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    I use on X hunt. You can download maps of the area you are going to use when you don’t have cell service. It still picks up satellites. Also the layers allow one to see private properties,blm land, burn areas, and state land so you don’t drift accidentally.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NVAnvilJK View Post
    When your iPad does not have GPS built in, how do you keep it connected to the GPS signal for using apps like GAIA?
    I use a Dual GPS receiver. It connects by Bluetooth to the iPad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NVAnvilJK View Post
    When your iPad does not have GPS built in, how do you keep it connected to the GPS signal for using apps like GAIA?
    I second the Dual receiver, it works extremely well.


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    I use LeadNav and Gaia on my iPad Mini. I use the Garmin GLO Portable GPS and GLONASS Receiver.

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