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Locus Map can also work with external offline maps acquired from other sources - PC software, cartography publishers, and other map providers. It is necessary to copy these maps into your phone's memory or on an SD card.
There are a few options where to put the map files:
The default directory for the raster maps. You can add your maps here in several ways:
Vector maps' appearance can be changed by themes. The theme files must be placed in the default Locus/MapsVector directory. OpenAndroMaps themes - download them directly from their website, they'll be imported on the right place by the app.
This option is available only in Android versions 5 - 10.
There is a huge amount of map file formats and Locus Map is proud to be one of a few to support so many of them:
If you come across a map file in a format not included in this list and you would like to use it in Locus Map there is no need to worry. There is a lot of desktop conversion software to solve the problem.