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  # 83478 23-Aug-2007 13:00
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I see the Mobile GMaps developers have removed Google Maps support at Googles request :-( See here. I guess the older versions will still work though? Maybe only in offline mode?

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  # 83488 23-Aug-2007 14:33
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You can add your own providers though... http://www.hacktheday.com/mobile-geeks-use-mobile-gmaps-now-better-than-ever-despite-threats-from-google/
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  # 83493 23-Aug-2007 15:09
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Hey guys, well at least i know i'm not gonig crazy. Any chance someone can post up a copy of a version that works with the maps? Thanks.

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  # 83500 23-Aug-2007 15:46
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got that going mint on the e90 via wifi thanks. 800 x 352 pixels of map yeeehah :-)

does that work with the offline maps too?



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  # 83527 23-Aug-2007 20:00
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Assuming you have the N95 version of MGMaps, have you followed the installation instructions that are available at the MGMaps forum? They are easy to follow, main points are to install from the jad file and make sure the mapcache file is hidden.
What specific problem(s) are you having?

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  # 83533 23-Aug-2007 21:45
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Ok, jsut a few question, i'm prob jsut being blond but can the file be left zips as it says it can handle archives, if extracted do all the sub directories get hidden as well? Will 1.36 work?  thanks for all you help. 

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  # 83666 24-Aug-2007 21:11
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Hello All
I have tried everything but no luck I installed the latest version of Mgmaps (1.36.2) But nothing worked, so I installed version 1.35.01) using jad file. Then I downloaded Map from this forum and install to my memory card. I tick offline and stored map, restart and open again but still no luck.. What I can see is the Mgmaps logo arghhhh...

Please help

Now using mgmaps 1.35.01 n95

 
 
 
 


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# 84675 31-Aug-2007 15:17

It's time to update your Nokia Maps application on your phones!

And dont forget to update the Nokia Map Loader sw on your PC too.

http://maps.nokia.com




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  # 85498 5-Sep-2007 19:44
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Bump also having the same problem also how do you get mgmaps to detect or select the stored map ,yes I have clicked on stored map option also

Hmmm not sure if its working now its offline and I can view a nzmap but the bottom does say google map ?

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# 85526 5-Sep-2007 22:46
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peejayw do you have a map working for Hamilton? (I read in your previous thread that you had sucessfuly got maps for the main cities working and said if other cities were required you might have them too.) I love my N95 had a 6680 so the basic layout etc is the same. Had some teething problems but only map issues left (Touch wood)



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  # 85535 6-Sep-2007 06:46
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ejnz: peejayw do you have a map working for Hamilton? (I read in your previous thread that you had sucessfuly got maps for the main cities working and said if other cities were required you might have them too.) I love my N95 had a 6680 so the basic layout etc is the same. Had some teething problems but only map issues left (Touch wood)


The NZ map I made included Hamilton.

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  # 85537 6-Sep-2007 07:16
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Hey Peejayw, I wondered whether you had made more maps for Smartcom?

Incidentally, how are you finding Smartcom? Are you using it as your main GPS program, or is MGMaps your primary GPS software? I'm thinking about getting it.




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  # 85538 6-Sep-2007 07:23
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I am using Smartcom, MGMaps is getting there but still has memory issues.
I now have a North Island and South Island touring map and street level maps for Auckland and Christchurch. Just adding to them as the need and time arises Undecided

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  # 85541 6-Sep-2007 07:47
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How involved is it to make the maps? What are you generating them from?




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  # 85656 6-Sep-2007 19:44
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About 5 different apps including Photoshop but I am sure it will get easier.
What area were you interested in?

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