I just wanted to point all Android users to the new navigation / mapping software named opensatnav (OSN) that I found today.
A nice open source project, creating a really easy to use navigation software.
Nothing against AndNav2, but opensatnav feels easier to use (in this very early stage).
We aim to create an open source satnav application for the Android platform. This project is a fork of the open-source components of AndNav2 (the map tile display) with a great deal of our additions. The project also aims to keep closer to the Android platform UI.
And based on OpenStreetMap data. I read both http://opensatnav.org/ (thank you for the link kizza) and http://www.opensatnav.org/wiki/osn but dit not find the info I was after. So my questions/remarks are:
-is that phone -online- downloading tiles? (from mapnik they look)
-if all is routable then only tiles cannot do. You made a mkAmap (like mkGmap for garmin) program first?
-the phone does not need to be online using the navigation?
Pleas tell a little bit more. I think you could do that on http://opensatnav.org/ better than here as more people will like to know how it works.