Then check, if in your build.prop file on /system the setting is as:
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And in ueventd.odroidc2.rc:
With my ublox7-gps, the baudrate can also be 115200, maybe with yours also.
If you change something at this files, please check that the rights stay at 644. If the rights not 644, it can end in a boot loop. After that reboot.
Then check in Android settings, if location is enabled and is device only.
Do you have the location symbol in status bar?
Without an application that uses location, there won't be a location symbol, means that the driver is not loaded. Check out GPSTest.
With the nmea messages I saw, your gps has no fix. Take a long cable and put it outside the window, after a while it should have a location fix.
Last, if you have a location symbol in status bar, then you can see the messages in logcat, do a 'logcat|grep gps'. There should be something.
You can copy the logs to a code block here, it's better than a screen shot.