Jak dla mnie najlepszy program do nawigacji na Androida
Działa na systemie Froyo
- instalujemy najpierw copilot_18.104.22.1686-androboost4.apk
- odpalamy copilota
- pobieramy przez internet mapy lub wgrywamy do katalogu copilot/save na karcie pamięci
- po pobraniu i odpaleniu co pilot sie ładnie odpali, zamykamy aplikację
- instalujemy copilot_22.214.171.124-androboost2.apk (po tej aktualizacji znika możliwość ściągania map)
1. Jakby komuś nie chciało sie odpalić musi ręcznie przekopiować dołączone mapy do katalogu Copilot na karcie pamieci
2. Gdy Copilot niechce się zaktualizować do 8.2.0218 należy usunąć folder na karcie pamięci copilotuiconfig
Radary wrzucamy do katalogu save na karcie pamięci i uruchamiamy copilotra zainstaluje się automatycznie
Głosy czesia należy podmienić pliki w katalogu copilotspeechplKatarzyna
CoPilot Live is the fully-featured GPS system that runs on your phone. It's your personal travelling assistant that's always at your side, ready to guide you with turn-by-turn directions and keep you better informed with useful live information about your route.
And now CoPilot Live is available for GPS-enabled Android phones. There's no need for extra hardware or on-going subscriptions, just start CoPilot on your phone, enter an address and go there.
CoPilot Live is packed with sophisticated features, previously only available on high-end dedicated systems.
It's mobile navigation at its smartest.
CoPilot Live gives you the features and performance on your Android phone that you'd expect from a high-end dedicated navigation system. Dependable and dynamic route guidance, detailed street maps, voice-guided turn instructions and cutting-edge 3D navigation displays will all ensure you get to where you need to be easily.
* Turn-by-turn voice guided navigation
* Detailed street maps of the USA, accurate to house number and street level
* Powerful route calculation that works-out single or multi-stop trips quickly and accurately. It immediately works out a new route if you miss a turn
* 2D, 3D and Driver Safety navigation views make it easy to see which way you need to go
* Enhanced guidance technology for drivers, with lane indicator display at junctions, realistic sign post information, speed limit indicator and guidance in tunnels
* Supports touch screen gestures with flickable lists and fluid map scrolling
* Runs in portrait or landscape mode. Simply rotate the phone for widescreen navigation
* Integrates with the phone, making it easy to call a Point of Interest (POI) or share your location via SMS
* Navigation for every journey, with driving, walking, cycling and RV mode
Just incase this helps anyone, this is how I got this all working on my xperia x10i on android 2.1.
Before you even start make sure that your GPS is turned on, on the device.
Also go to your device settings and then to Application Settings, and then make sure that the checkmark for Unknown sources is ON.
Before I did anything I also went to the google market and downloaded and installed a free copy of AVG antivirus free, just incase, maybe just paranoid.
I did all this on an Apple Mac, but it should be all the same on a PC, although I would not use the manufacturers software like PC Companion or something to do all the copying, I would rather go to MyComputer, find the relevant drive letter that is my SDCard and right click it, then select open, as if you just double click it, it will probably still open the manufacturers device control application.
Lets get started. This is like a CoPilot Book for Dummies, I have tried to explain EVERY Step.
1. Download torrent
2. Mount SDCard on computer, delete any previous versions of copilot you may have already had, basically the entire copilot folder.
3. Copy 2 files to the root of the SDCard (copilot_126.96.36.1996-androboost4.apk, and copilot_188.8.131.52-androboost.apk)
4. Unmount the SDCard from the computer, unplug the usb from the phone if connected, wait 10 seconds for the device to read the SDCard data.
5. Download ASTRO File Manager from the Market place, and install.
6. Open ASTRO and navigate to the root directory of your SDCard, click once on "copilot_184.108.40.2066-androboost4.apk", ASTRO will ask you to "Open App Manager", once open click "Install"
7. Open CoPilot for the first time, choose and download your preferred voice, then choose and download your preferred map set, CoPilot will inform you that the maps are being downloaded in the background, do not close the application until it is done.
To view the map downloading progress go to MENU/Get Maps, and it should show you a progress bar of the current download.
8. Make sure that copilot is done with whatever it was doing, close the application, reopen the application, make sure it is all working, then close the application down.
9. Go back to ASTRO and find the file named "copilot_220.127.116.11-androboost.apk" click it once, Open the App Manager, and select update, wait for the update to complete.
10. Open the application, it should inform you something about the files updating.
11. Once open close the application and reopen it, if all went well everything should be working as expected.
The next few steps are not required but if you are interested in getting speed cameras working.
12. Close the copilot application and plug the USB back into the computer to mount the SDCard, From the torrent download you will find a folder called "radary copilot", copy the single file out of that folder called "FRS_SCP_02.07.2010.ov2" and place it inside the "save" folder, that should be found within the copilot folder on the root of the SDCard.
i.e. root = /copilot/save/FRS_SCP_02.07.2010.ov2.
13. unmount the SDCard from the computer, unplug the USB cable, wait 10 seconds for the SDCard to register in the device. Open copilot application, you should see things happening on the startup screen, it may also get stuck with a cancel button only, if it does then hit cancel, and close the application and re-open it, it should automatically ask you to give this file a POI Set filename, I just called mine "frs_scp", hit the forward arrow, it should ask you to select a category now, I told it to create my own and called it "Frs-scp", now it should ask you if this is Speed Camera POI Data, select yes.
14. Go to MENU, then on the second screen click Settings, then on the last screen click Show More Settings, then find Safety Alerts, click on it, and select Display Safety Alerts, and your distance, click OK. Close the application.
15. Back on your computer, go and pay for a yearly subscription to a site like pocketgpsworld, and download the required speed camera database for your needs, mine was, SatNav System = CoPilot8, Camera selections = Africa - Single file with all cameras. Unzip the downloaded files.
15. Mount your SDCard on your computer again and copy all the .csv and .png files from your extracted zip file to the root = /copilot/save/ directory, unmount your device, unplug the USB and wait 10 seconds for the device to register the SDCard, now open copilot, it should flash up some quick messages, it might get stuck with a cancel button, if it does click cancel, close copilot, and re-open copilot. If all went well you should be back to normal and nothing seems different. Open MENU/Quick Stop click on More Categories and scroll down to see if you have a category named "Safety Cameras" if so great, close that window, now go to MENU/Settings/Manage POIs/Edit POI Sets, you should see some new POI Sets named pocketgps…, if so then they are working, close that window and you are done.
IF YOU WANT TO YOU CAN CONTINUE READING TO GET SOME TIPS THAT I LIKE TO USE.
I was concerned of being charged for data transmission charges, without me even knowing it, so this is what I did to ensure that copilot would not be using my 3g and charging me, this way it will have no choice but to use the GPS without the 3G/Edge.
Go to the Google Market Place and dowload an application called JuiceDefender, download and install it, open it and follow the prompts, when done click the Enable button.
Now go back to Google market place and get an application called 3G Watchdog, download and install the application, open it and within the setup choose your quota, I set mine to only 1 MB, it starts off at 1 GB, haha if I used that in South Africa I would be bankrupt, anyway, not choose 1 Month(s), scroll down and select Auto-disable 3G then select Via JuiceDefender, save your settings, close the application and you are done.
When you are Navigating with copilot, after only 1MB of data has been used for the entire month it will disable the 3G connection and that will force it to only use the GPS.