1. GNSSuser's Avatar
    Hi community,

    My new netbook (Galaxy Book 10.6" LTE Windows Home) contains a "GNSS". This sensor does not connect to www.bing.com/maps in any browser including Edge.

    Would you expect that, by concept, the position mark on www.bing.com/maps should normally use the GNSS information?


    All necessary settings in Windows are proper, evidenced by the flawless functioning of MS "Karten".

    Are there any settings in Edge which I may have overlooked?

    Is it necessary to install a dedicated app which links GNSS to www.bing.com/maps.

    Any advice would be welcome.

    Cheers

    GNSSuser
    10-13-2018 05:01 PM

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