? On some Nokia phones (like the N95) maps are stored in:
? If your phone has both folders, get a small map (for a single country) and try both folders to see which one works. Even Nokia's own map loader doesn't always get it right. Details on the Nokia discussion board.
clau93 wrote:this trick is avaible for my phone who didn't have gps and internet ?
GPS is free on your phone. AGPS (Assisted GPS) will use a small amount of data to get a quicker initial fix on your position, The amount of data for an assisted fix is small, but if you don't have Internet access or if you need to avoid data charges, then disable AGPS and you will just need to wait a bit longer for GPS to to get a fix on your current location. Once you have a 'fix' the GPS radio reception from multiple satellites orbiting the earth is free.
You can pre-load any Nokia maps you require onto your phone using Nokia Map Loader with a PC whch has Internet access.
With GPS and pre-loaded maps on your phone, Nokia Maps can run without any data/Internet requirement.
This actually seems to have worked on mine. I'll confirm tonight when I get home - bit hard to navigate across office!
Oops, spoke too soon, purchase info just popped up when GPS locked. Looking at this more closely I can't see how this could possibly work, there's a step missing from the OP's instructions, something they're possibly unaware of - the zip file does not include anything other than the map data, and that's all you're replacing the Nokia maps with.
I just paid 6 quid (UKP) for a 30 x day trial of voice navigation on Nokia Maps 2 after setting my phone date to my birthday in 3 years time. Not sure, but I'll set the phone date to this date each time I want to use Maps 2. and maybe it will just seem like a very long day to the application <?>
Currently working fine - not sure if it will in 30 days tho'.