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If you're going where the Internet is slow, mobile data is expensive, or you can't get online, you can save an area from Google Maps to your phone or tablet and use it when you're offline. Loading Mars Maps.

If you're going where the Internet is slow, mobile data is expensive, or you can't get online, you can save an area from Google Maps to your phone or tablet and use it when you're offline. Note: Downloading offline maps isn't available in some regions because of contractual limitations, language support, address formats, or other reasons. Dyned Indir more. Step 1: Download a map Note: You can save maps on your device or an SD card. If you change the way you save maps, you’ll have to download the map again.

• On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Maps app. • Make sure you're connected to the internet and. • Search for a place, like San Francisco. • At the bottom, tap the name or address of the place Download Download. If you searched for a place like a restaurant, tap More Download offline map Download. Save offline maps on an SD card Offline maps are downloaded on your device’s internal storage by default, but you can download them on an SD card instead.

If your device is on Android 6.0 or higher, you can only save an area to an SD card that's configured for portable storage.. • On your Android phone or tablet, insert an SD card. • Open the Google Maps app. • In the top left, tap the Menu Offline maps.

• In the top right, tap Settings. • Under 'Storage preferences,' tap Device SD card. Step 2 (optional): Save battery and mobile data You'll use offline maps, but can still use other apps with mobile data. • On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Maps app. • Tap Menu turn on Wi-Fi only.

Notes: • You can get driving directions offline, but not transit, bicycling, or walking directions. • You won't have traffic info, alternate routes, or lane guidance. • You can't change routes, like avoiding tolls or ferries. Use offline maps After you download an area, use the Google Maps app just like you normally would. • • • If your Internet connection is slow or absent, Google Maps will use your offline maps to give you directions. Notes: • You can get driving directions offline, but not transit, bicycling, or walking directions. In your driving directions, you won't have traffic info, alternate routes, or lane guidance. You also can't modify routes like avoiding tolls or ferries.

• To save cell data and battery life, use 'Wi-Fi only' mode. In this mode, when you’re not connected to Wi-Fi, Google Maps will only use data from the offline maps that you’ve downloaded. Before you use this mode, make sure you download offline maps. To turn on this mode, open the Google Maps app Menu next to 'Wi-Fi only,' turn the switch on. Manage offline maps. Offline maps that you downloaded on your phone or tablet need to be updated at least every 30 days. When your offline maps expire in 15 days or less, Google Maps will try to update the area automatically when you're connected to Wi-Fi.

If your offline maps aren’t automatically updated, you can update them by following the steps below. From the notification • In the 'Update offline maps' notification, tap Update Now. • Tap the expired or expiring area on the list. • Tap Update. • The offline area will update. From anywhere else • On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Maps app. • In the top left, tap the Menu Offline maps.

• Tap the expired or expiring area on the list. • Tap Update. I Macros more.

• The offline area will update.