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Default [Q] P6 Igo problems

Hi all,
Have just taken delivery of my lovely new P6 and am getting to learn my way around it. My first problem is that I cannot get my Igo 8.3 package that I've been using very happily on my Desire S to install. I've copied the apk into the root of my sd card and installed it, however it does not appear to create an Igo folder into which I would presumably put my maps etc. If I copy my Igo folder from my Desire S application the P6 Igo application doesn't see it and asks me to insert the sd card with the Igo folder on it.
Ofcourse the display on the P6 is quite a bit bigger but I thought that would result in it just using a part of the display.
 
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You create a folder " iGo " in the sdcard.

Copy the content folder details , license, UX folder & data zip.
Put the apk file into this "iGo" folder too.

Run install using file manager.

Make sure you have the correct license file in the License folder
or else the map will not load.
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