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Condor2Nav to Android via Bluetooth

Posted: Mon Jun 01, 2015 6:31 pm
by robertcs49
I am having trouble getting Condor2Nav to translate to my Galaxy S3. I use the Galaxy all day long as a nav computer with Condor over Bluetooth; my only complaint is that I can't get either the Condor Club .fpl >.tsk converter to work(at least to get XCSoar to load the conversion), or when I use proSoar to create a the task, which works nicely and loads fine, Condor and XCSoar task are not well matched up.

I get the "ERROR: Please copy 'xcsoar-registry.prf' file to 'data' directory." from Condor2Nav when attempted. I'm not sure that I am getting everything correct in the .ini file. I have followed numerous suggestions found on in the Condor forum, but to no avail.

I have noticed that there is not very much at all on the subject recently and wonder if something better to do the job has come along.

Thanks for reading my post.

Re: Condor2Nav to Android via Bluetooth

Posted: Tue Jun 02, 2015 12:35 am
by EDB
If you haven't rooted your Android device, you can not push files to it.
Just place the tsk file in a share and manually move it in the correct folder (controlled from your Android device).

Re: Condor2Nav to Android via Bluetooth

Posted: Mon Jul 18, 2016 3:17 pm
by robertcs49
Boy this is old, probably one of my very first.

I have been using a Nexus 7 for some time now and love it. As far as moving Condor2Nav translated flight plans to the Nexus from my PC I use the app "WiFi File Transfer Pro" and it works great. C2N by default names the converted file Condor.tsk so I rename it before sending to the Nexus. It is a couple of steps but it works very well.