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  Reply # 679326 30-Aug-2012 16:07
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IntegerIsNumber:
DoggNZ:
IntegerIsNumber: Navigon 4.1.3 is available now free ;)
Hands up anyone?


Where from?


If you live in Australia then it is free :) otherwise look no where else.


Not entirely sure how useful this is on an NZ based Website with mostly NZ based users.....but thanks

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  Reply # 679327 30-Aug-2012 16:10
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DoggNZ:
IntegerIsNumber:
DoggNZ:
IntegerIsNumber: Navigon 4.1.3 is available now free ;)
Hands up anyone?


Where from?


If you live in Australia then it is free :) otherwise look no where else.


Not entirely sure how useful this is on an NZ based Website with mostly NZ based users.....but thanks


+1

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 679328 30-Aug-2012 16:13
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MikeSands: So, Samsung made their official announcement that we'll be getting Jelly Bean "very soon." Not quite the definite information I was hoping for!


I really think someone should legally define "very soon", its being used way to much lately.

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  Reply # 679332 30-Aug-2012 16:17
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ibuksh:
DoggNZ:
IntegerIsNumber:
DoggNZ:
IntegerIsNumber: Navigon 4.1.3 is available now free ;)
Hands up anyone?


Where from?


If you live in Australia then it is free :) otherwise look no where else.


Not entirely sure how useful this is on an NZ based Website with mostly NZ based users.....but thanks


+1


If it's free in AU, then you can download it for free in NZ by using the Market Enabler app.

Take a look at this topic:
Navigon Aus/NZ maps free for Galaxy S

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  Reply # 679336 30-Aug-2012 16:23
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Note that in order to use the Market Enabler app, you need to have a rooted phone.

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  Reply # 679352 30-Aug-2012 16:35
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menabassily:
ibuksh:
DoggNZ:
IntegerIsNumber:
DoggNZ:
IntegerIsNumber: Navigon 4.1.3 is available now free ;)
Hands up anyone?


Where from?


If you live in Australia then it is free :) otherwise look no where else.


Not entirely sure how useful this is on an NZ based Website with mostly NZ based users.....but thanks


+1


If it's free in AU, then you can download it for free in NZ by using the Market Enabler app.

Take a look at this topic:
Navigon Aus/NZ maps free for Galaxy S


Not sure if they've fixed the loophole or if I'm just being a n00b but I'm not seeing alot of free. The one with Samsung on it is for tablets and such....

With Market Enabler set to 50502



Set to 53024 (default)


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  Reply # 679356 30-Aug-2012 16:45
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DoggNZ:

Not sure if they've fixed the loophole or if I'm just being a n00b but I'm not seeing alot of free. The one with Samsung on it is for tablets and such....

With Market Enabler set to 50502



Set to 53024 (default)



This is the one I have now the "Navigon Samsung Australia" which is the free one, I got it using the market enabler, this is working perfectly on my I9300 but it still is the old version.

Set the market enabler to 50502 and go to the "Samsung Apps" app and you will see the free latest version ;)

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  Reply # 679358 30-Aug-2012 16:46
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Here it is:
http://www.samsungapps.com/topApps/topAppsDetail.as?categoryId=0000009826&productId=G00006288158

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  Reply # 679368 30-Aug-2012 16:56
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Passed this info to my brother in law in Aus and he told me for them it comes pre installed...


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  Reply # 679370 30-Aug-2012 17:01
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I've just downloaded mine now, using market enabler and the "Samsung apps" app. Cheers

Foo

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  Reply # 679389 30-Aug-2012 17:59
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Since installing the Telecom update for my SIII, I've noticed that my battery life seems to have gotten worse. Anyone else noticed anything similar with any of the recent firmware updates?

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  Reply # 679390 30-Aug-2012 18:05
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Four people happily put their hands up :) and received.

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  Reply # 679394 30-Aug-2012 18:17
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NZtechfreak: 

Just as well the deals were on, steered you towards the better phone :)


heh. I'm still a fan of the One X, but I'm in no way disappointed in the s3. It's a damn nice unit. Just need a good screen protector and case now. 

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  Reply # 679397 30-Aug-2012 18:27
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IntegerIsNumber: Four people happily put their hands up :) and received.


Thanks for the heads up man. I know how to get them, but didn't know about the new version until you've pointed it out. Cheers.

Now, any idea how to get the "safety & Relax package"???

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  Reply # 679427 30-Aug-2012 18:59
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menabassily:
IntegerIsNumber: Four people happily put their hands up :) and received.


Thanks for the heads up man. I know how to get them, but didn't know about the new version until you've pointed it out. Cheers.

Now, any idea how to get the "safety & Relax package"???



Sorry mate can't get that unless you paying for it.

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