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Old January 18th, 2012, 09:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Maps (process com.google.android.apps.maps) stopped

I've been trying to use Google Maps, which seems to work just fine until I attempt to use the Navigate portion within it. I then get:

'Sorry! The application Maps (process com.google.android.apps.maps) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.'

Has anyone seen this recently and is there a fix? I love the system...it always worked like a charm on my Eris.

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Old January 18th, 2012, 10:07 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The Navigation app is working for me. GPS and data are both enabled.

Do you have a data connection (or Wi-Fi) so it can access the map data on the Internet for a new map section to display?

Does the Maps app work (for an area that you have not previously displayed)?

When I run Navigation in Airplane mode it runs-and-runs-and-runs displaying "Getting driving directions".

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You may want to try and update the map app.

Just a thought.
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Well, I seem to have fixed it...or it fixed itself.

I had rooted the phone, but not forever rooted it. I know there was a system push yesterday. Once I rebooted with the forever root, I was able to update Maps and it's now working fine.
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the same << 'Sorry! The application Maps (process com.google.android.apps.maps) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.'
>> appears to me when i open MAPS ,, even my phone storage has 37.8 mb free ,, and i had my phone reboot several times ,, i can't open it
plzzzz help me !!
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go into settings applications and uninstall updates for maps and then clear it's storage. Let it update again and you should be good.
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