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    Default Ovi Maps @ CFW... do we need EVERYTHING???

    We all know that Ovi Maps takes up a lot of space in our ROFS3. I wonder if we really need to install Smart2Go and the "share"-files (which can not be deleted if embedded in the CFW).

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    What is the smallest filesize we can get?

    Also, is there ANY difference between "private" and "c_private"? Because some files do not seem to work when in the "c_X" folders, others work totally fine.

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    Default Re: Ovi Maps @ CFW... do we need EVERYTHING???

    c_private need to go to C:\private after flashing, you can copy them in your private folder and make an entry in your scriptinit to copy them to C:\private after flashing....

    Sorry, don't know about maps as i dont use them, I use Google Maps

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    Default Re: Ovi Maps @ CFW... do we need EVERYTHING???

    i think thats not true with putting the c_private in c: after flashing. i mean they have to be in rofs2 too, in the folder without the c_.
    for the ovi maps. you can delete all unneeded languages to gain space

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    Default Re: Ovi Maps @ CFW... do we need EVERYTHING???

    i have 6-7 mb for ovimaps with only 2 langs.
    eng + ger
    maps 3.04
    http://www.file-upload.net/download-.../maps.rar.html
    but without share location why i doesnt need this.

    here some the 1.07 pips + Standard_C++_library_Common
    http://www.file-upload.net/download-...c-c--.rar.html
    can you put in the rofs too you need the pips for quake stratagus .....
    and ovimaps

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    Default Re: Ovi Maps @ CFW... do we need EVERYTHING???

    Quote Originally Posted by shino82
    i think thats not true with putting the c_private in c: after flashing. i mean they have to be in rofs2 too, in the folder without the c_.
    for the ovi maps.
    Shino82, Greetings, they will remain on rof2 \private and from there they will be copied to c:\private by the help of scriptinit

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    Default Re: Ovi Maps @ CFW... do we need EVERYTHING???

    c_private and C_private are the same?
    So what we are talking about here is after putting files on ROFS2(on private), we still have to put the files on C Drive after flashing so that application will work?
    I noticed that some apps, when you click on icon (ex. slideunlock), they want you to go to internet, and that's it! The app will just go back to "icon" and wont start.. sorry for off-topic.

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    Default Re: Ovi Maps @ CFW... do we need EVERYTHING???

    Uh... I put some files on ROFS3 @ c_private and have NOT edited ScriptInit.txt for them! They work fine.


 

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