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  1. Muzorewa's Avatar
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    Same here, 9900 Bold on T-Mobile in the UK. Signs out as soon as you sign in, only noticed it in the last couple of days.

    If I roll back to Maps 3, do My Maps (from Google) still work, which is the whole point of wanting to be logged in. I've got a big tour coming up in the next few weeks where the route has been meticulously refined over the last few months and with Latitude it was going to be perfect to track where I was up to and zoom in & out as required in order to pinpoint some of the places in relation to my current position.

    Hope it gets resolved soon
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    WORKAROUND FOR BROKEN GOOGLE MAPS ON BLACKBERRY

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    It works!
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    Same Google maps prob here in India since 8th March.. Seems Google has stopped supporting BlackBerry (and Blackbery stopped supporting to customers)..
    Any solution for this..?
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    Thanks.. I have downloaded the zip file.. Kindly advise procedure to install on BB Bold3
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    unzip the file in one folder on your bb sd, from the bb select "GoogleMap-v3.jad" and install it.
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    Hi this is Joel who did the original post. Uninstalling 4.5.3 and installing v3 did work on the 9900 but reinstalling 4.5.3 after that did not work. Still having the original problem with Latitude.
    ...Joel
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    i too have the same problem from 8th
    it gets signet in and within seconds signet out
  8. Muzorewa's Avatar
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    With the Bold 9900 I've found that Maps 3 works ok, I can stay logged in, but in version 3 there's no layers, so you can't access your My Maps that you created on your PC. Overwriting to 4.5.3. brings back the sign-in problem again.

    However, it does load the map from My Maps, so as long as I don't close the map on my phone, just switch application instead, I can at least do what I wanted - tedious but it works.
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    any news related to latitude sign in ?
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    Verizon BB 9930

    Instead of "You're signed in / You're signed out," an improvement would be a more informative error message.

    If the error message provided some instructions, thousands of people wouldn't waste their time and bandwidth un-installing and re-installing.

    I hope the Latitude comes back soon.

    -neil-

    Last edited by nei1; 03-11-2013 at 08:26 AM. Reason: if you start me up...
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    Well so much for that idea...I called T-Mobile Tech Support and they know nothing about the problem...They were supposed to transfer me to a T-Mobile Blackberry Specialist but we got disconnected before I could talk to anyone.
    So the saga continues.
    ...Joel
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    I have version 4.5.3 and can't stay logged in either. I do not think Google is supporting BlackBerry any longer so I don't have much faith that Google will try a fix. My husband never upgraded his Google Maps and is on version 3, his is staying logged in just fine. So I have been using Latitude on my Ipod. I guess I could try deleting 4.5.3 and trying version 3.

    I am still using a 9700 and my future upgrading with BB is looking very dim if Google doesn't decide to roll out their Maps for OS 10. This is the only app I use on a near constant basis. I am touch screen challenged. I'm typing on my playbook to post this and it has taken at least 3 times longer to do it on this crummy touchscreen, delete....never enters space....delete....delete....etc
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    Boy I hope Google does not stop supporting blackberry... We all will be in trouble.
    Also... (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc is shutting down seven products, including its mobile app for Blackberry smartphones, as new Chief Executive Marissa Mayer takes a page from Google Inc's Playbook by eliminating unsuccessful products en masse."Yahoo said its app for Blackberry smartphones would no longer be available for download, or supported by Yahoo, as of April 1."
    Because of BB10's new operating system.I am afraid to upgrade to BB10 as I need some of the other third party app's that I am currently using on my 9900. And they may not run on BB10.
    ...Joel
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    Default Same problem -signed out of Latitude

    Same here - Canada - Rogers service - BB Bold 9900
    Involuntarily was signed out of latitude. Same problem trying to sign back in. Msg says I've signed into my google account and then immediately tells me that I've signed out
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    Default Automatically getting logged out of google latitude for blackberry curve

    Since 8th march i am getting logged out of google latitude.
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    As per the following thread on the Google Support Forums, looks like Google's aware of this issue an is working on it: https://productforums.google.com/for...I/qoIOOVofHkEJ
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    Same issue here since late friday 8 (Bold 9900 on T-Mobile)
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    Since the morning of March 8th, I have not been able to use Latitude, I get the "you have been signed out" immediately after signing in. I'm glad there is a forum that has an answer - but the fact that I have to DOWNGRADE to make it work again is very disappointing. I have not downgraded and I am hoping this will be fixed. I've been a dedicated Blackberry user since day #1 with my old trackwheel blackberry. I currently have a Torch 9800. Even though the new BB is about to be released - I have witnessed support/updates for apps I use just fade away. Even just going places in Chicago, sitting somewhere seeing something that could make my life easier - and going to download it and finding out it only supports iPhone and Android phones. From my car dealership, to SouthWest Airlines (Flight Tracker) - I cannot use my Blackberry because RIGHT NOW there is no real CURRENT application support for it.

    It makes no sense to stay on the Blackberry platform - and I am SCARED TO DEATH to switch to the new BB10 because how do I know it's not going to be another huge flop? I work for government and they started switching to Windows 8 phones. I dislike the Windows phones, so I choose to keep my Blackberry for personal use. But my Blackberry is already a thing of the past...

    It shouldn't have to come to this... pulling the plug on things that were working. Not saying they did or didn't - but it sure looks that way. I don't see any hard evidence that Google is working on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChicagoMike75 View Post
    It shouldn't have to come to this... pulling the plug on things that were working. Not saying they did or didn't - but it sure looks that way. I don't see any hard evidence that Google is working on it.
    What about the evidence that I posted two posts prior to your reply? ;-) I know it may not be hard, but it's definitely better than nothing IMO :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sashko View Post
    What about the evidence that I posted two posts prior to your reply? ;-) I know it may not be hard, but it's definitely better than nothing IMO :-)
    True, I did see that. But I don't count a reply to a thread from a supposed Google employee named Abby as "official". Replies to threads are hardly official. I can log in as Bill Gates and say we're working on Windows XP SP4. :-P
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChicagoMike75 View Post
    True, I did see that. But I don't count a reply to a thread from a supposed Google employee named Abby as "official". Replies to threads are hardly official. I can log in as Bill Gates and say we're working on Windows XP SP4. :-P
    You could, however you wouldn't show up as an MS employee on an MS forum that easily. That blue G icon sure makes her seem legit ;-)
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    I can't sign in either! Lol

    Google might've pulled the plug. Idiots they are. "Do no evil"... BS!

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    Yeah, they're supposedly still working on it. From what I understand, iPhone users are experiencing the same thing :-o
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    Quote Originally Posted by markok View Post
    WORKAROUND FOR BROKEN GOOGLE MAPS ON BLACKBERRY

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    It works!
    This is a different problem - the terms and conditions acceptance problem to which your link refers has been fixed by google and the workround referred to is no longer necessary.

    The problem being talked about in this thread is to do with the sign in process, not the installation process (hence the title "Google Map Sign in Issue"). When you sign in on the app it signs you out a few seconds later.
    Bold 9900 (shrunk 7.1.0.714) sim-free on O2 UK. Ex 9700 and 9000.
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    Default So little information, so little service

    Sighhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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