I have a Samsung Moment running Android 2.1. I now use this in place of my Nuvi 350. I find it a far better solution for me. I NEVER use the visual maps on the GPSr or the phone, only the text to speech. Since the only thing I miss is the red light camera warnings I am wondering is there way to load the POI file to the phone?
According to the following link on Google's support site, not through KML, but through external programs that support Android.
how do you get a GPS running on it on the go ? did garmin release a gmobile xt for android yet ? or do you use an online google maps or something ?
Android has Google Maps Mobile as an app. Unlike Google Mobile for Pocket PC-based smartphones, Google Maps Mobile for Android provides spoken directions.
The closest approach Garmin has made to an Android app is...an entire phone. Their T-Mobile phone runs an old version of Android, but has a nice Garmin-designed interface as well as Garmin mapping.
Yes Google Maps is an app that comes standard on the phone, a Samsung Moment, and it is wonderful. Text to speech. VERY accurate and I like it much better than the GPSr.
As a secondary device they do the job well enough. However, I prefer dedicated GPS units because they do one thing and they do it well, rather than trying to be a jack of all trades and ending up being master of none.
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