Wayviewer v3.30.J2ME-cra cked by N0ePDA
Wayviewer, the free of charge GPS navigation for Java™ mobile phones
Wayviewer offers navigation in Europe and North America without fees, subscriptions, and on-line costs. The route must be computed before departure on a PC or a Notebook. For it a MAP&GUIDE derivate, e.g. ADAC TourPlaner® or MOTORRAD TourPlaner® up to version 2007/2008, or Microsoft® MapPoint® version 2002 and above is used.
Since MapPoint® provides the route plans without the GPS coordinates of the turn points it was necessary to develop a special MapPoint® Add-in that determines the GPS coordinates and writes them together with the driving instructions into a file. This file is copied afterwards to the mobile phone.
When using MAP&GUIDE programs no Plug-in is required. The generated Palm DB files can be used directly without any modifications.
The Wayviewer application itself is used on the mobile phone. It was developed in Java™ based on the Micro Edition of the Java 2 Platform (J2ME™). At present the English, the German, and the French versions of MapPoint® are supported.
Wayviewer imports the route plans into an internal data base (RecordStore). There several route plans can be stored at the same time. At a time one route plan can be selected and step by step be displayed. The driving instructions are compressed by using Icons that a meaningful representation on the display of the mobile phone is possible.
The software steps the driving instructions automatically forward during approximation to the next turn point. Alternatively they can be stepped manually. In this case no GPS receiver is required. In the automatic case an appropriate voice output takes place, in order not to distract the driver. For a reasonable use of the voice output, a hands-free speaking system or a headset are recommended.
In principle Wayviewer can run on all mobile phones, which support CLDC 1.1 and MIDP 2.0 and which provide access to Bluetooth (JSR 82) or the serial interface (data cable). Alternatively an integrated GPS receiver can be used if it can be accessed using JSR 179. Furthermore it must be possible to access files either over the standard way JSR 75 or using a proprietary one.
In particular the Nokia and Sony Ericsson models are supported, which implement JSR 75.
■Bluetooth: S65, SK65, SP65, CX75, M75, S75, SL75, SXG75, Nokia 6230i, SE K750i and others
■Data cable: additionally C65, CX65, CX70, M65, SL65 among others
GPS receivers with Bluetooth or serial interface are supported, which provide the NMEA 0183 sentences GGA and VTG or RMC. That nearly all at the market available might be.
It is possible to do also without a connected GPS receiver. Of course in this case the software cannot step forward automatically. Nevertheless the route can be shown on the display of the mobile phone.
In the connection mode "Network/Internal" the Location API (JSR 179) is used. In this case no external GPS receiver is needed. In this case the location is determined by the GPS receiver or by the network provider. This functionality is obviously supported however in Germany so far by no provider
please read .nfo file
Please Login or Register to see the links