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    Mapking for Android Devices

    Hey guys,

    I'm new in this GPS world, so I'm sorry if my question kind of stupid

    I heard that Mapking only available for WinMobile and Symbian phones, not sure on iPhone though. But today I found an advertisement on a magazine about a new Android device from a manufacturer from my country, Malaysia. It's a cheap phone manufacturer, as most of their phones based on China design and they're selling those on cheap price. So this new model is running with Android 1.6 on a Qualcomm MSM7227 600Mhz processor. And the thing that surprised me was it has a preinstalled MAPKING. So Mapking IS available for Android. Anyone know where to find it? Or is there any other well known Android devices that come with Mapking preinstalled?

    Pardon my English.

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    Re: Mapking for Android Devices

    I'm sure the brand is CSL right?

    Sighs... I'm like you too, searching for a GPS nav.prog. for my Android for use in Msia. Currently, the only thing i know that works on Android is Papago.

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    Re: Mapking for Android Devices

    You can use sygic too

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    Re: Mapking for Android Devices

    you also can try igo and NDrive. Both programs got a latest malaysia, singapore, thailand map

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    Re: Mapking for Android Devices

    CoPilot Live 8 also working great, you have to look it up and download the right maps - of course you need a registration key, also available somewhere if you look hard enough.
    My CSL Spice Mi300 has CoPilot Live 8, Papago X5 and MapKing running perfectly fine. of course, you must root your phone first. That's another long story.

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    Re: Mapking for Android Devices

    I tried both Papago and NDrive, Papgo seems to be a much better alternative to me.

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    Re: Mapking for Android Devices

    I also loking for free mapking map for android, but i found MapKing International Limited

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    Re: Mapking for Android Devices

    Can you get this for WINCE 5.0?

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