mic_888 · Nov 10, 2010 at 09:00 am

Speed Up Your GPS Fix With FasterFix

If you want to speed up your GPS fix or you live outside the US and are tired of manually setting you gps.conf file manually, FasterFix could be the answer for you.

Developed by XDA forum member The_Double, the app lets you select your region from a drop down list and even lets you set your own custom server.

All you need to do is simply download and run the application. Once the process has completed successfully, the dev states that you can exit and delete the app – no need to keep it on your Android mobile device.

To download the apk file, visit the application thread.

Requires root and busybox. Should work on all Android devices.


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