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  • Sorry to hear that - it definitely sounds like a GPS issue then. I'm running out of things to suggest. Perhaps try running it down completely flat (there's a utility in Settings), leave it for a few hours and then charge it again, just in case GPS chip has got into a weird state and needs a restart.

    The GPS chip itself appears to be working (as it's showing you a time in the GPS report there) but I guess it's possible the aerial has got broken somehow, in which case I don't think there's much we can do.


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