Originally Posted by beitinsw
I had a windows moblie phone before this one. There was a "gps satellite data" update program. I had to run it about once a week, otherwise I'd never get a signal. Is there a need for something like that in Android? Seems weird considering you don't have to update dedicated GPS units weekly. Maybe it was a weak or finicky GPS chip/system in the XDA Orbit 2?
I had also used winmo for 4 months and I used to keep "gps satellite data" always on.
There is no such thing in Android. Just enable GPS from settings menu.