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9th June 2010, 10:42 AM   |  #1  
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hello mates,

anybody know if is possible (and how) to use googleMaps or googleNavigator in OFFLINE mode without internet connection?

Is possible (and how) pre-download full-area-maps or personal routes?



thanks in advance.


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9th June 2010, 01:23 PM   |  #2  
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Probably.. NO
9th June 2010, 01:47 PM   |  #3  
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This is possible. You can use Mobile Atlas Creator :http://mobac.dnsalias.org/

and one of the supported map programs. Personally I use Maverick for this. You can choose from a wide array of different maps, including Google's. It willl only work on normal maps though, you can't do this with the turn by turn navigation that Google provides.
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nothing "standard" to be used simply with GMaps or GNavigator?
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Quote:
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nothing "standard" to be used simply with GMaps or GNavigator?

I'm afraid not, you do get exactly the same maps though. There is a reason though Google doesn't support this; even a small country would take several GBs worth of data if you included the nearest zoom levels. You could easily fill up a 32GB microSD card, so I guess that's why it's not included as standard.
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ok.... understood.... let me cry....
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Re: offline GPS navigation
Yes and no. any route you set up to navigate will cache all street information, but not for other reason

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Yeah, data is only need to get the route, Navigation will still work after that without data as long as you stay within the Nav's route.

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