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    Triangle Garm. UConnect CTP11 & CTP12 units - Loading new detail map and additional files

    Hi Guys,

    Ok, I am going to break down and make a post;

    I have been reviewing a few forums and searching for hours but I am having a hell of a time trying to figure this out. I am hoping someone can help guide me in the right direction.

    I just purchased a 2011 Dodge Charger (yesterday) and I want to update the built-in GPS, the map that is currently on the gps is well out of date (2011) and there have been some significant changes since then.

    From another forum it described copying specific files to a USB to update the unit:

    gmapprom.img
    gmaptz.img
    gmapbmap.img

    05CA6QRK.srx
    05CA6QRL.asr
    05CA6QRM.asr
    05CA6QRN.asr

    D3191150A.JCV

    I have located some of the files through posts on the forum, however I cannot figure out how to get the img files. I went ahead and downloaded / installed the PC install from the first post in hopes that it would help me. I have the program to unlock the maps aswell. It seems as I have all the tools just not sure how to use them.

    Can someone help me out, or even point me in the right direction?

    Thanks guys!

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    @saltybob
    You can build your own .img after installing the map in Basecamp by Mapinstall (pc install from post n1)
    instructions here
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    or download the unlocked .img from post n2 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Rename it to gmapprom.img

    to update with USB flash drive:
    USB Drive://Garmin/gmapprom.img
    USB Drive://Garmin/GMAPTZ.img [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    USB Drive://Garmin/ASR/*.ASR files from post n1 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    USB Drive://Garmin/JCV/*.jcv (you can use the big one from Garmin official link)
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    @saltybob
    You can build your own .img after installing the map in Basecamp by Mapinstall (pc install from post n1)
    instructions here
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    or download the unlocked .img from post n2 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Rename it to gmapprom.img

    to update with USB flash drive:
    USB Drive://Garmin/gmapprom.img
    USB Drive://Garmin/GMAPTZ.img [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    USB Drive://Garmin/ASR/*.ASR files from post n1 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    USB Drive://Garmin/JCV/*.jcv (you can use the big one from Garmin official link)
    OK, I will try this, I have acquired the files you mentioned and set them up on my thumb drive. Do I need the gmapbmap.img file or is that one not needed?

    I think I am about ready to plug this in and see what happens.

    UPDATE: Following the directions for updating the nav unit from the other forums, I attempted to install the map to the nav unit and it failed after validation stating there was not a map to be installed.
    Could this be because of the gmapbmap.img file mentioned previously? Where do I obtain / generate this file?
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    gmapbmap.img is basemap, probably you still have in your device.
    It's unlocked and not version dependant.
    3d map instead comes locked and is version dependant. It's 3 d buildings map.

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    EDIT: corrected, sorry I mixed gmapbmap and gmapdem
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    @saltybob
    All basemaps are available here: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] [Post #2, scroll down to 'WORLD AND BASEMAPS']. But as catymag said, provided you have gmapbmap.img [basemap] already on the unit there is no need to update/replace it when changing gmapprom.img [detail map] and ancillary files.

    Quote Originally Posted by saltybob View Post
    ..............
    UPDATE: Following the directions for updating the nav unit from the other forums, I attempted to install the map to the nav unit and it failed after validation stating there was not a map to be installed.
    Could this be because of the gmapbmap.img file mentioned previously? Where do I obtain / generate this file?
    I think the problem is with the update process and not to do with the map itself .
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    Thank you catymag and Neil for your insight;

    I don't think there is anything wrong with the maps either, and the instructions seem pretty straight forward regarding the update to the unit. I just feel as if I am missing something.

    Basically the update process calls for using a Nuvi Device with a map update to download the new maps and associated files from Garmin. Since I do not have a standalone Garmin device I am supplementing maps from this post to obtain the update. The instructions indicate specific files which are to be copied from the Nuvi device to a USB device (inside a folder marked Garmin) I have listed the files in my previous post. After files are copied to the specified folders and sub-folders on the USB it states to plug the USB into the USB port in the vehicle. The vehicle will then automatically detect and validate maps (in my case it fails), after the validation it will begin the install which can be a lengthy process.

    The instructions also include how to generate a specific lock code from the map ID (FID Number?) and the Unit ID of my nav system to unlock the map once installed.

    All this seems fine and dandy, quite simple right? Well this is where I am messing something up;

    I have tried the unlocked map (post 2).
    I have tried the PC install for BaseCamp and to generate my own img (yeaa not sure how to do this in BaseCamp - could be the issue).
    I have (at separate times) put the IMG files on the USB in the appropriate places, as well as the other files - except the base IMG (because I did not generate one), not sure if this is the issue either.

    I will try to locate the base img for the North America maps from the post provided by catymag (thank you!) to download as well. **update: for the North America links, it brings me to the 2015.30 post (this thread) where do I find the base?

    Sorry for all the questions, I am just finding this to be a little overwhelming as there are just so many options to choose from! Once I have this figured out I am sure it will be simpler and make sense. Where do I find Step by Step instructions to generate the map from BaseCamp so I can have a raw img to work with? Also, if anyone has done this for a UConnect Nav device - please feel free to throw some insight here aswell!

    SB
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    Quote Originally Posted by saltybob View Post
    .....................
    Basically the update process calls for using a Nuvi Device with a map update to download the new maps and associated files from Garmin. Since I do not have a standalone Garmin device I am supplementing maps from this post to obtain the update. The instructions indicate specific files which are to be copied from the Nuvi device to a USB device (inside a folder marked Garmin) I have listed the files in my previous post. After files are copied to the specified folders and sub-folders on the USB it states to plug the USB into the USB port in the vehicle. The vehicle will then automatically detect and validate maps (in my case it fails), after the validation it will begin the install which can be a lengthy process.
    Maybe a link to the site where you obtained those instruction might be helpful for us to diagnose what's wrong if what i've suggested below doesn't work. Don't post a direct outside link, please wrap it in code tags so that [/code] is at the end of the link and [code] is at the start, you can type those manually.

    The instructions also include how to generate a specific lock code from the map ID (FID Number?) and the Unit ID of my nav system to unlock the map once installed.
    This could be the 'missing link' if you haven't done it. It may be that the garmin firmware in your unit will still accept an 'unlock code' i.e. gmapprom.unl file with the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] generated code copied into it. With modern garmin units and later firmware in earlier ones there is additional protection termed [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] which doesn't allow unlock codes generated for maps with FID [JM calls it 'MapID'] of 2200 and over. From what you've said, maybe GMA has not been inflicted on your unit [yet].

    I have tried the unlocked map (post 2).
    Maybe you need to use a locked map and matching .unl code to satisfy checks made by the unit before it will load the map.

    I have tried the PC install for BaseCamp and to generate my own img (yeaa not sure how to do this in BaseCamp - could be the issue).
    BaseCamp actually doesn't generate the image, it invokes MapInstall to do that but it all happens rather seamlessly so it can seem to the average user that BC is doing the image generation. BaseCamp has very good on-board help and there's also a start-up video which is very good. Again, you may need to generate a locked image to make it work.

    I have (at separate times) put the IMG files on the USB in the appropriate places, as well as the other files - except the base IMG (because I did not generate one), not sure if this is the issue either.

    I will try to locate the base img for the North America maps from the post provided by catymag (thank you!) to download as well. **update: for the North America links, it brings me to the 2015.30 post (this thread) where do I find the base?
    As to 'base IMG' are you referring to the basemap? Read Caty and my previous replies, you almost certainly do have one named gmapbmap.img still on your unit. Not causing your problem if missing anyway, quite certain of that.

    Sorry for all the questions, I am just finding this to be a little overwhelming as there are just so many options to choose from! Once I have this figured out I am sure it will be simpler and make sense. Where do I find Step by Step instructions to generate the map from BaseCamp so I can have a raw img to work with? Also, if anyone has done this for a UConnect Nav device - please feel free to throw some insight here aswell!
    I think you should just try again with a locked gmapprom.img and a JM generated gmapprom.unl file. If no workee then give us that link.
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    @Neil,

    Thank you for such helpful tips. I am going to try a locked img with a generated code.

    Here is a link to the forum I mentioned earlier (was not sure if it was 'cool' to link other forums or not) --
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    I will report back in a little bit once everything is created and attempt happens

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    Quote Originally Posted by saltybob View Post
    Thank you catymag and Neil for your insight;

    I don't think there is anything wrong with the maps either, and the instructions seem pretty straight forward regarding the update to the unit. I just feel as if I am missing something.

    Basically the update process calls for using a Nuvi Device with a map update to download the new maps and associated files from Garmin. Since I do not have a standalone Garmin device I am supplementing maps from this post to obtain the update. The instructions indicate specific files which are to be copied from the Nuvi device to a USB device (inside a folder marked Garmin) I have listed the files in my previous post. After files are copied to the specified folders and sub-folders on the USB it states to plug the USB into the USB port in the vehicle. The vehicle will then automatically detect and validate maps (in my case it fails), after the validation it will begin the install which can be a lengthy process.

    The instructions also include how to generate a specific lock code from the map ID (FID Number?) and the Unit ID of my nav system to unlock the map once installed.

    All this seems fine and dandy, quite simple right? Well this is where I am messing something up;

    I have tried the unlocked map (post 2).
    I have tried the PC install for BaseCamp and to generate my own img (yeaa not sure how to do this in BaseCamp - could be the issue).
    I have (at separate times) put the IMG files on the USB in the appropriate places, as well as the other files - except the base IMG (because I did not generate one), not sure if this is the issue either.

    I will try to locate the base img for the North America maps from the post provided by catymag (thank you!) to download as well. **update: for the North America links, it brings me to the 2015.30 post (this thread) where do I find the base?

    Sorry for all the questions, I am just finding this to be a little overwhelming as there are just so many options to choose from! Once I have this figured out I am sure it will be simpler and make sense. Where do I find Step by Step instructions to generate the map from BaseCamp so I can have a raw img to work with? Also, if anyone has done this for a UConnect Nav device - please feel free to throw some insight here aswell!

    SB
    Hello. I myself am trying to do the exact same thing and am having the exact same problem! I have a 2011 Chrysler 300 and the process is exactly the same for my car as yours being we have the same kind of radio. I'm wondering if it's because the maps are already unlocked....? I did download the locked PC install like you but just like you I don't have a standalone Garmin unit and am clueless about how to use Basecamp to create a locked image that I can then use the unlocking software on for my vehicle code. There is also the missing .img file that you can't find which is the same file I can't seem to find online at all. I have in the past been able to update my maps with no issue but for some reason this one seems to be having problems.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    Maybe a link to the site where you obtained those instruction might be helpful for us to diagnose what's wrong if what i've suggested below doesn't work. Don't post a direct outside link, please wrap it in code tags so that [/code] is at the end of the link and [code] is at the start, you can type those manually.

    the link that I am using might help: http://www.chargerforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=236665

    This could be the 'missing link' if you haven't done it. It may be that the garmin firmware in your unit will still accept an 'unlock code' i.e. gmapprom.unl file with the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] generated code copied into it. With modern garmin units and later firmware in earlier ones there is additional protection termed [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] which doesn't allow unlock codes generated for maps with FID [JM calls it 'MapID'] of 2200 and over. From what you've said, maybe GMA has not been inflicted on your unit [yet].

    I haven't seen anyone else who has updated their radios needing this particular file....

    Maybe you need to use a locked map and matching .unl code to satisfy checks made by the unit before it will load the map.

    I'm thinking a locked map would do the trick and we unlock it using the method others have used for their cars but I can't seem to find a locked IMG

    BaseCamp actually doesn't generate the image, it invokes MapInstall to do that but it all happens rather seamlessly so it can seem to the average user that BC is doing the image generation. BaseCamp has very good on-board help and there's also a start-up video which is very good. Again, you may need to generate a locked image to make it work.

    MapInstall wouldn't do anything for me being I didn't have an actual garmin device to plug in....

    As to 'base IMG' are you referring to the basemap? Read Caty and my previous replies, you almost certainly do have one named gmapbmap.img still on your unit. Not causing your problem if missing anyway, quite certain of that.

    I'm pretty sure I've done past update without this file but my guess is that including it wouldn't hurt any

    I think you should just try again with a locked gmapprom.img and a JM generated gmapprom.unl file. If no workee then give us that link.
    I think this is exactly the problem! For us without an actual garmin device it seems getting a locked gmapprom.img file seems impossible!
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    @saltybob & konchuz

    The instructions in the Charger forum are quite detailed and are basically in accord with what i suggested earlier in that you need a locked img and a JetMouse generated unlock code to match. I'll reproduce the post by "RScottyL" below, full credit to him and "tanbam" from the Charger forum for it. I've substituted links to our threads for GMapTool, Jetmouse and the JCV file but you should note that there's no need to use GmapTool to find the map FID, it's 3558 as stated by kenta2 in the first post of 2015.30 map thread here. There are no locked images available in the thread. If you can be patient for a little longer, i'll upload an original locked gmapprom.img for all NA from a US purchased device, but it'll take a little while because i'm out in the bush a bit here and have cr@ppy ADSL so stand by for that. You really shouldn't need to replace the basemap [gmapbmap.img] nor the Time Zone map [gmaptz.img] unless the latter is not V15 on your unit, won't hurt to overwrite both of those regardless although it'll increase the loading time unnecessarily.

    Please post to let us know if this works. I'll PM you two blokes when i finally get the locked detail map upped and links posted in the NA 2015.30 map thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by RScottyL
    NOTE: I wanted to thank user "tanbam" for these instructions, and for his permission to use them to start this thread!

    This map updating process is for the CTP11 & CTP12 radios which are on the 2011 2012 Charger. If you have a 2013 2014 Charger, the files needed are different and instructions can be found here:

    [code]http://www.chargerforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=236649[code]

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    Getting Started - What you will need:

    (1) Compatible Garmin Nuvi which has 3D maps and junction views.
    (2) Compatible USB flash drive at least 8GB in size

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------

    Step 1: Getting update files from the Nuvi

    Begin by plugging your Nuvi into the computer and running GARMIN Express. The program will let you update your Nuvi software and will install the latest map update. This will take some time, so just let it do its thing.

    After the Nuvi has been updated and has the latest maps, you must enable the Mass Storage feature so that you can browse the files using your computer's file explorer. After this is done, your Nuvi will show up in your computer like a normal USB flash drive. This only needs to be done once.

    To enable Mass Storage in the Nuvi:
    1) Disconnect the Nuvi from the computer.
    2) From the main, "Where To?" screen, tap the "Volume" button.
    3) Tap and hold the upper-right corner for about 10 seconds to enter the Diagnostics Page.
    4) Scroll down and tap "MTP Settings".
    5) Select "Mass Storage" and tap the "Save" button.
    5) Tap the back arrow button twice to go back to the main screen.

    After Mass Storage is enabled, plug the Nuvi back into the computer. To copy the update files to a USB stick:

    1) Ensure that the computer is set to "Show hidden files, folders, and drives", and that "Hide extensions for known file types" & "Hide protected operating system files" are both unchecked. This will allow you to easily find the Nuvi files and avoid confusion.

    2) Plug a blank USB stick into your computer and create a folder named "Garmin". All of the update files will go into this folder, regardless of where they came from in the Nuvi. Inside the Garmin folder, create two more folders named "ASR" and "JCV".

    3) Open the Nuvi 'drive' and browse to the ".System" folder which should be visible at the top of the list. If you don't see it, go back and double-check that step 1) was completed properly.

    4) Copy ONLY the following three files from the ".System" folder in the Nuvi into the "Garmin" folder in the USB stick:

    gmapprom.img
    gmaptz.img
    gmapbmap.img

    5) Browse to the ".System\ASR" folder in the Nuvi and copy ONLY the following four files into the "Garmin\ASR" folder on the USB stick:

    05CA6QRK.SRX
    05CA6QRL.ASR
    05CA6QRM.ASR
    05CA6QRN.ASR
    *Note that these file names are ONLY for 2015.30 map.

    6) Go to [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and download the JCV file and copy ONLY the following file into the "Garmin\JCV" folder on the USB stick:

    D3191150A.JCV
    *Note that this file name is ONLY for the 2015.30 map.

    When you are finished, the folder/file structure on the USB stick should look like this:

    └───Garmin
    . │ gmapprom.img
    . │ gmaptz.img
    . │ gmapbmap.img
    . │
    . ├───ASR
    . │ 05CA6QRK.SRX
    . │ 05CA6QRL.ASR
    . │ 05CA6QRM.ASR
    . │ 05CA6QRN.ASR
    . │
    . ├───JCV
    . │ D3191150A.JCV

    Some folks may notice that this does not include the full set of update files that come with a Nuvi update, however, these are the only files that are required for the CTP11/12 system. The other files will just be taking up unnecessary space.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------

    Step 2: Generating your unlock code

    There are two programs that you will need to generate the unlock code for your map/car combination. You will need to generate a new code for each new map.

    The first program is called GMapTool, and it is used to identify the FID number for each new map.

    GMapTool can be downloaded from here:

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    To use this program, install it to your computer. After it is installed, open it and you will be presented with a window.

    1) Drag-and-drop gmapprom.img from the USB stick into the blank area under "File Name"
    2) Click the "Info" button.
    3) Record the FID number.

    After you have the FID number, you need to get the 10-digit Device (UNIT) ID number from your radio. You can either find it in the settings menus, or you can wait until the radio prompts you during the install process. It's easier to get it beforehand, though. It will be on a screen that looks similar to this:

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Now that you have your Device ID number from your car and the FID number for the map, it's time to generate your 25-digit unlock code. To do this, you need Jetmouse for PC available here:

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    After you get the program, open it on your computer.

    1) Enter your 10-digit Device (UNIT) ID code in the "Enter your Unit ID here:" box.
    2) In the "Select Map Product:" section, scroll to the bottom and choose "<custom mapset>'
    3) In the new window, enter the four-digit FID number in the "FID (or MapID):" box and click "OK".
    4) Click the "Generate" button in the bottom left corner.
    5) Copy the map unlock code (or take a picture of it!)

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    Step 3: Updating the maps in the car

    The update package is ready to go into the car. I don't have access to a CTP11/CTP12 right now, so I'm going to try to go from memory...

    1) Toggle the Start button to the ACC or RUN positions. The car engine needs not be running, but be aware that the car will turn itself off in the ACC or RUN positions after a period of time. It is critical that you don't allow the car to turn off after the update process begins. Either babysit it by periodically cycling the Start button to reset the timer (make sure the doors are closed when doing this) or just go for a drive while the map is being updated. The update can take more than an hour, so plan accordingly.

    2) Go to the navigation screen and plug the update USB stick into the USB jack in the center console. The radio will recognize that an update disk has been inserted, and will begin validating the files on the USB stick. This may take some time.

    When the validation process passes, a window will pop up and will ask you if you want to update to the newer map. Proceed through the onscreen prompts, including entering in the 25-digit unlock code that you generated earlier.

    3) After this, the radio will reboot and begin copying the new files into the system. This will take a long time, so just let it finish.

    Occasionally, the radio may lock up at the reboot stage. If it doesn't reboot after a minute or so, you must pull the radio fuse in the trunk. I have no idea why this happens, but nothing bad happens to the radio and you can simply repeat from step 1 again after plugging the fuse back in.

    4) After the install process has reached 100%, the radio will again reboot. It may either tell you that the map update was successful or not, but if it got all the way to the end, the update was successful regardless of what it says.

    5) Go into your settings and verify that the maps were updated to the latest version.

    6) Enjoy!
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