I don't recognize that unit as something we specifically support nor do I recognize the pictures as another device rebranded. It's possible that they use the same chipset/protocol as something else, but you'd have to research that.  Does the unit show up as a disk drive on your system, perhaps with "normal" file formats like NMEA or GPX stashed on it?

Of course there's a chance for it to be in the next version.  All it takes is a motivated programmer to do the work and submit it.


On Thu, Apr 19, 2012 at 7:44 AM, Guillaume <yaumgui_b@yahoo.fr> wrote:

I have a GPS Mobile Action : IGoTU GT-800 Pro : http://global.mobileaction.com/product/product_i-gotU_GT-800pro.jsp and I would like to make it work on linux (Fedora 16 or debian SID). I tried GPSBabel but I didn't see the format in the list so I don't know wich command I have to use to communicate with my GPS.

My question is : is there a format compatible with my GPS ? and if not, is there a chance to have it in the next version of GPSBabel ?

Thank you


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