Delete BG96 gpsOneXTRA assistance data and/or reboot the GNSS sub-system
Device (from impOS™ 43)
Only available on imps with cellular modems
What delete and/or reboot action the modem should take
Table — See below
This method can be used to delete any gpsOneXTRA location assistance data currently loaded into the BG96’s GNSS sub-system. The outcome of the call depends on the integer passed into the resetMode parameter:
|0||Delete all assistance data except gpsOneXTRA data. Enforce a cold start after starting GNSS|
|1||Do not delete any data. Perform hot start if the conditions are permitted after starting GNSS|
|2||Delete some related data. Perform warm start if the conditions are permitted after starting GNSS|
|3||Delete the gpsOneXTRA assistance data injected into GNSS engine|
You must disable GNSS before calling this method — use gnss-session.disable() — otherwise the modem will return a CME error.
If you are using mode 3 then this deletes the assist data, which effectively disables assist. All other modes retain assist data but discard the GNSS sub-system’s working state.
The method returns a table which will contain the key status. The value of status will be zero if no error occurred, or an error code (see gnss-session for details).