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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).
 
* Enable the <span style="color:#0000ff">'''«Internal Sensors bridge»'''</span> 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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Revision as of 18:46, 24 August 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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