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rtimi28    0

Can someone build the latest bing with navigation on their rom since I can't get it to work on mine. It downloads but then after 1 min your device is not supported. i know this because it is only for omnia II not i910 and up

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webdev511    0

+1 It really chafes me that I can install it on a i910, run it for a minute and THEN get told it won't work. Really? it won't work? But I was JUST using it! :)

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Maver    0

I'm working on a fix right now, So far i have it doing gps navigation as advertised for about 20 mins now and i'm not running into a problem, just getting to this point is a bit of a headach

Does windows mobile have a hosts file like desktop windows does?

thanks

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robertjm    0

According to a Wikipedia entry it does.

Registry key under \HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Comm\Tcpip\Hosts

Unfortunately, that's all it says.

I did find another reference for you:

Windows Mobile - Creating a Hosts File

Utility for editing Hosts File

Hope those helps!

Robert

I'm working on a fix right now, So far i have it doing gps navigation as advertised for about 20 mins now and i'm not running into a problem, just getting to this point is a bit of a headach

Does windows mobile have a hosts file like desktop windows does?

thanks

Edited by robertjm

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how to edit ing.config ? Thanks

I emailed the bing.config file to myself from the phone and used the visual studio express tools that came with the free Windows Phone 7 emulator on my computer to change it. I then emailed it back to the phone.

Hmm, I just tried Bing and it's still showing the unsupported message...I'll give it another go i guess.

EDIT: it lives! finally it's working. Can't wait to try it out.

Edited by rickhamilton620

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rpmm70    0
still don't understand how.

Copy the file from the install directory on your phone to your computer. Open the file with Notepad and do a find for "UseAppServerUpdates". It should have a value field next to it, change it from "True" to "False". Save the file and replace the one on your phone.

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Vudugan    0
This is from another thread. I tried it and it worked for me.

Awesome, works very well!!

So long amAze :)

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az29    0

Definitely working well!

I used total commander to do the edit right on the my i910.

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myoder020    0
i still cant get bing to even install. /:) any ideas?

There's nothing you can do except flash to another rom, for whatever reason verizon's rom won't let it install.

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