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    Quote Originally Posted by Strephon Alkhalikoi View Post
    The path the poster asked for should work on any device with an internal storage area, whether rooted or not, so it shouldn't be necessary to mention KitKat.

    Android 4.0 through 4.4.2 by default prohibit apps from writing directly to the MicroSD card. Users running Android 5.0 should not have this limitation. A rooted user can easily fix this by downloading the app "SDCardFix" from the Play Store and running it. The app in question edits the vold.fstab system file to enable write access. Someone with a text editor can do the same without the app. I suspect the poster asking for the internal storage space is either not rooted or did not know about enabling write access to the MicroSD card.
    I thought about what you said. The problem I see is if they are not rooted then they can't use the app to edit access to MicroSd. But it seems Kitkat and maybe others does provide access to a special folder Android on either built in memory or external that you can can access and modify. I think that's the purpose for those Android path apks.

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    That is why I don't like android. Much better is windows. No such issues with it, not so much forks. Ok, thanks flagmax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddabcd277 View Post
    That is why I don't like android. Much better is windows. No such issues with it, not so much forks. Ok, thanks flagmax.
    I don't want to start Android vs Windows battle but is there Garmin on Windows? I remember the days when Windows Mobile was top gun and I used Garmin Mobile XT on Dell Axim and loved it. In those days real GPS units where too expensive and not that good. But those days are long gone.

    Today is a different world. Android brings a lot of choices for people. With new hardware must come new software. With the latest Lolypop update it seems to handle many older apps very well. Yes there are bugs but the chances of working then out and fast are better than with any other OS.

    As for StreetPilot app, it is more compatible then not with the devices out there. I hope I didn't scare you away with my previous post. If you love Garmin Maps and the look of their GUI, then Streetpilot is very viable option to have. It is actually many times faster then real Garmin units. One thing it lacks is traffic. The v2.35 runs so good that I hardly even think about bringing the real GPS unit.

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    I get white screen after install [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (StreetPilot Ver 2.35)
    Path:/storage/emulated/0/Android/data/com.garmin.android.apps.gmobilext/files/Garmin/

    My device Samsung tab 3 (root) screen is 10", resolution screen is 1280x800, Android version 4.2.2

    Help me, what the solution, Thanks.

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    @flagmax,Thank you very much !

    Could you modify Garmin Street Pilot res 800x480 v.2.35 for Android 4.2.2+ ?

    Regards!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flagmax View Post
    I thought about what you said. The problem I see is if they are not rooted then they can't use the app to edit access to MicroSd. But it seems Kitkat and maybe others does provide access to a special folder Android on either built in memory or external that you can can access and modify. I think that's the purpose for those Android path apks.
    Using my Galaxy S4 as an example, the 10GB of internal storage included in the phone can be accessed via /storage/sdcard0/, /storage/emulated/0/, or /storage/emulated/legacy/. Don't ask me why there are three different ways to get to the same place but none of them require root to access, which was my point. The poster likely asked for that particular path because writing to the internal storage is supported by Android, whereas writing to the MicroSD card requires root and a text editor to enable it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by radinal7 View Post
    I get white screen after install [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (StreetPilot Ver 2.35)
    Path:/storage/emulated/0/Android/data/com.garmin.android.apps.gmobilext/files/Garmin/

    My device Samsung tab 3 (root) screen is 10", resolution screen is 1280x800, Android version 4.2.2

    Help me, what the solution, Thanks.
    So sorry but 1280x800 and 1024x600 are cursed resolutions it seems. I do not know of solution and no one with problem contacted me yet to try a teamviewer debug session.

    Quote Originally Posted by vandjoe
    @flagmax,Thank you very much !

    Could you modify Garmin Street Pilot res 800x480 v.2.35 for Android 4.2.2+ ?

    Regards!
    vandjoe,
    Maybe in near future the team can do it once again if demand is there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vandjoe View Post
    @flagmax,Thank you very much !

    Could you modify Garmin Street Pilot res 800x480 v.2.35 for Android 4.2.2+ ?

    Regards!
    Quote Originally Posted by flagmax View Post
    vandjoe,
    Maybe in near future the team can do it once again if demand is there.
    Demand is always there flagmax and at least all HD2 owners expect StreetPilot's new releases with res 800x480. Let's hope that the team will do it once again, we are grateful for what you 've already provide to us anyway !!!
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    Hi, what about v2.35 app for HTC One M8 rooted with storage/ext_sd, your v2.33 app works fine on my HTC One M8.

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    @flagmax,Thank you very much !

    Could you modify Garmin Street Pilot res 800x480 v.2.35 for Android 4.4.4+ ?
    for (Android v4.4.4storage_sdcard0_)
    Regards!


    wow new garmin S thanks Admin catymag
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