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ANDROID, Samsung Note 2 Smart Phone - Need to view Google Maps when no internet is available.

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All, I have a customer who has a Samsung Note 2 Android phone. He works in the public sector and sometimes when he is in the middle of the desert, his phone loses internet capability which means his google maps (which he uses for GPS) stops working.

Is there an option that would allow him to download a regional map to his phone so that the MAPS portion would work without internet connectivity ?

Thanks !!
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Sorry for the delay. Been sick. This is the perfect soultion . Worked even when I had no phone service.
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