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08-May-2016 03:02

EPO files allow GPS chipsets to predict where satellites will be in the sky, which in turn speeds up GPS acquisition time.

Technically this is known as the ephemeris data transmitted from satellites, which includes timing of where satellites will be in the sky.

You can usually sync it any number of ways to get the updated files.

For example, via Wi Fi, Bluetooth Smart, or USB (Garmin Express). For example, in the case of Suunto it actually lists the download as one of the steps each time you sync.

However, almost the entire industry has followed along since.

Same goes for Suunto, Tom Tom, etc…Note that even if you have a computer with Linux on it, there are still options for you to get these files, such as this solution here.