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Connecting Reach to an Android Device for Data Collection – New Video Guide

We continue covering the most popular workflows with Reach RS+ and Reach RS2 in our video guides. 

In today’s video, we will show how to connect Reach to an Android device via Bluetooth and send precise coordinates from rover to any GIS or survey app. 

If you are going to use an Android smartphone or tablet for land survey with Mobile Topographer, FieldGenius or ESRI’s ArcGIS, then watch this video to get started.

The text version of the guide can be found on Emlid docs. 

Hope you’ll like the new video. Let us know what guides you’d like us to post next! Don’t forget to subscribe to the Emlid channel on Youtube and you won’t miss our new video guides. 

In case you prefer using the iOS platform, you can work with our ReachView app to collect and stake out points. ReachView smoothly runs on iOS and Android devices and support data import and export in CSV, DXF, GeoJSON, and ESRI Shapefile formats.