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 on: January 19, 2017, 03:16:06 pm 
Started by German-User - Last post by German-User
Hi Sal,
this version works very good and the error is fixed.

 on: January 13, 2017, 01:51:23 pm 
Started by German-User - Last post by USG_Tech14
Hello German-User,

Do you have the latest Training Gym Pro? Link below

Please note the latest version of Training Gym Pro is only compatible with Windows 7 and above

 on: January 01, 2017, 03:41:33 pm 
Started by German-User - Last post by German-User
Hi, I need some help.

If I load my tracks from the watch I get this error. I think that is an error with loading the map on the right side. Can anybody give me an instruction how I can solve this?

 on: November 18, 2016, 01:40:06 pm 
Started by USG_Tech14 - Last post by USG_Tech14
In order for Windows 10 Apps to be able to read the GPS data from a NMEA USB GPS Receiver, you'll need to convert the COM port to a "GPS Sensor".
Please download and install this 3rd party application, which should be able to convert the COM Port into a GPS Sensor:

1. Extract all files & double click on gps7s64.exe file.
2. Select your COM port for NMEA source
3. Select 4800 baud rate
4. Click Install
5. Now you should see GPS data in the GPS Sensor Utility.
6. Leave this tool running and open up your Navigation App and see if you're able to get it to work.

If you're not able to get it working, then perhaps you can purchase the latest version of this software here: and click on "GPS Direct" and contact the GPS Direct developer for further assistance.

 on: November 17, 2016, 01:49:12 pm 
Started by USG_Tech14 - Last post by USG_Tech14
Hello Phantasm,

Thank you for the feed back.

Actually "You are here GPS" is a 3rd party app and not ours therefore we can't tweak it.

We are currently working on getting support for Android Marshmallow for our official app.

There are other 3rd party apps that offer the same functionality as "You are here GPS"
If you find any that work please let us know.

Thank you.

 on: November 14, 2016, 01:12:14 pm 
Started by USG_Tech14 - Last post by Phantasm
This app is buggy and causes lock ups or severe CPU usage delays. When it's working, it's great. I can get fixes inside my house. It worked better after I removed the older android app version. Thus, I think it's best to remove any other apps for previous android versions, they both fight for the device and this eliminates the conflict.

Tested App Usages:
I've found this Works with:
Google Maps

Doesn't work with:
GPS Test

Occasionally, when it locks up, it then tosses my phone in to an automatic reboot - This has been associated with removing the dongle during a lock up.

One time I came back to the "You are Here GPS" app and the disconnect/connect function was reversed; Off (disconnect) was on (connect) and on was off, so this thing is still a little buggy. Hopefully, you guys will tweak it as we go.

Each time I use it it asks for permission "Allow the app YAH GPS to access the USB device? [] Use by default for this USB device."
I check the box, but the phone doesn't seem to retain the setting. Checking the App settings, it reads that it has a custom setting, but I get the splash screen each time.

Going back and forth to the app seems to cause it have issues. Generally, when I plug in the dongle and first launch the app - everything is fine. It's when I jump in an out of it testing stuff is when it goes south.

 on: November 11, 2016, 05:39:18 pm 
Started by enzojeanb - Last post by USG_Tech14
Hello enzojeanb,

Unfortunately we can not see the screen shot.

If you could email and attach the screen shot.
Thant would be helpful.

Thank you.

 on: November 10, 2016, 03:22:26 pm 
Started by enzojeanb - Last post by enzojeanb
Hi Sorry I was so late in replying . here's a screen grab of the GPS util

/Users/enzo/Desktop/Screen Shot 2016-11-10 at 12.17.57 PM.jpg

 on: November 10, 2016, 12:27:53 pm 
Started by spcmnspff - Last post by USG_Tech14
Hello Spcmnspff,

Thank you.

 on: November 09, 2016, 04:31:56 am 
Started by spcmnspff - Last post by spcmnspff
Hi guys. I've been working on a Python script to interface with the GB580p.   The main objective is to download tracks from the device and optionally upload them to Strava.  Its supports tcx, gpx (and gpx_ext) formats along with a few others (csv, NMEA sentence, fitlog, google maps).  It also supports downloading and uploading waypoints.  The fact that it is written in python means it can run on any host OS that supports python.  I have tested this script on Linux and Windows and it  *should* run on mac os as well.  It is also very fast!

Here's a link to the project on github:

Check it out and let me know what you think.  I would very much appreciate the feedback. The README file in the github repository has a few more details than I've explained here.

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