I can't believe this! I was navigating the new Google Earth app when about 2 minutes in I get this error message. What is going to happen when iOS4 comes along with multitasking? - The sound of iPads crashing will fill the air!
24" iMac 3.06GHz/500GB/4GB RAM/8800 GS
Mac OS X (10.6)
Rogers Mobile Internet, 60g iPod (colour), 16GB iPod Touch
how to import Google Earth files into the iPads google Earth?I'm starting to setup and use my iPad more and more for work to show it can be a great tool for the work place IN the field (and at the office). But I'm in need to be able to use some simple tools. I have roughly about a month or two before I'm out to there to try it out so a little time to set things up and play around.
My boss has sent me a .KMZ file (stores locations and data about "sites" - See photo below). I downloaded the file and was able to click and drag into the Google Earth program on the Windows 7 PC. Pulled up each site with detailed information.
I then saved that file into DropBox. The iPad was able to locate the file, and says "Can not display" or something along those lines. However if exporting to an APP, it does give me the option for Google Earth. If tapped, it will open Google Earth. However none of the data opens up.
Is possible to read a KML file in the Google Earth iPad app? I sent one to my iPad (through email) and when I clicked on it, it asked if I wanted to open it in GE, GE opened but no KML file showed up on GE ??
When using Google maps and Google Earth, as well as 'Star Walk', my actual position can be out from between a few hundred yards to a few miles in the case of the latter. Is there any way I can check or adjust calibration on the iPad WiFi 3g 64?
Firstly let me say, year of course in the grand scheme of it's a technical miracle that I can view the planet whilst sitting in the back garden and if you could show someone from the past this such as Christopher Columbus his jaw would hit the floor.However what I'm wondering is what technical reason is there for it to run nowhere near as nice or be any where as nice a program as it is on a desktop ?We can all see it's been heavily cut down for the iPad into just a pretty viewing program. All the rest of the program has been stripped out.So we have CPU speed, GPU speed and network speed.I have about 26 mb/sec wifi speed which I believe is around the most you can get on the iPad. I have read that something about the internal wifi design means that whilst it is an N device it cannot actually run at full N speeds.
I was using my ipad and I was on google earth and all of the sudden the screen went blue and would not do anything. I plugged it up to charger and it went off. Now I can not get it to come back on. I have plugged it in to computer and it still will not do anything.
Why the google Earth app is not avialable for downloading from Apps Store for those of us subscribed from the Dominican Republic. Google Earth app is free, universal and I'm not using a jailbracked Ipad 2; iOS 5.? Every other app I'd donwloaded with no problem at all (some 165 apps both free and/or paid).