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  1. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlevy73 View Post
    E, what about BBMaps? Does that need to be installed or does it not matter?
    as far as i know it has nothing to see with bbmaps, i have no bbmaps in my 8900 and it works ok....and never used bbmaps when i had the storm...



  2. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by ealvnv View Post
    as far as i know it has nothing to see with bbmaps, i have no bbmaps in my 8900 and it works ok....and never used bbmaps when i had the storm...
    Thanks just double checking.

  3. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by ealvnv
    Quote Originally Posted by alphatectz View Post
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    Well I noticed on the DM (application
    loader that I have the option to use
    My Bb gps. Once I clicked to install
    It started to run the app loader. After
    a while my Bb will shut off and I get
    "Fatal error", what gives?
    Blackberry Bold is a Build in GPS, which means you can use the device as a gps navigator, not sure if i understand what you posted here, but if you would like to have the gps working on your bold i can guide you trough the process...
    I know that. I heard that it was locked. But why would rim do that?



  4. #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by mule0331
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    Now that would be great, guide me on.
    All you have to do is goto options>advanced options>gps and make sure its set to location on. that will allow the GPS to work with BB maps, or any other nav program that is compatible with your phone. Hope this works for you, and hope I didnt step on any toes, lol.
    Thnx. I'm not using any other nav app for my phone. After reading about amAze, it sounded dope. But then again it doesn't pick up on the local gps. So its not cool. Next app lol.

  5. #37
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    All I know is that I tried amAze gps. I get stuck with no location.
    I don't feel like paying for a gps. So I think I'll just stick with my iPhone and its gps. But thnx for all your help. Hopefully everything can be fix & will be able to use the gps.



  6. #38
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    You're on AT&T right? Isn't there a fee you have to page for GPS to be enabled? Or is that just for their AT&T navigator software service?

  7. #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkast
    You're on AT&T right? Isn't there a fee you have to page for GPS to be enabled? Or is that just for their AT&T navigator software service?
    Yes I'm on at&t, and I think its
    an addtional 10 dollars a month
    for the "at&t nav"

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