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aalaardb
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 20, 2009 6:31 am    Post subject: Storing maps on LG VU Reply with quote

I have an LG VU CU920 and mgmaps 1.39.21, but I can't read the stored maps.


I have tried TFlash/MGMapsCache, MGMapsCache, /MGMapsCache, C/D/E:/MGMapsCache. When I go to browse I get nothing

version=3
tiles_per_file=1
hash_size=97
center=37.579282,-122.167969,10,YahooMap

I see some people have had success with the LG VU, so I dunno what's wrong.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 20, 2009 11:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I got it to work offline, so here's how I did it:

I had to bypass the java security and allow the app to access the file system. To do this I used the tool EFS, not bitpim. In order to get EFS to work, I had to use a tool called LGMDP first. You can find all this at http://www.lg-vu.com/index.php?board=8.0

I bypassed the java security: bypass java security
I copied over the att.pol file, and started up mgmaps. Well, it automatically started downloading tiles, which I didn't want; even if I could turn it off in settings I didn't want other programs to start up and have internet access. The downloaded att.pol was too permissive, allowing everything, so I looked at the original file to see what I should do. Then I edited the new att.pol so the one section looked like this:

domain: untrusted
oneshot: packet_data_access_http_https
oneshot: low_level_packet_data_access_2
oneshot: comm_connectivity_options
allow: multimedia_recording
allow: read_user_data
allow: write_user_data
allow: local_connectivity

Also, it's true, TFlash/MGMapsCache is the correct path.
So, the point is that you need to allow the program to have access to the user data
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