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Latitude: Setting up

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Google Latitude allows you to see your location, and that of your friends, on your phone. It uses a combination of GPS (satellite) and GSM (cellphone) signals to pinpoint your position and direction.

You must first have a Google account. And a phone.

Assuming you’re using one of our Nokia N95s, here’s how to set it up.

Open the browser on your phone.

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Go to Select/Navigate/Go to web address

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Enter the address google.com/latitude

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You may have to wait while the phone connects to the Internet

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Click on the Install Now link

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You’ll be prompted to save the file itself: 

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The program will now start downloading. It should take a few minutes.

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Once the program is downloaded to your phone, you need to install it. Follow the prompts till you see this:

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Once the program is installed, it will want to connect. Select the right access point:

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And then you’re ready to go:

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See Latitude: Using it.

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