Google Map di Milestone Android 2.1

by Yayang Usman » Mon, 12 Apr 2010 12:09:13 GMT


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 Baru beli milestone nih jadi masih newbie soal Android. Mo nanya nih kan 
di milestone gak ada Google Map. Waktu mo download dari Marketplace kok 
gak ada waktu aku search ya ?


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Google Map di Milestone Android 2.1

by mytamzil » Mon, 12 Apr 2010 14:25:28 GMT


 Kalau dengan google earth bedanya apa ya? Nggak pernah sukses instal di 
Motorola Milestone euy.


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