ok.. i previously posted guides on how to install garmin on old symbian OS and papago X5 on android.. and now, here is how to do so to install papago M9 on android devices.
I tested this and it works on my Unrooted Stock ROM Samsung Note 2 International version (N7100) running on Jellybeans 4.1.1
First thing first, you need to download this 2 files.
File 1: WinRAR to extract the files because i used WinRAR to compress the files.
You do not need this if u know how to extract RAR files.
File 2: Program Files.
File 3: Map Files (updated to MFM 5th December 2012 map data, latest version at the time of this guide writting)
Step 1 : extract File 2 and File 3
Step 2 : Copy the map (The entire “MFM-PPG-X8-X9-121205” folder from File 3) into NaviSEA\Maps (From File 2)
Step 3 : Copy the entire folder NaviSEA into the root directory of your android phone’s internal storage (root not meaning rooted phones, but the base of the internal storage)
Step 4 : Browse to the NaviSEA directory from your phone. you can use the “my files” application or other 3rd party file explorer application such as root explorer (which is the one i used)
Step 5 : Run the application Navitotal! M9SEA.apk.
You might need to allow the phone to install from non-market apps. To do so, go to settings –> Security->Unknown Sources
thats it. if you find the screen funny you may want to install the second file, M9SEA v2.0.apk
do note, that for my phone, the resolution is a bit out, such as the screen shot below:
You will need additional resolution files. for example, in my case, the Samsung note 2 which uses resolution of 1280x720 and 720x1280. You can get the resolution files here: http://goo.gl/tmROh
Thats it! if you ever need to update your map, just go to http://www.malfreemaps.com
The additional data that you need download is called Organic Files for the 1280X720 resolution : http://goo.gl/tmROhReplyDelete
hey anonymous.. THANKS! it worked. i will update my installation files to have 1280x720 and 720x1280 resolution files..ReplyDelete
Hi, I know I’m asking a stupid question here, but I how to i move the NaviSEA folder to the root directory of my Nexus 7 v4.2.1? Do I need to root the device first?ReplyDelete
I tried using Astro File Manager but it says I get an error msg “Could not write file”.
Appreciate the help in advance!
No worries. There's nothing called stupid question. What I meant by root directory means the first level of a directory. For example root directory of your pc c drive will be c:\ and not c:\windows\ReplyDelete
No need for root access.
What I did was connect my phone via usb to pc and copy the files to internal storage.
Thanks for the reply. I did the same thing. When I connect the N7 to my computer, the lowest directory that I can go from Windows Explorer is the "Internal Storage" which is the in-build cd card.ReplyDelete
However, when I use Root Explorer (on the N7) to move the folder to the root folder "/", it give me an error that says and any changed to / directory must first have the device rooted.
Have u solved your problem yet?Delete
Great stuff and thank you very much. I had search a few website but none of them had a simple guide like yours. (some had incomplete file download/multiple join file require which annoying)ReplyDelete
i downloaded the file, combine the map and transfer to phone, setup and wala it works very fine.
FYI: For Sony ion phone, the resolution default is not fit like the sample you showed, but i had migrate another resolution file into organic folder and it works just fine. (720x1280 & 1280x720)
my S2 works just fine without the above resolution file.
im sorry but i cnt read my maps...it says 'can not open maps'?? any help please.ReplyDelete
try upload the maps folder again, make sure your maps in one folder under the subdir MAPS .. like this \NaviSEA\Maps\MFM-PPg-X8-X9-121205ReplyDelete
Where's 121205 represent the latest Maps i got rite now... MFM will update it maps on monthly basis (1st week of the month only)..so feel free to download it from MFM webs.
Thanks for Organic files.. downloading it now.
Thanks for the tips. But you do not need to follow mfm naming format. Whatever folder name will do as long as it's on the maps folder.Delete
I managed to install and every went well. Except that when I launch the application, it has no sound. Any idea? Thanks.ReplyDelete
Same here. NO SOUND/VoiceDelete
I install on Samsung G S3 with Android 4.1.1
Have you solved it? How? Thanks
hi there, sorry for a dumb question but my navitotal m9 is stuck at a place in KL whereas im at johor myself. may i know what have i done wrongly?ReplyDelete
Try enabling your gps. It may take awhile for sat lock.ReplyDelete
Try enabling your gps. It may take awhile for sat lock.ReplyDelete
I have installed M9 and it works, but no sound/voice.
where are the sound files located?
After installation these are the folders and files under Navisea:
/DVR; /MagaNaviser; /Maps; /Organic; /Photo; /Save; M9SEA v2.0.apk; Navitotal! M9SEA.apk; morphemeXD.tbl; BGHKGTR00M.ttf
Please help. Thanks
Should be there have 1 folder name SOUND, try to find that folder. fortunately i got old X5 that store on my pc.. just copied SOUND folder..ReplyDelete
I had follow your intrustion on above transfer the file NaviSEA to my internal storage on my phone Samsung note 2 & run the Navitotal! M9SEA.apk, after install I open the apps. It can't work on it. The screen come with the words (Unfortunately, Navitotal! has stopped!)ReplyDelete
May I know why?
my Note 2 install , everything is fine .. just no sound. anyone can help?ReplyDelete
hi harold chia do u have any idea how to enable the sound?ReplyDelete
hm... i installed on my samsung galaxy s3 and it works well except no sound..ReplyDelete
Ok.. I got myself the sound files. I'm testing it. Once confirmed is working I'll upload for u guys.ReplyDelete
Hi.....i follow ur instruction...but still error...my phone is google nexus 4.2.1.ReplyDelete
hi, i followed all your instructions, and also downloaded the organic folder, but how come the app is not in full size? thanks in advanceReplyDelete
i followed ur instruction and after installing the files, and run the prog, suddenly it crashed and cannot start the application..help me harold..tqReplyDelete
i don't think this is compatible yet with android 4.2ReplyDelete
thanks guys.. works nicely on my note II...ReplyDelete
Hi bro, thx for the instruction. Installed the first file m9sea v1 : gps didn't work. Then i installed v2.0, voila, gps locked in immediately on my S2. Unfortunately, no sound. I will try copying from x8.5 or previous versions. Will share the result soon. Thx!ReplyDelete
hi, my gps still didn't work after install v2.0, any ideas why?Delete
hi bro,wanna ask...the resolution problem is i download the file u paste there and replace the original file with the one i download?ReplyDelete
hi.. please refer here...from this forum you may download the sound folder. paste it into your navisea folder. it will resolve no sound issue.ReplyDelete
you also may download latest map with AES... :) tq harold for the sharing
Is it possible to forward the necessary files to my phone from another phone already installed with papago m9?ReplyDelete
What is the resolution for S3?ReplyDelete
I made it but no sound. Any links to download latest Thailand map?Delete
dude thanks!! working well and also updated new maps with aes too..awesome!!!ReplyDelete
i am having the same problem like OCH facing.ReplyDelete
i having the msg "Unfortunately, Navitotal! has stopped!" when i launch the M9 app.
Please help, and Thanks !
I have a nexus 4 with android 4.2.2. resolution is 1280x768. do you have the resolution file for it? Thanks!!
New Papago M9 link updated !!!ReplyDelete
it's not even new. apk still the same version. cheap way to ask for money there.Delete
Bro, how abt the sound file?ReplyDelete
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I'm using Samsung Galaxy Note II.
hye mate.. thanks for sharing such useful steps. can i know where to get latest Map for monthly update :) Thanks.ReplyDelete
From here, but u need to register 1st..Delete
Excellent!! Thank you very much!!!ReplyDelete
hi im using S3 but when i try to install it appear application not installed so may i know what is the solution for thisReplyDelete
ok my problem solve to share some idea for those who mayb facing the same problem with me. if after download n copy to your phone and you try to install it but there appear"application not installed". try to go google store find other file manager for example Astro. after u install the file manager open the folder again with the new file manager and install then will be ok.ReplyDelete
another thg for those S3 user u have to download one more file call organic with resolution 1280*720 or 720*1280 after u download then copy them into ur organic folder dont delete the original one just copy the file inside n paste it
bt wen we copy.. it gives two option either copy and replace or dont copy.... so which one r we suppose to choose?? pls help!!:)Delete
File 2 cannot download? File removed.ReplyDelete
im using a nexus 7 , when i want to use the papago, it appear this " UNFORTUNATELY , NAVITOTAL! HAS STOPPED" please help me solve it, thank youReplyDelete
To those who us v4.2.1 and above don't bother to try M9 to save your time as it doesn't work - trust me. If you want use M11 instead as proven it work on many models and brands that is running v4.2 and above. I have tried it on xperia zl with resolution of 1920X1080. Google around and you will find it.Delete
Y all setting menu word and road names become blankReplyDelete
the root folder of your phone is / but for the storage where you've used for the maps are located at /storage/emulated/0/ or /storage/emulated/legacy/ or the symlinked folder /storage/sdcard0 (for most aosp based android device).ReplyDelete
The second link in your post is removed. May i know how can i get the link?ReplyDelete