The latest map set for devices running Ovi Maps v3.01, 3.03 & 3.04 is now 0.1.29.100 although at time of this post not available for either N95 or E72 via Nokia Suite!
I want download the latest map version
Don't think servers are active yet as no sign of it!
Another newbie here
I've got a N9 with Maps v4.2.55, interested in the latest maps and ClientIndex files for the (entire) USA. Thanks!
It does not appear that the 1.29.100 maps are available for the n79 (v3.01) either, using Nokia Suite. I have not tried Nokia Map Loader on Mac, since that application has not worked reliably for some time, and seems to take much longer than Nokia Suite to download and update the maps.
It does not appear that the 1.29.100 maps are available for the n79 (v3.01) either,
If or when user reports that Nokia Suite delivered map set 0.1.29.100 to device, then I might try to track down direct dowmload links but not until know servers are active as users of Ovi Maps v3.01, 3.03 & 3.04 are rapidly diminishing; that said I have N95 & E72 waiting for them!
2012-08-07 13:03 - edited 2012-08-07 13:17
Nokia did accept my renewal payment for navigation through June of 2013; I hope that means that they will continue to update the maps as well as allow me to use voice navigation. I do suppose that in the area where I use the maps most often (northeast USA and Benelux), there are few new roads being built- especially considering the economy! Still, one might reasonably suppose that if a navigation service was being offered for a price, albeit a low one, that regular updating of the maps would be a part of the package.
I do generally keep the internet connection active while using navigation, and I have noticed that it does update the maps automatically. I've seen road names at exits suddenly change as I approach, to reflect recent changes to signage. Hopefully this "on-the-fly" updating will continue, even if the full downloadable updates cease. Incidentally, the advantage of having the internet available while navigating is significant; quite a few times I have traveled through a tunnel or in an area where the GPS signal was temporarily lost The internet keeps updating nonetheless, and also helps lock on the GPS again, as soon as possible.
2012-08-10 1:29 - edited 2012-08-10 1:48
My Nokia N9 now have complete maps and navigation offline by following N9 Offline Maps Catalogue Download manually in thread http://discussions.nokia.com/t5/Maemo-and-MeeGo-De
My question is how in future i want received maps and navigation updates from nokia server since there is no listed maps country name and nice green tick beside under manage maps.
Sorry that this is one deficiency of manually installing map data which I can't resolve, but as N9 uses same data as Nokia Maps v3.09 upon Symbian devices it is likely to be updated 3 - 4 times a year. If you ever in vicinity of WLAN access point there is nothing to stop you grabbing a region by this method, as would overwrite/replace any existing data and would then show up in map index
I updated to 00.01.28.107 by deleting-extracting diskcache and CityIndex folders along with QF file but when i view Options - Support - About, i see the version and copyright info reported WRONG, see what i mean here:
How to fix it?
2012-08-13 19:24 - edited 2012-08-13 19:26
I believe aspergerguy has indicated that the correct version number will show up in the "About" screen only if you update using the usual method (Nokia Suite). But don't worry, you certainly do have the updated maps!
I believe the same. I haven't updated my maps data with Nokia Suite and impossible with current Nokia PC Suite (7.1) you know. That means, the copyright info and version string is kept in "phone memory" rather than in "cities" folder which is in microSDHC.
I can live with old copyright info and version info located on about screen, yes definitely annoying but it's good to have up-to-date maps data anyways.
Thanks for the maps, idexes, and voice files. im in South Africa and just tried your method. i have a 5800, deleted cities and qf file, started maps for directory structure, closed maps, copied files over as indicated, but when i open my maps and click on drive or maps it still says i have no street maps installed... have i missed something???
i have a 5800, deleted cities and qf file,
If starting from scratch did you also download ClientIndexAfrica decompress and copy to E:\cities\diskcache\ClientIndex creating folder ClientIndex if not already present?
Your 5800XM is running Nokia Maps v3.06 and you are using South Africa from 00.02.46.103 series here?