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Sygic not compatible?

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11th May 2014, 10:54 AM   |  #1  
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So Just got my Z2 a few days ago but sygic says it can not write the maps to SD due to the Android version and after that crashes, does anyone have a solution?

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So Just got my Z2 a few days ago but sygic says it can not write the maps to SD due to the Android version and after that crashes, does anyone have a solution?

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There will be an update within a few days that will solve the KitKat 4.4 problem with writing to the SD-Card.
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There will be an update within a few days that will solve the KitKat 4.4 problem with writing to the SD-Card.


Thanks i hope it gets solved soon.



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So Just got my Z2 a few days ago but sygic says it can not write the maps to SD due to the Android version and after that crashes, does anyone have a solution?

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It's working fine on my Z2. Have you tried installing the maps to the internal memory?
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It's working fine on my Z2. Have you tried installing the maps to the internal memory?

There is no problems with internal memory (only external SD-cards) but it's a heavy thing to have in the little internal memory of Z2.
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It's working fine on my Z2. Have you tried installing the maps to the internal memory?

Yep, does not work without the sd card inserted, so will have to wait a while till the update.

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Just to share an update, after the Sygic update from 2 days ago i'm able to install without crashing of the app, it is on the internal memory untill they release a Kitkat compatible update.

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So Just got my Z2 a few days ago but sygic says it can not write the maps to SD due to the Android version and after that crashes, does anyone have a solution?

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if you are rooted, try SDFix: kitkat. He solve this problem for me

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