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I have had AT&T for a while and a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 for a couple of years. There is an app that updates every now and then that I have never used as I don't know what it is.
I am assuming that it has something to do with driving .
Has anyone ever used it? Does anyone know what it is? Is it any good?
As posted above, I am just wondering if anybody here keeps a smartphone or tablet permanently mounted in their vehicle just to run Google Maps.
Just came out yesterday, some enhancements.
Which way to turn?
I bought a new Android tablet recently. I bought Garmin Viago some time ago, but I don't see it as a choice for this tablet, but I still have it one my smsartphone. Has Garmin quit adding new devices, since they no longer are selling Garmin Viago new?
Apple iOS 10.1.1 is live.
Just came out, fixes bugs and other stuff.
After more than a year Garmin just released a new version. I'm downloading right now.
COME AND GET IT!!!!!
iOS 10.1 is live and free!!!!
Has anyone had any problems with the latest update?
I was looking for information to help me on Google Maps and could not find the post I wanted so I think I will start a post for Google Map Information.
My first question is:
I have found that if you make a route with multiple stops on the phone or tablet you can send an icon to your phone or tablet (the item you are making the route on).
Out of curiosity, how many actually preordered or plan to get the iPhone 7?
I actually preordered since T-Mobile actually had a great offer to get it for free with trade in, trade in value bill credit and EIP financed by T-Mobile for 24 months.
Just read an article that phone companies have to unlock your
cell phone if you ask. There are rules and conditions.
I am on AT&T and this is the site I followed. I have put in for an unlock code. It takes a couple of days to get it. Will let you know if I get it.
The article was on c/net I think. It told about several providers and the rules but I only read AT&t.
If you have AT&T go here.
Which one would you prefer?
I prefer skin because it is less costly, provide a better grip, add some creativity and less chunky or bulky than a case.
I am looking for a new Android tablet. Looking for one with at 10 - 12 inch screen with good speed and good ram and rom and an SD card slot. I also want it to be able to have data, not just Wifi.
I have the Nexus 7 (2012) but it is getting old and I want a little bigger and better one.
So far I have found a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 at 9.7 inches.
It looks on reviews to be good.
As posted above, I am looking for a Windows 10 tablet. So far, I haven't found any mainstream brands with GPS built into them. Does anybody here happen to know of any?
I just got my first semi-smart phone and I'm trying to decide on a junk-call blocker. There are several on the Google store, but I'd like to get people's recommendations. The phone is a Samsung Galaxy J3, which of course is an Android. So, fellow Factorites, what's a good call blocker?
I currently have several Garmin GPS devices. The newest and most feature rich that I have is my Garmin Nüvi 3597LMTHD. I am pretty satisfied with its performance. I am considering getting another device for one of my vehicles and I am considering whether I should get another Garmin Nüvi 3597LMTHD or if I should get am Apple iPhone and install the Garmin StreetPilot Onboard App.
I don't see a section for Google Maps, so I felt the need to share how to bring in POI files to a "My Map." Then, on my Android phone, I can set that My Map as the foundation for Google Maps. SOO cool to see my special POIs as I use Google Maps.
Here's a video on how to import POI Factory files to Google My Maps.
Improved stability. Downloaded to my iPhone 6 and used with no issues.
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