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Topic # 23855 10-Jul-2008 10:17
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Hi All

I have installed Google Maps on my Okta Touch and am trying to use the 'Locate Me' function, but when I hit this it tells me it is not compatible with my phone. Is this correct? Anyone else get this?

Steve

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  Reply # 145997 10-Jul-2008 10:38
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Ah ok... thanks Mauricio.

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  Reply # 146136 10-Jul-2008 15:01
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steve98: Hi All

I have installed Google Maps on my Okta Touch and am trying to use the 'Locate Me' function, but when I hit this it tells me it is not compatible with my phone. Is this correct? Anyone else get this?

Steve


You can enable GPS on your Touch and use the 'Use GPS' option instead Laughing



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  Reply # 146164 10-Jul-2008 15:32
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mattoktanz: You can enable GPS on your Touch and use the 'Use GPS' option instead Laughing


Hmmm yes I've been looking at that, but I'm not yet sure I have the guts to do it. It's very frustrating knowing that there's GPS capability sat in the phone but no way of using it without risking bricking it. I wish Telecom would release an update, I'd be happy to pay for it.

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