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|03-28-2014, 09:53 AM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2014
My Ride: F350
Eonon 2104 & iGO Primo
I've got an Eonon 2104u with Primo 2.4 (9.6.13) installed. The only remaining issue that I have is the ETA is incredibly inaccurate. I'll calculate the route and the ETA will be correct. Then as I drive, the ETA changes (recalculating based on speed, etc.). But more often than not, by the time I near my destination, my ETA is reading some crazy time like 15 minutes before I even left on my trip. Or most commonly, it's reading like 10 minutes earlier than the present time. It's weird.
I'm also having time issues with the Eonon itself losing time, but I would think that iGo would be using the GPS itself to keep accurate time and not the OS.
Could this be a RTC issue with the hardware? Are there any sys.txt tweaks that would help?
This is my sys.txt
max_poly_segments_shown_1=400 ;makes map drawing a lot faster
min_poly_segments_shown_1=200 ;makes map drawing a lot faster
show_battery_percent=0 ; battery level text below bat icon
reserve_memory="2500000" ; memory in bytes
cache="2048" ; in bytes
freeze_result_time = 1; calculation of arrival time, taking into account the actual speeds
disable_outlookpoi = 1; Failure to load contact could help with a shortage of memory
enable_buildings = 1; exhibition buildings
planned_route_weight=0 ;(7) 0 is less nervous recalc
slow_car_speed=60 ;(80) eta, route time calc?
permit_penalty=1000 ;(0)see [truck]
bridge_penalty=100 ;(0) in meters?
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