You can start walk navigation in the Maps application:
You can also tap the place information bar to view the place details and select Navigate > Walk here.
If there's no voice guidance heard in Maps navigation when using the Polish voice files with street names, take the following actions to fix the issue:
If there is no red star next to the icon and the voice file is not downloaded, try then to manually delete the folder \cities\diskcache\voices\polish_tts on mass memory and re-download the voice files as described above or download them via Nokia Suite.
Route planning calculates and displays a route between two locations. Navigation means that the route is calculated from your current GPS position to a chosen destination. The navigation is voice-guided.
Free navigation is included in Maps v3.03 and later versions. To check the availability of the free navigation for your device, visit the Maps support pages of your local Nokia website.
Depending on your device, you can update to the latest Maps version via Nokia Suite, SW Update menu, Nokia Store or via an installable sis-file.
If you have upgraded your Maps 3.01 from Maps 2.0, Maps 3.01 can't use the voice files used in Maps 2.0 and therefore needs to download new voice files to give the voice commands.
To download new voice files, answer Yes when the application requires to download voice guidance. If you select No, the navigation continues without voice guidance. You can also download the voice files to your PC with Nokia Suite.
Voice files are updated only when you start navigating.
If your device was delivered with an included navigation and/or Traffic & Safety licence but you have not activated them, the licence is displayed as pending. The licence is activated when you start navigating.
Note that there's no licence needed with Maps versions 3.03 and later.
In case you have chose the wrong region for activating your Nokia Maps 1-year Navigation License CD, contact Nokia Care - contact details at your local Nokia website, support page.
Have the following information at hand when contacting Nokia Care:
Note that Ovi Maps version 3.03 and later offer navigation and other services for free. There is no need to use any license on these releases.
Walk navigation stops if your speed exceeds 30 km/h, so Walk navigation cannot be used while driving a car.
Traffic info in Maps 2.0 does not offer re-routing functionality for traffic events during pedestrian navigation. The service is optimised to be used for car navigation.