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    Default Speedcameras SCDB Europe ALPINE W92X series 21.02.2016

    Compatible with Alpine ine w92x series with microSD. Just unzip and copy to a micro SD. Insert it and turn on the radio.
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    Hello Giuseppe66

    first i want to apologyze because my english is not very good.

    I have from 2 weeks, a new car with a alpine ine s900R, et i try to insert new speedcamera. Il have tried with one file, and then i dont have any more speedcame on my gps !.
    I'd like to try with your file : it seems to go all right (no error) but no radar... Have i to modify the file (il live in france) ? I have put it (the file speedcame.csv) on a usb key and turn on the navi

    thank you for your read (and help)

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    Hello,

    Read and try this SCDB method :

    S900 1

    S900 2
    Last edited by Bricoman; 26th April 2016 at 19:01.

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    giuseppe66 has the right idea as that is the way I did it on my W920R. The speedcamera.txt file lives in it's own folder called Speed Camera When you add a new txt file to the folder it ADDS the new items to the old items. If you DELETE all the items in the folder and add a new speedcamera.txt file then it builds the new file and associated database files. The second way of doing it is just adding user POI files into the USER DATA area and setting if they should bleep or not. Problem is that ALL Poi's will follow the same settings because you don't seem able to select different files. I have a hack for my old one that dumps you into WINCE and you can then have a look at the file structure and add multiple POI files with their own icons.

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    Last edited by QFour; 28th April 2016 at 11:50.

 

 

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