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Re: Help Re: Offline GPS App for LG Optimus Fuel

All you have to do is installing the HERE app, doesn't matter where it is installed. Launch the app, change its setting for storage to External SD before
hpham_53
2:46 PM
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59246

Re: Help Re: Offline GPS App for LG Optimus Fuel

How about moving the HERE app to the SD card before downloading the maps? Maybe that will direct the maps to install locally where the app is located. The
red2dog45
1:42 PM
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59245

Re: TracFone Network

According to AntennaSearch.com and some other sources, my area has carrier owned towers only for Sprint and AT&T. None for T-Mobile and Verizon, so I assume
red2dog45
1:31 PM
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59244

Re: TracFone Network

I did roam a few years ago along a rural stretch of state hwy. Looks like AT&T has coverage there now. On another stretch of county hwy my 3G phone would drop
Thomas Dodd
1:03 PM
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59243

Re: TracFone Network

Might be more prone to roaming from T-Mobile onto AT&T. AT&T almost always has a better signal, so you will seldom roam onto T-Mobile. Might be different if
red2dog45
12:56 PM
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59242

Re: Help Re: Offline GPS App for LG Optimus Fuel

It's sort of an oversight on LG. It's supplied but they forgot to put it in the app drawer. You have to use an Icon Maker app to make an icon for it. ... But
hpham_53
12:54 PM
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59241

Re: Help Re: Offline GPS App for LG Optimus Fuel

But the hidden nature of the file manager certainly doesn't instill confidence.Even the crap most phones come with isn't hidden, it's easily found in the app
Thomas Dodd
12:50 PM
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59240

Re: LG306G Screen Capture?

Quick Memo on the LG306G is the same as the L34C/L41C version. You just bring it up on any screen and tap the save icon on the right which puts it in the Quick
red2dog45
12:36 PM
#59240
 
59239

Re: Help Re: Offline GPS App for LG Optimus Fuel

This is how the Fuel internal memory and SD card look when connected to my laptop running Win 7.
hpham_53
12:35 PM
#59239
 
59238

Re: Help Re: Offline GPS App for LG Optimus Fuel

When I connect my Fuel to my Windows 7 Laptop it immeIdiately displays the DCim file and the SD card as 2 separate folders.
oceans3101
12:28 PM
#59238
 
59237

Re: Help Re: Offline GPS App for LG Optimus Fuel

Correction to my previous post...ES Explorer CAN delete files in internal memory. But it cannot delete files on the SD card.
hpham_53
12:26 PM
#59237
 
59236

Re: Help Re: Offline GPS App for LG Optimus Fuel

The built-in File Manager has full authority. ES File Explorer can't delete files in Kitkat. So, after copying the files from internal memory to the SD card,
hpham_53
12:15 PM
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59235

Re: Help Re: Offline GPS App for LG Optimus Fuel

I couldn't find the File Manager. I also tried manually connecting it to my laptop and HERE is nowhere to be seen (notice, I didn't say FOUND). So I have
Tea Herb Milk Soaps
12:13 PM
#59235
 
59234

Re: Help Re: Offline GPS App for LG Optimus Fuel

Or install a decent file manager that's not hidden.(I like ES File Explorer but it does use ~15MB) From: "hpham_53@... [Tracfone_Users]"
Thomas Dodd
11:51 AM
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59233

Re: TracFone Network

Much like on the CDMA side, TF probably has agreements with regional carriers All of these facilities based providers have their own towers.
Thomas Dodd
11:45 AM
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