I received the Android 5.1.1 update from 5.0.1 today on my Verizon Note 4 and all went very smooth OTA. Took about 15-20 minutes to download and complete the install.
It's come a long way...
I think I finally have to admit that my trusty GPSmap 60CS is retired. I haven't used it for my field work in over two years.
In its place, I have been using a wonderful app called Theodolite by Hunter Research and Technology, LLC.
I just learned this today: If you have a device with iOS 8.2 or earlier, Airplane Mode will also turn off GPS...
So - on iPhones running any iOS after 8.3 - Airplane Mode will leave the GPS receiver working on the device, and you can use it with an app that stores full maps on the device without a need for a cellular or wifi data connection.
The Garmin USA app for iPhone has been updated to version 2.10 and includes Maps 2016.10.
I was forced to update my company iPhone last weekend and since it didn't explode, I decided to update my 6+ and my wife's 4S. The only problem I had was the"link" (my term) to our carrier on my wife's iPhone didn't reset. I didn't realize it at first because the Wi-Fi worked. However, when my wife went to the store, she couldn't send or receive calls.
Have I missed this on here?
I just downloaded my POIs into Google Maps.
I also downloaded my Routes into Google Maps but have not found how to route them.
*Go to your PC. Open Google Maps and be sure to sign in so it will link to your phone and tablet.
*In the upper left click on the three bars
*Click on My Maps
*In the right corner click on Create
*Click on Import
Walmart has the Samsung 64GB EVO Class 10 microSD Card with Adapter for only $18.74 . I bought one yesterday and picked it up at my local Walmart. That is a very good price for a top of the line very fast name brand microSD Card.
I'm looking for a windshield mount for my OnePlus One smartphone. This is a big phone (5.5 inch display) with a rear camera located on the top center back of the phone.
Samsung Galaxy S4 new firmware update I545VRUGOF1 released and just finished updating my S4 that went fine and everything is still working,
Does anybody know how to fix this?....
From Google Maps (v9.9.0) on my Galaxy S4,
I search for an address and Google Maps finds it.
Using SHARE I select Garminn Smartlink (v1.8.2)
Smartlink opens up and the SEND button is available.
I think I have read on one of our post that there is an app that you can put your Custom POIs on your Android phone.
Been patiently waiting for the Lollipop update to show up for my Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0. For other Samsung owners see http://samsung.youmobile.org/ for schedule.
They have come a long way, prolly better than a phone no doubt. Had a Caddy rental and had to say the nav was decent (can't understand for the life of me why a 72k American car has no locking fuel door, while a 16k import does.). And at nearly 3/4 of 100k how the quality is not there. But the gps was decent.
Can you use an android smartphone (Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One M7, or similar) as a stand alone gps just as you would a Garmin, Tom Tom, etc WITHOUT cellular service and without wi-fi.
I've googled a bit on this subject but haven't really gotten any definitive answers.
I don't mind purchasing an app for a one time fee if necessary.
CoPilot's Truck GPS app for Android comes with a wide assortment of POI's--airports, attractions, banks, bus stations, etc that serve no purpose except to clutter up my search results and category lists. Does anybody know what I need to do to delete them?
OK, back on maps in Europe.
Has anyone from another country taken their smartphone or tablet to Europe and used any map app with downloaded map without using data?
Example, Google Map, Here, etc...
Did they work well?
Did you have to use any data?
Did they give routing with spoken directions?
Thanks for all your help.
For example, I want HERE on the left for navigation, while Google map on the right to view traffic pattern far far ahead.
Google Maps, the venerable mapping service from the world's largest search company, will soon work both online and off.
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