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Communication between 2 iOS devices is established by connecting the 2 devices via <span style="color:#0000ff">'''BLUETOOTH.'''</span> The procedure to start the connection is as follow:
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Communication between 2 iOS devices is established by connecting the 2 devices via '''BLUETOOTH.''' The procedure to start the connection is as follow:
 
* Enable '''bluetooth''' at system level on the iPhone, iPod or iPad settings on '''both devices.'''
 
* Enable '''bluetooth''' at system level on the iPhone, iPod or iPad settings on '''both devices.'''
* Enable the <span style="color:#0000ff">'''«Share GPS via bluetooth»''' option in Air Navigation</span>
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* Enable the '''«Share GPS via bluetooth»''' option in Air Navigation settings '''on the master device''' (usually the device with an internal GPS).
settings '''on the master device''' (usually the device with an internal
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* Enable the <span style="color:#0000ff">'''«Internal Sensors bridge»'''</span> in the «Toos» menu '''on the slave device''' (usually a device without GPS).
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* Enable the '''«Internal Sensors bridge»''' in the «Toos» menu on the slave device (usually a device without GPS).
 
* Connection should occur automatically when a suitable master device is detected. You can monitor connection state in the sensor bridge. Green means that you are connected and receiving GPS data.
 
* Connection should occur automatically when a suitable master device is detected. You can monitor connection state in the sensor bridge. Green means that you are connected and receiving GPS data.
  
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<span style="color:#0000ff">'''Note:'''</span> in order to maintain the connection Air Navigation Pro must be running on both devices at the same time during the whole
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<u>'''Note:'''</u> in order to maintain the connection Air Navigation Pro must be running on both devices at the same time during the whole
 
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Revision as of 18:34, 13 October 2015


Communication between 2 iOS devices is established by connecting the 2 devices via BLUETOOTH. The procedure to start the connection is as follow:

  • Enable bluetooth at system level on the iPhone, iPod or iPad settings on both devices.
  • Enable the «Share GPS via bluetooth» option in Air Navigation settings on the master device (usually the device with an internal GPS).


Pair.jpg

  • Enable the «Internal Sensors bridge» in the «Toos» menu on the slave device (usually a device without GPS).
  • Connection should occur automatically when a suitable master device is detected. You can monitor connection state in the sensor bridge. Green means that you are connected and receiving GPS data.


Pair2.jpg


Note: in order to maintain the connection Air Navigation Pro must be running on both devices at the same time during the whole flight.



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