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    Default Navigation App uninstaled Itself

    Hey pls can anyone help me out I m Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 user Model no GT P3100
    My problem is the inbuilt Navigation app(the one with the blue arrow) has uninstalled itself I dnt knw how I tried to find it out in the installed apps section but it was no were to be found .I tried to search it on the google play i coudnt find it on play store also. Guys m a frequent user of the navigation app as i travel too much so pls can anyone help me out regarding the same matter I would appreciate it Thanks
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    Default Re: Navigation App uninstaled Itself

    It was always just a shortcut to the navigation function of Google Maps. You can use Google Maps to search for the address and then just select navigate for the correct result.


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    Navigation uninstaled itself
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    If you would like to have the separate navigational icon back, go to settings>apps> all apps> maps> uninstall updates

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    Clicking the Y shaped icon is the navigation feature. Click on that and it assunes your current location and you input your desired destination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer Stough View Post
    If you would like to have the separate navigational icon back, go to settings>apps> all apps> maps> uninstall updates

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    Thanx a lot Jenni!
    It works now. You rocking!

    Appreciate it!

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    Thanx a lot Jenni!
    It works now. You rocking!

    Appreciate it!

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    Raj
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    ]If you would like to have the separate navigational icon back, go to settings>apps> all apps> maps> uninstall updates

    HiJennifer Stough...I tried doin it dat way bt cudnt find any icon suggesting uninstall updates ...plz help me get dis navigator icon bck..

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