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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by pilot1, Jul 18, 2010.

  1. pilot1

    pilot1 New Member
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    Hello All,
    I just got the wildfire [​IMG]
    I'm not familiar with the android OPS, so sorry if my question sounds [​IMG]
    What kind of navigation program can I use with the pfone? I prefer IgO if it is posible.
    How can I install it on the SD drive and run it on the phone?

    Thanks a lot
     

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  2. maxnicks

    maxnicks Well-Known Member
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    I have a Moto Droid 1. I've used Google Navigation since day 1. Other than its been accurate without fail. The 1 time it wasn't, I was in the boonies in Kentucky. No cell coverage, no wifi. I believe that CoPilot Live does not require an active internet connection to work. I need to research that one a bit more. Before my Droid, I was a Windows Mobile guy. I always used Telenav which was $9.99 a month. It was always excellent and did not require an active internet connection. I see on the MarketPlace that telenav costs $69.95 per year.

    Oh yeah, you might make sure you have actual unlimited bandwidth. Using Google Navigator sucks up a bunch of it. Here's an interesting thread on this forum.
    http://androidforums.com/htc-droid-eris/51440-google-navigator-without-data.html
     
  3. pilot1

    pilot1 New Member
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    Is there any apps that will use GPS only?
     
  4. newandroid77

    newandroid77 Member
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    co pilot only uses GPS.

    drop me an email for further info on copilot8 which i have running on my widlfire
     
  5. volvo940seturbo

    volvo940seturbo Well-Known Member
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    copilot works well, and is not that dear. I have it working on both my X10 and my wildfire, and both work just as good as each other. Both very accurate, just takes a little getting used to the menu system.

    I used to use a tomtom device, but no more, I just use my X10 and wildfire, they often give better more accurate instructions.
     
  6. sigi666

    sigi666 New Member
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    Hi, I'm a new wildfire-user...

    can anyone tell me where I can download a working iGo or Copilot?
    I tried installing copilot 8.0.0.327 but that always gave an error: 'the copilot-code cannot be loaded by the system'

    any ideas?
     
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