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I give up - iPhone 5c, running 7.1

Maps app closes if you select the address bar, the shortcut for getting directions and the Recents option.

Have tried:
1. power off
2. reset - holding home and power button
3. full restore to factory - this works 1 time (see below) or until I restore the backup
4. Clear settings on the phone - this permits you to put in 1 address and then returns to just closing the app on every susbsequent touch of the address bar
5. Trick someone else posted of sending an email with a google maps link and opening the link - this does nothing since it only opens in Safari instead of Maps
6. quitting the app - this does clear the last address, but still the app closes as soon as you touch the address bar

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I have a 4s and iPad 2, both running iOS 7.1 and the Maps app functions fine.

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My 5s functions just fine also - doesn't help me fixing my wife's phone.

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Sorry, I didn't know if you had another one to compare it to.

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