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Qualir Automobile Electronics Co., LTD, founded in 1998, aims to create automobile owners's drive more quickly and cosily by providing automobile electronics of Good quality and Reliability. In May …

Qualir Automobile Electronics Co., LTD, founded in 1998, aims to create automobile owners's drive more quickly and cosily by providing automobile electronics of Good quality and Reliability. In May 1998, Qualir started to create and generate Car CD, VCD Players and property CD,DVD Players. In March 2003, Qualir began to develop and create Automobile Mp3 players,Car DVD Players,and effectively developed Auto DVD Players with Built-in GPS function in 2004. In June 2007, Qualir made the decision to create a platform for direct wholesale of Auto electronics. In September 2007, Qualir's wholesale Dept was successfully founded and our on the internet wholesale shop www.AutoDVDGPS.com was lastly completed.


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  • 1. How to use the GPS Navigator? by qualir - http://www.autodvdgps.com/blog reply-pdf@qualir-mail.com date:2011-11-21 How to use the GPS Navigator? 2011-06-08 08:56:20 By qualir GPS, is the Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based global navigation satellite system (GNSS) that provides location and time information in all weather, anywhere on or near the Earth, where there is an unobstructed line of sight to four or more GPS satellites. Then how to use it? Is it free? Does the gps show every road and street in my city? In fact the gps is free to everyone, but the seller cost you money. Why? Because you buy the service like “GPS monitor system”, and the gps signal is free, but you need to pay for the service and the monitor. We need the navigation with free signal but map software with cost. In theory, you could go anywhere if you have the map covers everywhere. Usually the map software has the database of the most big city, but not the 100%. Since this is a big cost to buy or collect all of the map database of the whole world. And the map company needs to collect all of the database including the POI and the road toad to the gps map software. That is a real big file. The map software has a program, which could show you the derails of the map, including the street, the shop beside the street and others. The gps receiver could get the gps signal and show you the position on the map. You just need to setup your destination, and the program could select the best road to you. The program could guide you to anywhere if the database has it included. But if you choose a village, that can work. At present, all the gps guide could support voice guidance. And the drivers do not need to watch the screen when they are driving. The voice could tell you where to go. Most of the map could supply the local language. So it is really easy and simple to use. It is free to everyone to use the gps signal, without any extra fee for car dvd player gps. Only if you run a full version map which need to be upgraded, then you need to pay the fee for upgrade. For map software, we do not supply the legal map for our customer. You could find it on the internet. Original article page link:http://www.autodvdgps.com/blog/qualir-help/how-to-use-the-gps-navigator/4603/ page 1 / 1Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)