Updating sony gps
In my case, the GPS option did not appear until I plugged my A77 to the computer, only then the program installed the GPS portion of the program.After that, the GPS assist data is automatically updated by the software whenever the camera is plugged into the computer and the data has to be updated (expired assist data or a change in location from last update trigger the automatic update).I got that file, but I don't have the GPS folder in my memory card (although now it occurs to me it could be hidden...). As someone else mentioned, you really should go in and update your software (PMB will update to Sony Play Memories).I placed it in my memory card but it doesnt seem to do anything. DAT file is supposed to establish a link to a Sony server that updates the GPS assist data, but like I said, it hasn't worked for me. I transfer files from the SD card in my computer's card reader slot, using Sony Play Memories, and it automatically updates the GPS info when the card is inserted.I needed to install PMB with the camera attached to get all the options to show up.Now I can update the GPS with the camera attached or use the option to just load it on the memory card.
It takes care downloading the latest GPS data to my camera automatically as soon as I connect the camera to the PC.
Add the “Sony GPS Assist Update.workflow” folder action to the “/Volumes” folder.
This can be tricky, directions on attaching a folder action to “/Volumes” are here. Now, when you plug in your memory card into your card reader, within 5-10 seconds the GPS Assist Data should be automatically updated. Here is a powershell script for those who want to to download on Windows 10 or later: Invoke-Web Request Just put that line in a file “gpsupdate.ps1” stored in “private/sony/gps” on the SD card.
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