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allo

just wanted to know what the best sat nav software is for a sony ericsson p900 as im confused.

cheers
 
  ST


Gunner, where did you get the software from and what size of card are you using in your phone if you dont mind me asking?

Cheers, Al/
 

Tom

  EV


Quote: Originally posted by sun7 on 05 August 2005


allo

just wanted to know what the best sat nav software is for a sony ericsson p900 as im confused.

cheers






There are only two systems currently working on the p900

Route 66 (http://my-symbian.com/uiq/applications/applications.php?faq=40&fldAuto=1096http://my-symbian.com/uiq/applications/applications.php?faq=40&fldAuto=1096http://www.my-symbian.com)

Wayfinder http://www.wayfinder.comwww.wayfinder.com

[Edited by Tom on 05 August 2005 at 12:23am]


[Edited by Tom on 05 August 2005 at 12:26am]
 


which is the better out of the two? route 66 seems better but i dont know sh*t all about sat nav on phones. just need something to help me find my way and maybe abit extra like speed cam detector etc...
 


I have both TomTom5 and Route66 plus about 4000+ Tones, pics, applications and games and can sort you a copy if you like.

If your interested Pm me:D
 

Has

  RS 182 - Black Gold


tomtom doesnt work on the SE P900 range

as toms mentioned.

ive used a demo of wayfinder and fnd it pretty cool
 

Tom

  EV


Quote: Originally posted by sun7 on 05 August 2005

which is the better out of the two? route 66 seems better but i dont know sh*t all about sat nav on phones. just need something to help me find my way and maybe abit extra like speed cam detector etc...
route 66 is the easiest to use and it dont need to use GPRS like wayfinder.

tomtom is comming aparantly (ive seen it running on a p910) but for the moment id go with Route 66.
 


i was checkin the wayfinder site and it says u have to pay for the data u use, for example u would pay for how long a route is?

think ill go for route 66 anyway, seems easier to use. all i would then need is the gps reciever?

thx for the help guys
 

Tom

  EV


the route 66 package comes with a gps.

unless your going to "find" the software. (but you cant talk about finding stuff on here im afraid)
 


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