Offline GPS maps for Samsung Galaxy S - I9000 - India


  1. senthurpandian.r

    senthurpandian.r New Member

    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.

    Best Regards,
    Senthur

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  2. takeshi

    takeshi Well-Known Member

    You'll need more than just maps. You'll want a suitable GPS nav app.
  3. senthurpandian.r

    senthurpandian.r New Member

    It has google maps pre-installed.
  4. krishnanln

    krishnanln New Member

    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.
  5. princetonbc

    princetonbc Active Member

    check out the app called Maverick there is a lite version that you can try
  6. LaCeS OuT

    LaCeS OuT Well-Known Member

    Try MapDroyd. It will download the maps you select.
  7. Nitinbhai

    Nitinbhai New Member

    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?

    nitin
  8. Free MapDroyd for maps. Not for navigation.
  9. lgoptimus1

    lgoptimus1 New Member

    Google maps uses Internet to download and navigate so it will cost data connection
  10. egX

    egX Member

    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 ;)
  11. 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.
  12. ilordvader

    ilordvader Well-Known Member

    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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