All About Symbian - Nokia (S60) and Sony Ericsson (UIQ) smartphones unwrapped

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Old 19-02-2009, 11:20 PM
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ok guys here is the link for google maps just unzip and paste on c: drive you have to hack the phone before you can do anything else http://www.rapidshare.co.uk/567412

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Old 19-02-2009, 11:29 PM
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ok and here is the nokia internet radio just click install and follow the instruction enjoyhttp://www.rapidshare.co.uk/514734

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Old 20-02-2009, 11:51 AM
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ok guys here is the link for google maps just unzip and paste on c: drive you have to hack the phone before you can do anything else http://www.rapidshare.co.uk/567412
Didnt think that this would work but I can confirm it works perfectly.

Thanks

How did you get Nokia Maps running??
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Hi, could someone please provide a working download link? Thank you!

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Hi all, I managed to get it working by doing the following:

1. Download GoogleMaps.sisx, either from forums, or using your mobile phone and then transferring the file to the computer.
2. Download SISContents from http://symbiandev.cdtools.net/
3. Use SISContents to open GoogleMaps.sisx, and then extract the files somewhere. There should be 4 folders (c_private, private, resource, sys) and 1 file (Google_Maps.pkg).
4. Transfer the extracted files to your phone.
5. Using X-Plore, Modo, or Y-Browser (or any other file manager that can view all files), move the following folders (private, resource, sys) to C: (root). I did not copy Google_Maps.pkg and c_private.
6. Turn off and then turn on your phone. Google Maps should now be updated.

Hope it helps!

Note: After doing the above, I then tried to install Google Maps directly, but I'm still getting the component is built-in message. Anyone knows what file/setting to remove/change to stop having that message?
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