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Re: HTC User

#291 Post by Humble » Mon Jan 05, 2009 5:35 pm

gheeyew wrote:Hi,

Thanks for the guide and assistance. I will go tru and see how it goes.

GY

u manage to setup yours? I try the whole day.. doesnt seems to work... by the way, does our Touch 3G require another GPSr to connect?

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Re: HTC User

#292 Post by Humble » Mon Jan 05, 2009 7:03 pm

jammaster wrote:Hi,

I have accidently deleted the sub folder (including voice) in my Mapking2007 directory. May I know what is the actual directory structure and where can I get back/download the voice files? Please help.

I'm using HTC Touch 3G.
Bro,

How u on the GPS ar? i think i cant even on my GPS... wanna faint liao...

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Re: HTC User

#293 Post by gheeyew » Mon Jan 12, 2009 1:35 pm

Hi Humble,
Yes, mine is working now. The Touch 3G doesn't need another GPSs to connect. It should be connected automatically when you run the Mapking.

If yours is not working, send it to the seller to configure, I'm sure there won't be any charges.

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Re: HTC User

#294 Post by jammaster » Mon Jan 19, 2009 12:00 am

Humble wrote: Bro,

How u on the GPS ar? i think i cant even on my GPS... wanna faint liao...
Mine is working but I cannot get back my english sound even I've installed the sound file. Just use com4 to connect the integrated GPS device. Can anybody tell me the directory name for the english sound file?

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Re: HTC User

#295 Post by tango95 » Sun Feb 08, 2009 11:40 am

bro,

i'm new with htc (mine is htc touch hd), can anybody tell me how to install gps maping or is there any web site to visit/to look for guide?

thanks.

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Re: HTC User

#296 Post by bartmp8 » Sun Feb 08, 2009 12:26 pm

tango95 wrote:bro,

i'm new with htc (mine is htc touch hd), can anybody tell me how to install gps maping or is there any web site to visit/to look for guide?

thanks.
Hi :welcome: to MSM, Pls read my "Welcome Message". You'll find some links there.

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Re: What is the best PDA phone to run GARMIN XT

#297 Post by zongbao » Sun Mar 15, 2009 7:01 am

i m using GMXT on samsung omnia. works perfectly fine with me.

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Re: What is the best PDA phone to run GARMIN XT

#298 Post by trajet2b » Sun Mar 15, 2009 11:51 am

am using it with my Moto-Q9H. no problemo.

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Re: What is the best PDA phone to run GARMIN XT

#299 Post by waypoint » Sun Mar 15, 2009 12:55 pm

OK, I'm going to lay it out on whoever's asking which PDA/Smartphone is best for installing Garmin XT.

Any PDA/Smartphone is fine so long it does not run on WM. :evil:

Having experienced the i780 and the Omnia, I can truly say that WM-based devices SUCK. The programming codes are (still)buggy at best, features don't always do what they are supposed to sometimes, need a hella lot of memory(ROM- and RAM-wise) and worst of all, battery run-times are pathetic at best. Sure, you've heard of people saying that their phones last 2-days! But at what cost? BT turned off, Wi-Fi detection turned off, on GSM network instead of 3G, display backlight at its lowest setting, Powersave mode turned on and other yaddah... So why buy a phone with all these features then? Bah!

The kick-in-da-nuts is that Samsung WM-based devices with their proprietary software, sockets and jacks don't allow 'field/portable phone chargers'(the kind that runs on AA batteries or battery packs that are recharged either by solar cells, USB ports or otherwise). And even if you did, try looking for a proprietary plug that works with one.

So there, rambling over...

Anyway, I'm a happy camper with my E71 now. And I have whatever features I need on the phone turned on and on 3G network without fear of too short a battery life. I make it a point to re-start the phone every morning, use it as my primary unit for in-car navigation, charge it using Eveready Energizer's portable charger when it runs down and it looks great.

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Re: HTC User

#300 Post by igni59 » Fri Mar 20, 2009 1:49 pm

Humble wrote: Bro,
How u on the GPS ar? i think i cant even on my GPS... wanna faint liao...
Hi humble, there are no default programs on the Touch 3G (T3G) for the GPS.

The set I got from Starhub only has :
1) QuickGPS : a program that notes down satellite positions for faster fixing.
2) External GPS : This sets the output port for the GPS data.

essentially, your GPS should be activated automatically. If not, claim warranty !! [-o<

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