alternative for com.google.googlenav package

by ashish » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 06:54:50 GMT


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 hello everybody,

does anybody know what  is alternative package for
com.google.googlenav because this is not supported on sdk1.0.

i am unable to find it??
please help...

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Best regards Lars
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