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    Nokia Maps was one of the biggest parts of my 900 that I was looking forward to for a few reasons. Mainly because it gives you the option to get public transit directions. So you can imagine my dismay when I downloaded and begin to fool around with the maps, only to find that they are quite outdated, at least her in Chicago. I wonder if this is due to Nokia's absences from the American market in recent years or just outdated map data from their source. Either way, does anyone have any idea of when, if, or how these maps will be updated so that they might actually be useful?
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    100 views and no responses? Crazyness!
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    I know what you mean. Happened to me here in Panama... For a while, the map was so outdated (2+ years) that it showed me driving on water. But it got updated quite quickly, it's good now. Updated maps just show, I don't believe I actually had to do or download anything...

    And Panama is a small player, one would think a city as big as Chicago would get better mapping services from the biggest player in the market (I think NAVTEQ is the biggest, owned by Nokia).
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjansen85 View Post
    100 views and no responses? Crazyness!
    Should post in the Nokia forum. Might get more responses.

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