Any ideas? My Droid just recently went bonkers in any place where "My Location" was used -- Weatherbug, News & Weather from Google, and just last night, Maps -- and abruptly announced we were in New Mexico, not Idaho.
After lots of online reading, and an entire day with Verizon today, no one seems to know why it would do this. I've been thrilled with its accuracy and performance, up until now. (These features worked perfectly all around the western US, all summer, and then in Idaho, most of the fall.)
As far as I can tell, it goes weird after I choose "Use Wireless Networks" in addition to "Use GPS satellites" under the 'Location & Security' spot in Settings. It initially shows the correct location, but, somehow, it goes back to NM at some point.
It's really not acceptable, and Verizon has promised to make it right, but... has anyone else had this problem? Specifically, that it goes bad after selecting "use networks" to help figure out where it is?
Thanks much. This is driving me crazy.
[motorola droid, v 2.2.1]
(P.S. I did find the earlier posts with the fixes of messing with the SD card to fix the GPS, etc. So far, the GPS shows strong signals, but, I'll check that out if Verizon stays unable to help me.)