With the D-TOUR powered on outdoors, wait for a GPS lock (satellite icon stops blinking), then hold the D-TOUR out in front of you and move it in a “figure 8” pattern a few times. You don’t need to create a new account or register a second time-simply log on to your account ( You don’t have to remember to do anything, as your trip data is automatically saved in your account in the “cloud”.
It is not unusual for the initial lock to take over a minute when using the D-TOUR for the first time, or in a new location.After having access to the community, I could download the required cardo-updater software, which is available for Windows and OSX. During the installation, I was informed by my application monitor Hands Off! outif lo0 src 127.0.0.1 port 57910 dst 127.0.0.1 port 8080 rank info not available TCP aux info available Connection to 127.0.0.1 port 8080 [tcp/http-alt] succeeded!(https:// that a new binary "cardo-updater" (running as root! GET / HTTP/1.1 HTTP/1.1 500 Internal error Cache: no-cache Content-Type: text/plain Content-Length: 28 I started a sniffer and the all beloved burp proxy and made sure that I see all the communication going on between this service and anything else.You will only have a short amount of time after the blinking starts before the batteries are exhausted. Your trip data and settings are retained while you change batteries.The D-TOUR will hold up to 48 total hours of logging, regardless of the number of trips taken.As soon the the cardo-updater service was runing the community website of cardosystems did recognize my Q3 device and displayed a website to configure the individual settings, upgrade the firmware and synch the settings to my actual headset.