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    zjohnston Just got it firing!

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    Does anyone know how to use a custom made google map with an iphone for navigation. The only way I found is to bookmark all the intersections and stop and reroute at every bookmark (pain in the ass).
     
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    Don't have an i-phone but Google Maps on my Samsung S4 Galaxy offers alternative routes. It isn't possible to drag the route like on the computer screen.

    Usually I use Sygic navigation on my mobile. It stores the downloaded maps, and therefore doesn't rely on data reception from the network. Useful when you're lost in the wops.
     
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    zjohnston Just got it firing!

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    yeah I can save custom maps and view them on my phone but I can't get them to work with the gps navigation either the installed apple maps or the google maps app.
     

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