Offline Maps?

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  1. Konor

    Konor New Member

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    I have recently downloaded this from Cydia and have looked EVERYWHERE for instrustions that are current and working, but nonw have worked. Can someone give me some instrustions or show me where to go? Im on 2.2.1 if that helps at all.

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  2. wammybar6

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    Yes I would like this too. The maps are about 800 mb just for Sydney though, they're on my dads iphones gps app. But getting a map viewer that will work with them is the hard part.
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    leadergo Active Member

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    i spent about 4 hours one day researching, downloading all sort of programs, map makers, all the stuff, and no luck.
  4. sam8392

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    I had the same problem and just gave up, then I found this app on cydia xGPS which is like the Maps.app but lets say your looking at a route it saves the map as you look at it, if any of that makes sense

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    http://xgps.xwaves.net/
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    eladc New Member

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    Also, it's a live GPS application (telling you directions and etc..).
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    loginatnine New Member

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    xgps is definitely what you're looking for, it even has a windows/mac/linux program so you can download your map on your pc and then sync them with your ipod. It's easier that way to precisely select the area you want. The maps aren't too big either, 5 levels of zoom (0 to 4) for mainland Hongkong = around 50mb! It works great.

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