You can set a NavBar on your device by just adding a single line to your build.prop file.
also you can disable you current h/w buttons by
give a # symbol before
key 172 HOME
key 158 BACK
key 139 MENU
in file /system/usr/keylayout/Generic.kl
ES file Exporer will automatically make a backup for those files. You can use that .bak ...
Open the navigation drawer (swipe from left or bottom left button)
“Configure screen” (Gear icon)
“Right panel” should have a line for “Speed”, tick that.
The speed will be shown, somewhat small, in the top right list. I think standard is to show only the number of satellites, but there are a few items that can be shown there.
I also set “...
To return to the last page you visited, you can just tap on the screen to notice a bar in the bottom. If you look closer you can see a blue triangle that marks the last visited page. Click on it and you'll return to that page!
Click image for larger version
Hope this helps.
It is not a bug. Swiping to move forward as not yet been implemented natively only swiping to move back
with the new system navigation mode - users can navigate back (left/right edge swipe), to the home screen (swipe up from the bottom), and trigger the device assistant (swipe in from the bottom corners) with gestures rather than buttons.
To use the ...
You could also give Locus Map Free a try. This app can import GPX fine as well, and you can use the track as "route" to be navigated on. From the app's description:
Voice navigation & guiding
full support for Online voice navigation
voice & notification guiding on single waypoint (by compass or on the map) and along path
The solution I use for similar situation is Trekbuddy. I am sure you will discard the idea of using this app if you didn't understand it well. Hence, read through its description in its Play site and their forums. It requires little homework before any such serious use. But once you know your way (pun intended ) through the application, it will be a breeze....
Audio routing would have to be set in the application code itself.
However, direct audio routing is deprecated since API level 5 (Android 2.0).
Older versions of Android Navigation had this direct audio routing set to the ROUTE_SPEAKER in their application code. But the newer versions of Android have a system wide flag set with setSpeakerphoneOn or ...
You could use an "overlay" like e.g. Ulysse Speedometer, Map Speedometer, GPS HUD Speedometer, DigiHUD Speedometer, or Navigation Speedometer:
DigiHUD and Ulysse as map overlays (source: Google Play; click images for larger variants)
Though above screenshots are not from OsmAnd, the overlays work the same there :)
Cuesheet paired with http://ridewithgps.com works well. On the website, you can easily plan/modify a travelling route that will then be imported in CueSheet.
The route can be very complicated with many twists and turns. English turn by turn instructions are created at the same time. Also, you can insert your own instructions in the list if you want. After ...
You just need to access "My Location" in Maps.
Click the "location" button in the bottom right corner to have the map scroll to your location. (Obviously you need to have Location Services turned on.) The button will turn blue and there will be a glowing blue dot at your location.
Tap the button again and the view will change to "compass mode", a partial-...
Yes absolutely possible. It took me sometime to figure this out though. I found the page about how-to add maps manually to OsmAnd maps on Google Docs. There is some tutorial about this thing. Just head over to OsmAnd Maps Download via PC.
Install GravityBox compatible with your Android version. It requires a rooted device with a compatible Xposed Framework installed. Once you install it, enable its module in Xposed Installer app, launch it, go to Navigation tweaks, and make changes which you are looking for. Master toggle listed there requires a reboot for changes to take effect.
If your goal is to save battery life by disabling GPS, then simply disable GPS. In Settings, set location mode to "Battery saving" (WiFi + Bluetooth, but no GPS). This leaves location services on, but disables GPS. Android will still locate your device using WiFi techniques, but not using orbiting satellites, which takes more power.
Further, I can use ...
Thing is I know it can be done as a friend just has a little box with call coming in and it leaves a small box with the map in the corner. You would think that there would just be a simple button to swipe in settings but no, nothing. Come on google make life easy for people, please.
Haven't tried much other then Macrodroid - PlayStore
Add new macro
In triggers search and select "Call Active" (also check any contact, any number, non contact, unknown caller)
In actions search and select "Press Back Button" (would need accessibility permission)
Note:- I am using Rooted(but this Particular macro shouldn't need Root)...
You may need an additional tool for Speed Camera alerts or an alternative navigation tool with built-in speed cam alerts feature.
For the former, there are some options from playstore but ideally you'd still want to keep Here WeGo so you could go for an application with an overlay support/widget that ensures you use your primary navigation app whilst still ...
You can use either a scrollbar to scroll up the 11-12pm data.
Or You can apply Linear Layout inside your relative layout with vertical orientation and proper weight, it should work.
Alternatively also try layout_below="WeekView" in your bottom_nav tag.
It is definitely possible to do what you want, although it needs a couple of things done, which may or may not be viable to you.
You will need to use Link2SD to link all data related to Google Maps onto your SD card (or just the data(ext) in your case should do the job).
However, using Link2SD requires (1) your phone to be rooted, and (2) a second ...
Within 30 metres is sadly within the specification of GPS, so legally your phone works perfectly fine and does not qualify for warranty (refund or repair).
The issue seems to be common with your chip, and a software fix is known for rooted devices: http://www.chinasmartphonereview.com/gps-test-and-fix-for-mt6592-octa-core/. I don't know however if this is ...
Navigation has always been a part of the Google Maps application. The icon was essentially a convenience shortcut, but not a separate app, and was removed around July 2013 in the Maps 7.0 update. It's possible you still had the old version of Maps on your other ROM. Either that, or the ROM author added some kind of shortcut "app" to re-create the old ...
(Update: The data is now available as .gpx at https://github.com/baturin/wikivoyage-listings)
1) Download the latest .obf file at https://sourceforge.net/projects/wikivoyage/files/Listings-as-OBF/
2) Using any file management app, move the .obf file to the root of your OsmAnd folder, probably /sdcard/osmand/.
3) Start OsmAnd, and enable the "POI > Any" ...
After you enter the starting point and destination, the app gives you the possible routes. On that screen the best route has a start navigation option; selecting this causes the app to crash. Instead select the route you prefer and then hit the start arrow at the bottom right corner. Works for me.
As I mentioned in my comment, upon further research I found that "Follow me" feature or "Navigation without destination set" was removed from the latest release of Android map app.
Following someone else's advice I am switching (at least for now). to the Waze app
As you had said yourself, the maps size can be known only when you start to download. The app itself takes approx 20Mb (Total size = App size + data) and it includes no map (actually app will say installing World map, but unless you download a country's map you wouldn't be see anything on screen that resembles a map).
Map for France:
You might also be ...