2012-12-14 21:20 - edited 2012-12-14 21:22
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Quite often a bit more detail available "Online" but once downloaded remains in collection unlike satellite imagery. If you have destination in mind you can always use WLAN access point and zoom in and out over area to see if any more data available before travelling.
Symbian specialist until 31/01/2013 with interests in Maemo & MeeGo but an aversion to Windows!
2012-12-15 17:39 - edited 2012-12-15 17:43
If so, what is the point of the function called off-line navigation, with preinstaled maps in phone's memory (memory card)?
Anyway, i did manage to solve it.
I up-date the old maps application (default) in the phone with the new one (3.01). After that, i restart the phone, connect it to my PC, upload the new maps in the phone and voila! i'm so happy! The old map of Turkey had 48mb before, and after the update it has 148mb or so. And so on for the others countryes. Now, i can realy use complete maps in off-line navigation mode.
View the atach for the new map version.
Another great fact, E90 connect with sattelites in just few seconds. The E7 that just died on me was connecting with sattelites in few minutes (sometimes over 10 minutes).
E90, such a good phone that will become history... So stabile, i think the most stabile Symbian ever. Great hardware, great looks, the man's phone.
The succesor E7 is such a letdown with the charger port that is not tested enough before mass production and poor software (all: v3, anna, belle). E7 was a good compromise for me but i know that every E7 had to change the charging port to keep working. Thanks but no thanks. After only 8 months, my E7 had died and my old-old E90 still rulez after 5 years with no problem and no reparation so far.
Now i will keep use my old E90 because is nothing similar on the market and the instabile (hardware and software) E7 is not doing for me anymore.
Nokia, what you will do in the future with all the communicator users? What flagship sould i get from Nokia in the future with hardware buttons???
Thank you and excuse me for my poor english.
Good to know that you are happy with the Updates.. but even after the update you may find SOME details less / missing than that appearing 'On-line' .. The benefit of using the Maps 'Off-line' is that you save on Data download cost every time you use the Maps ..