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Post by Mr.Yuck » Tue Jun 24, 2014 11:04 pm

tripman1 wrote:
Mr.Yuck wrote: You'll have to explain force stop and restart to me. I'm still both an Android and c:geo newbie.
It is similar to kill command on linux. On my settings menu there is a manage applications menu and I can force stop of an app. When I launch the app again it restarts automatically and seems to refresh to the default settings.

On another note, I was in Florida using C:GEO and it worked great helping to find 3 OCUS caches in the area. However the fact that my own caches were around 1800 miles from me kept me from testing the finds/owned error.
Oh, thanks for that force stop and restart thing. ! Found it on my phone. Just a learning Android as I go along. I figure in about a year I'll know what I'm doing, for the most part. Oh, if you check back in here on occasion, I'll look into that Vantage Point thing using an explorist, eventually.

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Post by tripman1 » Wed Jun 25, 2014 2:31 pm

Looks like an update came out recently, but I can't see any changes for OCUS. I did try another app called LOCUS free (wouldn't recommend). I now have a new appreciation for c:geo. I am learning android as well, got my phone in May. Anything new you find out, please don't hesitate to post.

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Post by TermiteHunter » Sun Jul 13, 2014 12:18 am

During our local Alternative to the Frog contest I used C:GEO every time I was out caching for OCNA.
Worked great. Far better than Columbus ever did.
Columbus worked for me in the past but I often had difficulty connecting it to the phones GPS and would get caches from where I was the last time it worked. Often had to retry repeatedly to get it to connect if it would at all. Once it connected it was fine but C:GEO was faster and easier.
C:GEO connected fast and reliably. Found that I needed to navigate with the GPS only for more accuracy if it was needed. That was a nice option that avoided GZ drift.

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Post by zstatman » Tue Jul 15, 2014 7:02 am

FYI: The new terracaching site is coming close to being up and running. As for c:geo, the TC site has an api interface on the to-do list and c:geo also knows so hopefully TC will be added soon

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