working successfully on Windows 7 and Windows XP PCs. I tested it using Google Earth and it works fine over Bluetooth. There is also an option to connect via USB cable. Windows 7 automatically installs the necessary drivers and it works ok over the cable. Windows XP was a bit more tricky to get that working via USB. I had to download a driver from the manufacturer's website, but I wasn't able to install it because the file seems to be corrupted. I did eventually find the correct driver from somewhere else (somewhere online, but I don't remember where), and I did get it working over USB in the end. However, if you want to connect over Bluetooth it works no problem out of the box without any hassle. I'm currently using the GPS receiver with my digital SLR camera over Bluetooth, and that works great also. It's a good device. I recommend it.
By Mark D. on 13 January 2015
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Yes - GPS Output Data Protocol: NMEA 0183 (V3.01) - GGA, GSA, GSV, RMC
See manual (page 2) at
http://www.qstarz.com/download/BT-Q818XT-Users%20Manual.pdf

By alan_m on 28 August 2017
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not compatible with ipad
By Comtechlogic® SELLER on 29 January 2014