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I got this months back when it was £24.95....but recently got a N73 for my dad and he wanted the TomTom on it....so i redirected him to the qfonic site....and behold its gone down to £14.95 and FREE DELIVERY for a SAT NAV software and the gadgets.

Company is Qfonic

website is http://www.qfonic.co.uk then type in navicore sat nav

Phones its compatible with

6681 and many more....check if your phone is compatible or not


Get yourself a brand new GPS receiver with SirfStar III chipset and software for the UK maps all in a brand new boxed set from Navicore. Ideal for S60 phones also, this is one bargain you will not want to miss.

The Navicore Personal 2006 Box set allows for Sat Nav / GPS use on your mobile phone. a huge range of phones are supported and with this SirfStar III GPS receiver it will pick up a GPS signal speedily and without line-of-site - so the receiver can be stored in a glove compartment or in a bag and still be in full use. No more worrying about it flying off your windscreen.

The kit includes a RS-MMC card, (Reduced Size-Multimedia Memory Card) this contains the full map of the UK. The box also contains an in-car charger for the Bluetooth module.

The navicore system is not just for drivers, this edition includes a pedestrian mode and a cycling mode. with a leather case included for people on the go you are sure to be impressed with this kit.

With this updated version you are also able to search using full seven digit post-code, which is a common flaw on sat nav devices. For a GPS navigation system that comes highly rated, this is sure to be your best choice.
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rs-mmc, who uses them nowadays?

the gps is excellent
is there a list of phones it supports anywhere? i can't seem to find
[SIZE="3"]Excuse my ignorance - Would the GPS unit work with a Samsung NC10 netbook and Memory map software ?[/SIZE]
is there a list of phones it supports anywhere? i can't seem to find

[SIZE="3"]Excuse my ignorance - Would the GPS unit work with a Samsung NC10 netbook and Memory map software ?[/SIZE]

Sure, if the NC10 has bluetooth, or you have a USB bluetooth receiver.

It can be used in conjunction with mobile broadband and google maps too.
So the maps are from 2005 presumably or can they be updated?

No list of compatible phones on the site that I can see - where did you get the info OP?

EDIT: thanks - seen the link above now :)
Sure, if the NC10 has bluetooth, or you have a USB bluetooth receiver.

It can be used in conjunction with mobile broadband and google maps too.

Thanks for the quick response, and yes, the NC10 had built-in Bluetooth.

Looks like a bargain to me - heat added !
List of phones navicore works with....


Nokia E50
Nokia E60
Nokia E61
Nokia E70

Nokia N70 (2
Nokia N71 (5*
Nokia N72 (2
Nokia N73 (5**

Requires firmware version 2.0628.0.0.3 or later.

Nokia N80 (5**

Requires firmware version 4.0623.0.41 or later
Nokia N90 (2
Nokia N93 (5*
Nokia 3230 (1

Nokia 3250 (6*
Nokia 5500 Sport (6*
Nokia 6260 (1
Nokia 6600

Nokia 6630 (2
Nokia 6670 (1
Nokia 6680 (2
Nokia 6681 (2

Nokia 7610 (1
Nokia N-Gage
Nokia N-Gage QD
Siemens SX-1

Samsung SGH-D720 (4

Samsung SGH-D730 (4

Panasonic EB-X700 (5
Panasonic EB-X800 (5
Sure, if the NC10 has bluetooth, or you have a USB bluetooth receiver.

It can be used in conjunction with mobile broadband and google maps too.

I had never thought about it working with a netbook, would it work with a HP netbook with Vista then ? it has built in bluetooth.
Edit: £15, worth a punt :P apparently free traffic update/reports :)
I recieved mine today, it was the 2005 version (and was supposed to be the 2006 version) which doesnt work on my phone and once i got the update on it the activation key was already in use!! Not liking the looks of this company atm..
would you be able to use the gps unit with any bluetooth phone? And then use other software for sat-nav
Forgive my stupidity....the picture seems to include something that looks like a mobile handset.

Does this kit include everything you need to get up and running or do you also need a mobile phone ?


IF you have a Windows Mobile smartphone, yes.
I've got Navicore on my 770, it would appear that they have stopped providing updates for software and maps many years ago. The update site has always been in Beta since day one and only ever provided an update when I first installed the software.

So beware that the maps will almost certainly be out of date and not updatable
Maps aint worth the card they are written on. But the GPS is worth it alone
this deal should be goin hotter! the gps unit alone is well worth it and is compatible with almost any bluetooth phone: http://www.mytrendyphone.dk/shop/navicore-bluetooth-gps-11935p.html
Sure, if the NC10 has bluetooth, or you have a USB bluetooth receiver.

It can be used in conjunction with mobile broadband and google maps too.

Excellent, voted hot.
As stated above, don't buy it for the software, buy it for the Bluetooth GPS reciever. If you look at the route 66 deal, that comes with a window suction cradle as well and it's only a couple of £'s more. Voted hot.
does anyone know what software could be used with this gps reciever on a nokia 6500 slide?
Will this work with a nokia 5800 and its built in map software?
SirfSTAR 3 receiver on its own is a great deal for this price, voted Hot :thumbsup:
Great deal - ordered yesterday, arrived this morning. Received the 2005 version not 2006 as advertised but only wanted it for the GPS unit anyway so this isn't an issue for me.

The GPS is manufactured by Globalsat and is the BT-338 model. Further details here:


and support (manual/software download) here:


Works fine with my Samsung NC-10 netbook, though a 'cold start' of the device was required via the utility software supplied to get Autoroute 2007 to receive the data stream (strangely Google Earth was fine...).

Support website also has a version of the utility software for Vista which isn't supplied on the CD with the product.
Will this work with a nokia 5800 and its built in map software?

Only software that will work with Nokia 5800 ATM is Garmin XT....cough...cough
if u buy it for the eqipment not the software how do u use it?? i ont want to buy it and not be able to use it. i have a samsung g600
Thanks for the post. Looks like a good deal to me two months on with the branded Globalsats still going for upwards of £30.
Just a reminder and heads up this is still available....

mainly for the benifit of new members and others who missed out...
Bought one of these a month or so back - a real bargain considering its a re-branded Globalst BT-338. I have to agree that the included software is a bit dated, but the gps receiver works with everything I've thrown at it via bluetooth - Samsung NC10, HP2210 and HTC 710 cellphone. Great with OS maps on the Ipaq when out walking btw!! And you can use a standard Nokia phone charger to re-charge it (only comes with a car charger). Thanks taurus.
Thanks to the OP for this thread. I've just purchased this neat little GPS receiver to fulfill a work requirement that has unexpectedly arisen over the last week. The unit was ordered online and delivered the next day. A few points that might help others.

Software came in two versions :-
1. On a RS-MMC card was Navicore 2005/1 (includes SD card adaptor)
2. On a Micro SD card was Navicore 2006/1 (includes SD card adaptor)

The system was not compatible with my mobile (Fly SLT100) even though both had Bluetooth the phone couldn't see the GPS and it became apparent from reading the manual and online sites that compatible phones need to be running under the Symbian OS. The compatibility list given in the earlier post shows Symbian Series 60, Symbian Series 80 and Symbian UIQ phones/PDAs/netbooks which would indicate the phone needs to fit this OS. It would appear that this is because the Navicore software has to be installed on the phone. No problem as I have ordered, via fleabay, a Sony Ericsson P910i, which uses the Symbian OS, and which cost peanuts (less than £40 inc. delivery) and which has some features that will make it a much more viable phone for me than the Fly. Basically the Navicore system seems to need a proper Smartphone if you go down the mobile phone route.

Having said that I note some previous posters have said this GPS works with any bluetooth device they have "thrown at it". Could they please confirm that their bluetooth devices are running under the Symbian or similar OS which accepts the Navicore software? Has anyone got this to work purely on a bluetooth connection without using the Navicore software?

The way I see it the Navicore software has to be installed on the smartphone so that it can interpret the Bluetooth stream which is in NMEA 0183 format (standard for GPS). Whilst both devices have Bluetooth, the Fly cannot detect the GPS receiver.

A useful site for checking Symbian compatibility is http://www.handango.com/device/CompleteDeviceListByPlatform.jsp?storeId=2218&devicePlatformId=20 although it should be used with caution as this is my first dealing with this OS and I'm not 100% sure that the Navicore will work with all versions.

I wanted a basic GPS which would just give me my position as a grid reference and I didn't want to pay too much. Thanks to the OP I should now have a system for around £50 which will give me the basic GPS plus much more - so h&r added. I've had a really good experience with the Fly SLT100 over the last couple of years so it's a shame that it is not compatible with this GPS.

The Navicore CD supplied with the kit refers to this as the BT338 and I see that the BT338 is still selling on Amazon for £54.98.

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