Free Mapping Software for PDA's?

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  1. NVMY03GT

    NVMY03GT New Member

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    Looking to install some type of mapping software on a Dell Axim X30. It's a stand alone unit so no wireless or GPS. I realize this would need updated frequently but Im looking for a fix now.

    Help?
     
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    Smahatma Bitch-Kumar OT Supporter

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    a "trial" of microsoft pocket streets??
     
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    ^ pocket streets is good, but there is another version (can't remember the name) that is supposed to be able to map out routes for you, also, if your PDA has bluetooth capabilities, you can connect it to some GPS recievers
     
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    Downloaded Pocket Streets.

    Basically what Im looking for is something similiar to typing an address hitting "Map" and have it spit out directions somethings similiar to MapQuest. I don't really need Glorified Maps or anything.
     

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