> I've got the Graphhopper files
downloaded and can't get any offline searching to work
> the routing is working OK.
GraphHopper (offline) is only for offline routing, just like
The only offline search can be made using the downloaded offline
Currently using the menu "Data | Search".
As for the data that is stored in the poi files, for Mapsforge poi
OpenAndroMaps poi files may organize differently their data.
> Also, still no road name in the top bar when starting a
route, just the left-turn arrow and a two hyphens.
Have you selected "GraphHopper (offline)" in routing settings?
Do you mean the street name you are turning on or the street name
you are on?
- "Settings | Navigation | Turn instruction" (top 1st line in
- "Settings | Navigation | Street name" (top 2nd line in image)
Can you provide a route example?
> Using Cruiser, offline, in the wilderness with whatever
map+routing+poi files I've downloaded from the Download Manager,
should I be able to input my home post-code or city in the box and
get a result?
Now there are 3 download types: Maps - Routing - POI.
They are not interconnected, except that when download
OpenAndroMaps map or poi,
their zip file contains both map + poi, so Cruiser installs both
map + poi, ready to use.
Currently there are:
- 3 offline map providers (Mapsforge, OpenAndroMaps,
- 2 offline routing providers (GraphHopper internally and BRouter
- 2 offline poi providers (Mapsforge, OpenAndroMaps).
We certainly could think about how we can simplify the process.
The best should be to do everything offline in the wilderness, I am
working on it. :)