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Hi Menion,
you don't need to be sorry. Locus maps is a great product and you are giving it a lot of dedication !

Thanks for the test version.
When I started it, it prompted me to choose the default Locus directory and I could choose the SD Card. It then worked as expected. Many thanks !


since Locus map has upgraded to version 2.20, I cannot access maps on ext . SDCard. I have a Samsung S4 with custom 4.4.2 ROM that allows writing on ext. SDCard.

I have reinstalled an older version of Locus (2.19.1) and everything is working fine.

However, with version 2.20, despite numerous trials and reboots, the /storage/extSdCard/Locus directory is completely ignored and a fresh, empty one is created on /sdcard and then used.
Troubles & Questions / Re: Problem with map caching
January 21, 2012, 21:37:15
Latest update solved the problem.

Thanks Menion, great product and great support !
Troubles & Questions / Problem with map caching
January 18, 2012, 19:44:01

I use Google maps/Hybrid with Locus.
Wanting to try the effects of the "Set valid for" parameters, I set it to "0".
Since then, in the map manager, when I press on Google/Hybrid, the only menu I get is "Information", instead of "Information/Set Valid for/Clear cache" and the information popup tells me that "Can be cached : No"

Is there a way to get back to the status where the map can be cached and I get the three menus entries ?

Quote from: "InfX"I would like to add an "" as a custom online map...

It seems to have 256x256 tiles, fetched from "http://tile{n}{z}/000/000/{x}/000/000/{y}.jpeg", referrer is " ", zoom range is from 14 to 22 (well, to 26, but those are simply a resize of level 22), n seems to be randomized (i've seen 5,6,7,8 and 9), coordinates - hell knows, i don't know much about how those are usually represented, but it seems like a simple x & y for the tile (NOT a geographic coordinate).

I think this will not work because the tiles use the CH1903 projection instead of WGS84 and the zoom levels are not a fixed multiple of each other. Here are the resolution in m/pixel for levels 0 to 26 : 4000,3750,3500,3250,3000,2750,2500,2250,2000,1750,1500,1250,1000,750,650,500,250,100,50,20,10,5,2.5,2,1.5,1,0.5.