Reading an article on HERE.com uses the phrase:
If other users of HERE Drive are on a busy road and stop for more than would be expected, the mapping servers are notified and this anonymous data is passed onto other users.
If this real-time traffic data coincides with one of your Commutes, the Live tile will notify you that your journey may take ...
I believe it is approximately an hour, I have "My Commute" as a Live Tile.
There are a few settings you may need to check:
In Here Drive scroll down to Settings
Select "My Commute"
Make Sure "My Commute" is on.
To create a live tile of your commute (provided you have created one) click "Pin to start" (it is in text and hard to see).
Now you can start your ...
If you add your commute route you specify a time for the commute.
If you start Here drive+ at this time you will have a tile for this commute as shown in the screenshot (here the tile with 43 min/Home)
And here is a screenshot if your are not in a timeslot for an saved route. If you click on emphasized tile you will first see your saved route to home. If ...
Indeed it looks like South Korea is not available on HERE maps (and Japan neither!). Luckily there are some clients for OSM in the store that might give you what you need. The top contender seems to be Offline Maps, though do also have a look at GPS Navigator aSpass, Simple OSM and QuoVadis Mobile.
Nope, you're not missing anything. The UI won't let you do this...
There is a work around, though. Start the download of one region, then tap "cancel" in the app bar. Then, start the download of another region. You'll notice a message asking whether to resume the first download. If you tap "not now" you can go and add another region to download.
You can use the Map Creator tool to fix errors yourself. The edits will only be displayed in a "community" version of the maps until they are reviewed by Nokia and fully integrated into the Here database.
On Windows mobile 10 the default maps app is all you need.
It uses the downloaded offline maps and has turn by turn voice guidance without the need of internet connection and by using GPS detection just like the Here app.
Imagine the Nokia Here Drive+ part of the default preinstalled microsoft maps app. Now integrated as part of the OS itself to let you ...
Well the only way you can use the offline feature of the here maps is by manually selecting and downloading the regions through which you will be travelling. But i have the perfect solution for your problem why not use HERE DRIVE it has the capability of downloading the minimal map data so that you can travel through different regions without having to ...
Not sure if/how HERE Drive+ taks traffic into account when routing, but I do know that you can use the round button with the two cars on it (it should be in the lower left corner of the screen) switches you to the mode that shows traffic on the map and back.
The app might be deriving heading from sequential GPS readings, and without a clear view of the sky, or without moving at all, the general "fuzz" and noise in GPS signals may make it think it's going crazy.
Yes you are missing something. Tap the circle with three checkmarks and horisontal lines at the bottom of the country list. Now you can select multiple countries and then download them at once. However, you can't mix whole countries and regions of big countries.