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  1. #1
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    Arrow Secure Digital Sd Gps Receiver?????

    HAVE ANYONE USED THIS RECEIVER? I GOT THE GLOBAT SAT 338 AND DON'T LIKE IT THAT MUCH SO IT'S TIME TO GET A DIFFERENT ONE.....here is the link and tell me your experiences with this one. perhaps with this one I wouldn't have that many problem conecting to the receiver and avoid dealing with serial port.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...774149917&rd=1

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    it probably works well but then where do you put your maps and software? your probably better off with a wired solution if you don't want bluetooth. i've gotten my old tomtom wired kit and my bluelooger to work with my phone without a problem.

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    Went to the TOM TOM website and their program does not work with any SD GPS RECEIVER or Compact flash.

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    I bought it ans returned it I think it ****ed up my sd slot too on my 6600 and had to have a new one sent out. DOn't get it, just get the itrek bt one.
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    SD GPS rules!

    Hi,

    I bought the sd Gps and am running it on my XDA2 with no problems.
    It works well with Route 66 and Tomtom3

    Make sure that your device has an SDIO slot!

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