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#21
Inception is not needed.
Thanks a lot, it's really welcome as a change.

Luckily the community works on improving the N9 user experience, because we cannot count on Nokia for that (Hello spelling correction with no accent, Hello facebook contacts linking that can one day, for no reason, break and you have to redo everything manually again, etc etc etc etc etc).
 
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Could you write the complete code for the replacement of files from MyDocs?
 
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Originally Posted by Arie View Post
It couldn't be easier than this...

Use my file to modify it, and to revert back to stock in terminal:
apt-get --reinstall install nokia-drive-qml
I beg to differ
As I am way out of me league (think I was already buying a n9 but still in love)
Can you give a noob guide?
Cant stat drive-qml no such file or..........
 
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Originally Posted by nieldk View Post
Download this file https://www.dropbox.com/s/27zgzbxyqqyktpf/drive-qml.zip

unzip it, and copy the unzipped files to MyDocs/drive-qml folder on phone

in terminal on phone, enter
$ devel-su (default password is rootme)
# cd /home/user/MyDocs
# cp -R drive-qml /usr/lib/

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it`s works! thanks!)
 

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#25
Got it working. Guess I can read after all. Thank you all. To bad it aint any traffic info where I live
 
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Originally Posted by colin.stephane View Post
I continue thinking a unified diff patch file was the best to keep modifications safe with easy possibility to reverse ...
Originally Posted by Arie View Post
It couldn't be easier than this...

Use my file to modify it, and to revert back to stock in terminal:
apt-get --reinstall install nokia-drive-qml
Colin's suggestion is better. A unified diff/patch could be distributed freely, packaged and deployed.

Your method, Arie, has you distributing the complete files. These are copyright Nokia and so you are violating both Nokia's copyright and the terms of the forum.
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Edit: colin.stephane has posted a patch which takes care of everything, see here

Thanks sony123, a real nice find.
Here's an automated method (completely safe and reversable) to take away the tedious work.

Download this shell script, rename it to maps.sh
Download this patch:
traffic patch, rename it to traffic.patch


Place maps.sh and traffic.patch into the same directory on the N9 and, as root, cd to where you copied them and run
Code:
sh ./maps.sh
If you are told a patch has already been applied and asked about a reversal, just anser "n" (no) to all the questions.

If you want to restore the original files then, as root, run:
Code:
rm -rf /usr/lib/drive-qml
apt-get install --reinstall nokia-drive-qml
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It can't find package patch when trying to apt-get install patch........
 
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Originally Posted by Morpog View Post
It can't find package patch when trying to apt-get install patch........
run apt-get update first
 
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Originally Posted by nieldk View Post
run apt-get update first
I already did....

Edit:
Do I need to add any special repo to my sources list?

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