BlackBerry Internal GPS tip for outdoors BB users

gpsed.comhas a download for using the gps with your BB. Free one is ok but the paid $10 version is very cool. Of course google maps is cool with the BB but only shows the maps in a cell service area – if you want the maps to work out of the cell service area […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On August 11, 2011
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gpsed.comhas a download for using the gps with your BB. Free one is ok but the paid $10 version is very cool. Of course google maps is cool with the BB but only shows the maps in a cell service area – if you want the maps to work out of the cell service area – open the google maps then scan the

BlackBerry Topo Map

area you will go to ( make sure you zoom in) then keep it open by “switching applications” to your email and stuff and when you get to the area you want to see on the google maps, if you are out of cell service you will still be able to see the map images – just select “my location” from the menu. Your BB outdoor tip of the day!

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