So, here's another short tutorial on how to get fully functional Indian maps for use on the Motorola Milestone or any other Android phone available on the market.
Motorola Milestone with Motonav Or Android phone with iGO My Way 2009
Content Folder Part 1
Content Folder Part 2
Content Folder Part 3
1. Download all the 3 parts of the content folder and extract. Everything should be extracted to a "Motonav" folder with a subfolder called content.
2. Plug your phone in with Mass Storage Mode enabled.
3. If you have a Motorola based phone with Motonav installed, just copy the Motonav folder to the SD Card. A prompt will ask you if you wish to replace the files with the ones in the folder being copied. You can safely approve and let the copy process take place.
4. If you have another Android phone without Motonav, you require iGO My Way 2009 to be installed to use these maps. In this case, rename the extracted Motonav folder to iGO and copy it straight to the SD Card.
5. Unplug the phone ( you know, after ejecting ) and start up the software. Now you should have all the Indian maps on your phone.
Using these maps nullifies the requirement for an EDGE connection in India and the phone can be used as a dedicated GPS by itself. So one can incur less cost while using EDGE or anyone visiting the country can use these maps without a cell phone connection at all.
This is also useful for those who've upgraded or formatted the SD Cards in their Indian-bought Milestones and don't have a backup of the Indian maps. Another use comes in handy for those who've bought their phones from outside the country and would like the benefits that the Indian buyers enjoy over here.
Anyway, this concludes the tutorial. Best of luck.