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You might want to take a look at ShareGPS: ShareGPS allows you to use your mobile's GPS just as you would an external one for your PC. It has the ability to send GPS status strings out over Bluetooth using virtual com ports and over USB using TCP ports. Then you can use your favorite mapping program such as Google Earth to display current GPS position and ...


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OsmAnd is an offline navigation app and should support geo intents since 2011. It has a fully functional free version and a reasonably priced paid version in the Play store. It's FOSS also, so you could ask for the functionality to be improved or you could send a patch yourself if needed. There's also nightly builds available on the project's site.


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You can't uninstall it. On Android, the apps you install yourself are stored in the main internal storage. The apps that come pre-installed are not installed there, but rather in the phone's ROM. They're not taking up space that you could use for other apps, and they can't be changed or deleted. To remove this one app, you'd have to replace the whole ROM (...


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The solution is to downgrade to version 7.x of Google Earth. To downgrade, for example, download apk from here: http://google-earth.en.uptodown.com/android/download/52238 You will have to enable installation from unknown sources: http://gs4.wonderhowto.com/forum/enable-unknown-sources-android-install-apps-outside-play-store-0150603/ Then disable auto ...


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What worked for me in a Samsung Galaxy Duos 2 may work for your tablet too. It look like the same problem. The solution is to downgrade to version 7.x of Google Earth. To downgrade, for example, download apk from here: http://google-earth.en.uptodown.com/android/download/52238 You will have to enable installation from unknown sources: http://gs4....


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As of current writing, Google Earth doesn't support full offline mode, in which you can specify to download certain location's satellite imagery in detail. However, just like Google Maps, you can cache a small portion of it for offline viewing. Quoting Google Earth product support, Google Earth works best with a live internet connection. You can, however, ...


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You could try using a file explorer like file expert to reinstall the app.I am also using a nexus 4 bought in India. If you go to internal storage/system/app you will find GoogleEarth.apk listed in there.Just click on it and it will be installed and visible in the app drawer from now on.


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