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    Quote Originally Posted by IGNATRON View Post
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    Hi... Just a' bit INFO here:

    OziExplorer runs on Android devices but it relies on map calibrations etc to be provided by the full PC version of OziExplorer, you also need the full OziExplorer to calibrate maps, plan trips by adding waypoints etc.

    The unlicensed OziExplorer for Android will work with the unlicensed OziExplorer but the limitations of both packages will apply.


    Main Features

    Moving map navigation using the internal GPS.
    Course Up Mode.
    3D Perspective View Mode.
    Uses almost any map which can be created by the PC version of OziExplorer.
    Use our Img2ozf utility to convert maps to OZFX3 format.
    OZF2, OZFX3, ECW, JP2 (jpeg 2000) directly supported.
    PNG, JPG directly supported (small maps less than 20MBytes uncompressed).
    Automatic loading of the next map.
    Check for more detailed map at a set interval.
    User tracks can be loaded
    Logging of Track points to file.
    Create Waypoints at current position by pressing the Create Wp screen button.
    Navigation to a waypoint or along a route.
    Using the Route Create option, routes can be created on the device.
    Many Map Zoom levels.
    Various Position display formats.
    On screen display of Speed, Bearing and Altitude.
    Display Waypoints on the map.
    Name Search
    Satellite View showing SNR, number of Sats and HDOP.
    Design your own screens using the free Screen Designer on your PC.
    + many more features to be added in future versions.


    Have fun
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    Does matter for what system you use Ozi, you will always need calibrated maps.
    And their statement on website is not entirely true as you don't need the maps calibrated by the PC version - all tat counts is that they are calibrated!
    If you use Mobac for example, or SAS planet the resulting maps are already calibrated and work fine.
    The reason behind is that they want you to buy two products.
    But if you only need the navigation on a portable device and have calibrated maps you will never really need the PC version.
    Same policy for their mapping tools:
    In the old days the format was mainly free and only commercial maps had a weak protection.
    Now even maps you create from scanned images will result in maps that can only be used by OZI but no other compatible program - given you use the current tools.
    IMHO this is the wrong way to go.
    Ozi always had a huge amount of fans and was the first choice for most people sharing maps in regions where you have no other option than to make your own maps.
    Now you have to find the old tools if you want to use your own maps on other systems as all new OZI formats are encrypted by default.
    Offering the current mapping tools with the option to disable the ecryption would be a start, but I doubt they will go that route
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    OZI is still a very good and worth paying for program anyway, I have used it for along time after using other programs on and off for some years" and can't remember what/who put me on to it" but I know I got on to OziCE from a Speaker at a club meeting way back when Windows mobile was newish "thus my PDA HP iPaq hx2100 that dates it" and running CE Beta 1.1 with a obtained key via Key Gen. Just recent M8 bought the V2.35 key. The Beta V1 key doesn't give you lifetime upgrades. But is not a problem now ^_^.

    Now if maps are precal no problems ie ECW but Ozice really needs ozfx2/3 depends on what version update of ver 2 you are using as what ozfx you need. I also use the ozfx version on my Laptop because it loads much faster. On my PC milliseconds don't count.
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