Hallo zusammen, für alle, die das Zopo998 / 9520 besitzen und Probleme mit GPS haben: Ich glaub ich hab die Lösung gefunden, Text weiter unten hab ich grad bei Needrom gepostet, denke mal, das ist hier auch interessant: Insgesamt ist das Zopo ein richtig schönes Telefon, aber hat echt ein paar miese Kinderkrankheiten: Ok, GPS is working... sort of. My reassembly did the trick, so I'm proud, guy with 2 left hands and no technical background whatsoever is better than big Chinese phone manufacturer. ;-) As mentioned earlier this is a hardware problem and I'm talking about real hardware here, not something current flows through. What is wrong and why Zopo should shame: The two connectors for the antenna on the back of the cover (second cover, bodywork) are glued directly to that hard cover (you will find the little plateau on the top left if looking from the back) while the mainboard always sits a bit crooked. Because there is no spring behind the glued connectors, one of the two connector pins does not get very good contact with the mainboard -> weak signal -> freaking out gps. How I fixed it: The mainboard connectors touch the glued strip on the inside, right where it comes through the hole/space. So i added two (!one wasn't enough!) layers of duct tape on top of the right side of the "plateau" and then put the connector strip back on top of that. Duct tape is perfect because it functions as a DIY spring which is exactly what is needed. Now I have working Car navigation, not the best in the world and sometimes still freaking out a bit when not moving because of another issue with this phone: the compass! BUT it is totally usable now. Still I expect an official Zopo repair kit, so I can abandon my duct tape DIY solution. I can only advice everyone to not buy this phone. as long as there is no official statement, a repair kit, a solution for new phones and an apology to all those ppl having no GPS after paying 250$.