Many Chinese phone owners (like myself) know by now what a nightmare it is to use their smartphone's GPS sensor outside China's sky, especially those smartphones with MTK* chipsets (MTK6592 to name one) that have poor satellite reception. This is mainly for two reasons: the bad design of their GPS antenna and the GPS chip itself. There were some rumors that one can actually repair the GPS antenna, but the rumors never turned to reality for my own smartphone until today. I will show you how I improved my GPS performance or at least what seems to work for now until I try it in real life GPS navigation.
Monday, 18 January 2016
Saturday, 9 January 2016
Well, it's been a while since Nikon's 35+ megapixel cameras were released (with their oil problems etc) and the response from Canon's 50+ megapixel monsters, but having a previous experience with the problems that can occur when handling light with such beasts, I cannot keep myself silent and happy with these technological achievements. First of all, lets keep things simple by trying to figure out the problems of previous models of both brands in order to try and find some kind of solution to the most serious ones.