1. Manel Fera's Avatar
    I have a lumia 920 and an ASUS Transformer Book with Windows 8.1 and it lacks gps module.
    Is there any way to share, tether or whathever the GPS info to the tablet?

    Why I want to achieve this? For example, if I'm travelling it would be nice to use the tablet as my navigator system, like this maybe I could prevent draining phone's battery, and a bigger view of the map.

    I appreciate your help! :)
    02-20-2015 02:41 AM
  2. srikanth reddy4's Avatar
    i think this is a windows 10 concept of sharing the routes between the devices....i don't think its possible now.
    we should wait for W10
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    02-20-2015 04:42 AM
  3. Manel Fera's Avatar
    Thans for your answer srikanth reddy4 !
    It's sure that would be in W10? or are just rumours?

    Maybe it's not possible natively now, but is there any app that could provide this functionality?
    02-20-2015 05:12 AM
  4. srikanth reddy4's Avatar
    No i don't think there is such app and i dont think its a rumour its a concept of universal maps app demo as far as i remember
    02-20-2015 09:35 AM
  5. Avery Andrews's Avatar
    It can be done from Android or iOS, using GPS Bluetooth output on the phone, or, allegedly, some other programs by Michael Chourdakis (but I haven't managed to find his app on Play Store), and GPSDirect on the tablet. But nobody seems to have written the right kind of GPS sharing app for Windows phone. I've gotten it to work Android->Surface 3, although it takes a bit of fiddling, is not well documented, and might well be ricketty in practice.
    03-10-2016 04:42 PM

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