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suza3036
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need help to install papago to my samsung Corby 2.

Postby suza3036 » Tue Oct 11, 2011 2:39 am

is there any way/ways to intall gps navigator in my Corcby ii...verily in need for the application...plzzzz

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Re: need help to install papago to my samsung Corby 2.

Postby silverbeauty » Tue Oct 11, 2011 7:33 am

suza3036 wrote:is there any way/ways to intall gps navigator in my Corcby ii...verily in need for the application...plzzzz



You can buy Papago from the below mentioned :

Singapore http://www.mypapago.com/

Malaysia http://www.m3asia.com/index.php?option= ... &Itemid=58

deathbringer
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PAPAGO! M9 for Android

Postby deathbringer » Sat Apr 07, 2012 12:12 pm

Has anyone tried Papago M9 with the new HTC One X? I was thinking of getting the software but I do not want to waste money if it is not compatible, especially resolution problems.

Thx.

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tympg
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Re: Papago M9 and HTC One X

Postby tympg » Sun Apr 08, 2012 7:57 pm

From M3GPS:

m3gps wrote:At the moment it does not support 1280x720 exactly but the current M9 software is able to auto scale down 1 step to the nearest possible resolution. Therefore you will be using the 1024x600 screen at the moment. We've requested to add on this resolution and if you've already bought the software, we will definitely update for you.
Garmin nüvi 2575R; Garmin eTrex Vista HCx; Android 5.0.1 Phone

jchoong
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Re: Papago M9 and HTC One X

Postby jchoong » Tue Apr 10, 2012 7:31 pm

I just got a One X and my old Papago M8 would not run because of resolution problems. No such problems with Sygic though (and I got a new activation code from Sygic without any problems).
Nuvi 2575; 40LM; Nexus 4

jchoong
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Re: Papago M9 and HTC One X

Postby jchoong » Sun Apr 15, 2012 7:37 pm

I wrote to M3Asia and they have asked me to go to their Spore office to get a free upgrade from my M8 to the new M9. Then I will be able to tell how compatible is the new M9 to my HTC One X which has a resolution of 1280x720. I feel that is pretty good service from M3Asia.
Nuvi 2575; 40LM; Nexus 4

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skylai
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PAPAGO! M9 for Android

Postby skylai » Fri Apr 20, 2012 5:46 pm

http://www.m3shoppe.com/index.php?page= ... &Itemid=26

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When MFM support free download??! :thumbsup:

Photo Galery > http://www.m3shoppe.com/index.php?page= ... &Itemid=26
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NP: RM 129.00
SAVE: RM 30.00
RM 99.00

Software Features:

- Built-in 3D landmarks and 3D Buildings
- Junction Views
- Detailed Map Data
- Multi Navigation Mode: 2D/3D/Split Screen
- Auto Rotate



- Road Elevation Display
- i-Fly Touch Screen Interface
- Simulation Inside Tunnels
- Pre-loaded with MalFreeMaps
(Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei)

Operating System Requirement:-

- Supported Operating System:
*Android OS 4.0 or below

- Handset Requirement: CPU 500MHz or above
Flash 5MB above

- Free Memory Space
4GB or above

- Supported Screen Resolution:
240 x 320
240 x 400
320 x 240
320 x 480
400 x 240
480 x 320
480 x 800
480 x 854
540 x 960
600 x 1024
800 x 480
800 x 1232
800 x 1280
854 x 480
960 x 540
1024 x 600
1280 x 752
1280 x 800



What is in the Box:-

1 x Papago! M9 Android Version Installation DVD
1 x Product Registration Card with Authorization Code



Tested Models:


Htc Sensation ( O.S 4.0.3 ) - can run from external
Motorola Atrix ( O.S 2.3.6 ) - only run from internal
Motorola Razr ( O.S 2.3.6 ) - only run from internal
Samsung Note
Samsung Galaxy S
Samsung Galaxy S2
HTC Desire HD
HTC Desire Z
HTC Desire S
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Plus
Samsung galaxy tab 7.7
Samsung galaxy tab 8.9
Samsung galaxy tab 10.1
Google Nexus
Samsung Y
HTC Hero
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angusc
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Re: PAPAGO! M9 for Android Mobile

Postby angusc » Mon Apr 23, 2012 3:14 pm

Has anyone confirmed the resolution on the HTC One-X? also how up to date are the maps?

Eldrow
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Re: PAPAGO! M9 for Android Mobile

Postby Eldrow » Tue Apr 24, 2012 12:18 pm

angusc wrote:Has anyone confirmed the resolution on the HTC One-X? also how up to date are the maps?


Still pending the update on resolution file to properly support the HTC One-X. While the application can run, it doesn't go full screen, and alternating between the navigation screen and the menu screen causes a forced close/crash on the One-X. Opening the app again resumes where it was before. Annoying as heck.

No news from the M3Shoppe guys yet. Can't wait for the resolution update to come! :(

shimnr74
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Re: PAPAGO! M9 for Android Mobile

Postby shimnr74 » Thu Apr 26, 2012 7:00 pm

already install to my galaxy tab 7 plus.. :thumbsup:


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