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    Quote Originally Posted by bachplus View Post
    steiny and hugo4 :
    To have maps on extcard with oruxmaps, it's easy (tested with 4.1.2 and 4.4.2 without root).
    1. After complete installation, you have to create a folder in extcard like that :
    /storage/extsdcard/oruxmaps/mapfiles
    2. in mapfiles, copy maps as you want.
    3. Open the application.
    4. In the right top corner, open the 3 points to have Global settings.
    5. Open Maps.
    6. Open Folder for maps and choose /storage/extsdcard/oruxmaps/mapfiles.
    7. Close the application and reopen it.
    Then you have to try the maps.
    1. Open Maps (top right below the 3 points).
    2. New map.
    3. Offline
    4. Only have to select a map.
    That's all !
    After step 7, under global settings, the map destination folder has not changed.

    It still shows the internal memory folder.

    Why can't your app automate this process?

    Please advise.

    -Dave

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    Hello Dave !
    Maybe, the problem is coming from the model of phone.
    I own a phone GT-N7100 (Note 2) in 4.1.2 and a tablet 10' Samsung SM-T520 in 4.4.2 (no root) and all is ok.

    Sometimes, uninstall (apk and folder) and reinstall is a solution.

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    Default OruxMaps v6.0.7

    OruxMaps v6.0.7

    What's New
    News v.6.0.7:
    -->Bugs correction

    Note: free version and donate version are the same, no advertisements

    More Info:

    Code:
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    You have to navigate to get to the good.

    Galaxy S5 Kitkat 4.4.2 / Nuvi1200->1250 / Nuvi3790T->34xx / Nuvi 2200 / Nuvi 66 / Oregon 600

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    Hi,


    I installed last OruxMaps v6.0.7 on an android tablet.

    An Orux(raster)Map made from MOBAC and transferred to the tablet was very well displayed.

    But I experienced a strange issue : last OruxMaps versions are supposed to read .img Garmin maps.
    I filled tablet with two .img files : the first one, a free one (Topo Pireneos V6.img) was well displayed, whereas a commercial map unlocked with gimgunlock (Topo France Pro v3) showed strange lines and was unreadable (see screenshot below) :

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    I think Orux cant display Garmin NT maps, it can read maps compiled by cGPSMapper or other free compilers only
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    Galaxy S5 Kitkat 4.4.2 / Nuvi1200->1250 / Nuvi3790T->34xx / Nuvi 2200 / Nuvi 66 / Oregon 600

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    OruxMaps Donate v6.0.9

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    What’s in this version :

    Bug correction (with android 5.0 devices).
    New icon set.
    Accumulated statistics.
    Support to Android wear devices.
    Support to Cadence/Speed BT 4.0 sensors.
    Bugs correction

    This post requires you to click the "LIKE this post" button and hit F5 to read this content.
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    OruxMaps Donate v6.0.8



    What's New


    Bugs correction




    Spoiler: Link
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    We have 6.09 in the post above

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    I'm running Android v4.4.

    Try your installation procedure with 4.4 and you'll see the problems.

    -Dave

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    Hi Steiny
    I have installed Orux on Samsung S5 mini (4.4) No problem to have the maps and data on the SD ...

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    Galaxy s5 noroot, 4.4 No problem for Orux to read maps from the card.
    When in Orux you choose the final folder (\...\...\mapfiles\) on the card, don't press back or home, you have to press and hold the name "mapfiles" in order for Orux to accept the change of the maps location.

 

 
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