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    My questions are both GPS related:

    1) How do you uninstall Palm's maps program?

    2) How do you get Google Maps to recognize the GPS functionality?
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    1. I guess it can be removed from the Program Files folder. I would suspect it would give you a pop up on every soft reset since its looking for it. I'd leave it and just never use it.

    2. You have to press the right soft key and turn on the GPS funtion in Google Maps. I really don't know how to force it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcwheeler View Post
    My questions are both GPS related:

    1) How do you uninstall Palm's maps program?
    You can't remove it, it's part of the ROM.

    You can, however, delete the shortcuts for it in the start menu.



    Quote Originally Posted by mcwheeler View Post
    2) How do you get Google Maps to recognize the GPS functionality?
    Quote Originally Posted by VibrantRedGT View Post
    2. You have to press the right soft key and turn on the GPS funtion in Google Maps. I really don't know how to force it.
    Vibrant is correct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebag333 View Post







    Vibrant is correct.
    Sweet. It's very rare.

    Won't he get the .dll pop up after a soft reset if the shortcuts are deleted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VibrantRedGT View Post
    Won't he get the .dll pop up after a soft reset if the shortcuts are deleted.
    He shouldn't. Some applications/stuff (such as the Redfly) references shortcuts directly. Nothing should reference the shortcuts directly, but a very few things do.

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