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Old October 11th, 2010, 07:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Offline GPS maps for Samsung Galaxy S - I9000 - India

Hi Android Users,

I am a newbie to Android operating systems, I own a Samsung Galaxy-S (i9000) and am from India. Its widely known as Samsung Vibrand, abroad.

Is there any offline maps for "India" available for this mobile?

Spec: Android 2.1, Samsung, Galaxy-S

The mobile has GPS device inbuilt in it.

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Old October 11th, 2010, 07:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
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You'll need more than just maps. You'll want a suitable GPS nav app.
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Old October 11th, 2010, 07:36 AM   #3 (permalink)
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It has google maps pre-installed.
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Post Buy MapMyIndia Sygic Maps

You can go for mapMyIndia sygic maps. it costs around 2400 r.s but its quite worth a buy. you can visit the site www.mapmyindia.com. You also can search for a application called 'NDrive' which is also a navigation app.
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check out the app called Maverick there is a lite version that you can try
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Try MapDroyd. It will download the maps you select.
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I have Samsung Galaxy s i9000, with Froyo. On my recent visit to Rajasthan, i could get GPS fix (with much difficulty) but could not see my exact location, as the map was not getting loaded. i did not have access to GPRS nor Wi-fi connection. Is it because of non-access to GPRS or wi-fi connection, the maps did not get loaded and I could not see my exact location?

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Free MapDroyd for maps. Not for navigation.
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Google maps uses Internet to download and navigate so it will cost data connection
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Free MapDroyd for maps. Not for navigation.
I use Mapdroyd and navigation is really precise for me.

Mapdroyd all the way.

You download the maps you need and you can GPS your way
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Google maps uses Internet to download and navigate so it will cost data connection
Only for programming/planning/setting up your route. Once you've done that you can switch off all connections (e.g. Airplane Mode) except the GPS locator app and drive/walk/bike to your destination using Google Maps. No extra download of maps required. So no connection to networks required.
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Hello
I have Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 in India
I want to know if I buy ur App
Will I get Maps for :- city, state, country ?


City: Mumbai
State: Maharashtra
Country: India
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