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#21
Originally Posted by freemangordon View Post
You need to have MM10 already installed, there is a hacked "drive" binary along with Europe.mlm floating over the inet which allows *ANY* MM10 map to be used(Android maps included).

I can upload it on request via PM, put please don't flood my PM inbox

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I don't like pirating software, I paid for MM10 and Sygic promised to support MM10 on Maemo and after this didn't happen while they continue to spam my e-mail with offers related to their great SW running on Android, they've lost all my respect
This desearves a self thread I think?
Not anly they didn't supported the app but also didn't makes maps for other part of the world like southamerica for ex. ( they made them for newest maps).
Please share how to get it to work
 

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I don't know much about this one. It does sound like its a good thread with a lot in interest.
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Originally Posted by pichlo View Post
There is also Navit which, judging by the traffic on this thread, looks also somewhat active, but at least I have never managed to work out how to use it. In fact, I have just removed it again after yet another failed attempt to give it a chance. In short, Modrana seems to be the only viable option left.
navit in maemo repos is not working. you have to use the version in bokomoko repos http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/Maemo

then you can install the packages tapping on C button of Faster App Manager (Category filter-> all packages and type navit to find the packages) packages to be installed are: navit and libfreetype6-navit

after this you need to dowload map from http://maps5.navit-project.org/ and configure xml files
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Wiki page for Maemo Navigation software http://wiki.maemo.org/Navigation_Tools
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Thank you. Interesting stuff.
 

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waze works very well for me (may depend on your location -- I've used it without issue both in Israel and in the USA). See the t.m.o thread about waze.
 
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Wowwwww I ask about GPS and I got tons of them to look at. I have looked at Modrana and it looks good. The voice sounds like a computer voice---but I could get used to that. I will try the others and see how they work.

Its funny because I have been to the app menu tons of times and didn't realize they were GPS apps.

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Originally Posted by rootytooty View Post
I have looked at Modrana and it looks good. The voice sounds like a computer voice---but I could get used to that.
It does because it is Computer generated voice by espeak. Try this in the terminal:
Code:
espeak "A quick brown fox jumped over a lazy dog."
 

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*The and *jumps
 

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