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I'm trying to use the OSM map on my Samsung Wave but I can't view the map browsing www.openstreetmap.org. I've tried GPS Mid but this is veeeeeery slowly (about 10 sec to open the menu). Is there any possbility for me to use the maps we have created? Export every part of the map one by one is impossible for me. My mobile support Bada apps and J2ME. Can you help me please?

asked 28 Oct '10, 12:49

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If you phone has an internet browser which lacks javascript support, then you can try mobilemap.petschge.de. This is a website which is optimized for small displays and works without javascript.

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answered 31 Oct '10, 20:05

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To find out some apps that work with a specific phone or mobile device to display the OpenStreetMap you have to find out what kind of operation system is available.

Then go to the OSM wiki to the page that covers available software in general. Proceed with one of the sub pages that is right for your device. There you can find tables where the features of each application is described.

In case of further question about a specific application on your device, questions are well placed e.g. on one of the OSM mailing lists or the OSM forum.

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answered 31 Oct '10, 19:59

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Mobile Gmaps help me to navigate into the OSM maps with my mobile, I'm trying to discover alla the features.

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answered 01 Nov '10, 20:44

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