+Tiki_Guy Posted August 13, 2004 Share Posted August 13, 2004 I got Mapopolis and a Dell Axim X30H with 624Mhz with 64 MB of Program memory, 64 MB of onboard storage and a 512MB SD card. I want to have all of New England available on my Pocket PC but I don't want to use all Six states at the same time. I had all the maps from the 6 NE states in one folder but I had a hard time finding the counties I needed. Most of the time I only need 4 one in NH and 3 in MA. I had some problems and did a hard reset and copied the maps by state. But it seems that if change the directory for NH to MA (Or CT) I loose the maps I loaded in NH? How do you manage this? I get "Memory Low" a lot when I run Mapopolis. I have 22.86 MB allocated for Storage and 40.55 for Program files, of the 64. I only have 10.59pm in use in the main memory. Should I allocate all of my free memory for Programs? I bought GPS Tuner 3.5 for Geocaching which seems to work well. But on the Cashe I did today it seems to jump around a lot. Put the GPS on a stump and watched the distance go from 4ft to 40ft when the thing never moved, is this normal? There was lot of tree cover in the area. Other times the GPS seems off by 14 to 20ft. Where do you get maps for that. (I use an otterbox to make the PPC waterproof for Geocaching, and I have a Bluetooth earthmate GPS). I got the the Delorme Pocket Streets program with the Earthmate, but I haven't been able to use it for navigation. The maps seemed off, and it didn't let me rout long distances. It would tell me to turn after the turn, and if I wanted to rout to Boston (40 miles from home) it said that I needed compleate maps, which I have. I think I have a 30 money back gaurentee on that I might try and return it. Though I liked the PC version. Mapopolis seems to work well. for navigation, but the memory issue bothers me. Quote Link to comment
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