Changelog for new israel version 126.96.36.1997542 from 13.2.14 is:
1.) Sign adding new support forum Aging of software.
2.) Improvement package of speed cameras - now includes a dummy cameras package (scarecrows) throughout Israel.
3.) Add support for device LG model (LG-E450f / LG-P714)
4.) Improving prevent navigation area.
5.) Cancellation track progress bar was set to the default (you can now disable this setting screen)
i see skin. i dont see some icons on navigation menu. they are blank. if i dont want to use skin,then i will have no sound warnings,that is strange. so when i driving i must all time to look in screen. that is not logic at all. sys not changed version is better,but it will not work on all phones bcouse we cant see,and edit sys file.
Last edited by miksontije; 14th February 2014 at 05:40 PM.
i dont use branding,clean install. i always do clean,and i have folders content,data and licence. its ok,i always have some erors with skins on nexus 4. or missing icons,or i cant exit from igo(must force close it)etc... i try this free version,look to me same with speed as paid 365016. also data file is same on this 2 versions.
im wait for ******* 542, to see differences.
hi,i need little help,im having trouble to install igo.apk file on nexus 5 stock rom,art or dalvik same result,after several seconds im getting message app not installed,i did all nessesery steps of copying the igo folder to the root of sd card.copyed data.zip to the folder igo but instaling .apk is impossible
Hi. I have tried to look Igo apk that is compatible with blackberry z10. I seem to get it anywhere. i have tried a couple, its either goes a quarter of the screen or not supported. Iny idea on how to do it will be appreciated.
How can work for you?This is for android.Your phone have BlackBerry 10 OS.
Most apks work on the latest blackberry z10 os. So it is working just that I do not know the right resolution.
With OS 10.2.1 BlackBerry will be bringing the ability to install Android APK files right on the device from the Browser or File Manager. Unlike previous OS versions where you had a lengthy process of converting the APK to a readable BAR file, then sideloading using any number of methods, you now are just a few taps away from getting a plethora of Android apps on your device quickly and easily.