It works perfectly outside, with or without wifi on. Back inside, after a little while, I’m “back” at my strange location about 25km away from my real position.
What I hadn’t noticed earlier is that Mozilla Stumbler actually reports several things:
- a red dot (leged says MLS location) which is also correctly located
- a green dot (legen says “Wifi+cell report”) which is correctly located (although a few meters away from the red one)
- a blue dot (with a larger circle around it) which is at the wrong location (which is also the one reported by other applications, such as Osmand)
When I turn wifi off (inside), the blue dot is now correctly located, in Mozilla Stumbler, but other apps either fail to report location, or still report the wrong one :-/
I’m confused! What exactly is that blue dot? I thought MLS was the only source of location for /e/.