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    Blaze1234, I saw that you had problems sending birdseye images from Basemap to you Oregon, because you have no subscription. I have the same problem, Oregon 450 with fw 4.37 patched, Basecamp 3.1.2 patched, can get the images on my PC inside Basecamp but can't send them any way to the memory of the GPS or the Micro SD card.

    I always get the message that only "demos" can be sent because I have no subscription...

    How do you manage this problem? Is there any solution?

    Thanks in advance for your reply,

    Deltafox

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    To see and control JNX in Basecamp you need to activate any subscribtion. No variant!

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    Firmwares patcher by Whiter
    It disables most of the checks made by the JNX loader in the device (i.e. remove the limits for only one demo map and area of demo maps, and disable validation of the device ID, CRC and signature itself for the non-demo maps).

    read about it here
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    You have to navigate to get to the good.
    Nuvi1250/Nuvi 34xx/Nuvi 2200/Nuvi 66/Oregon 600/Galaxy S5 MM 6.0.1/TomTom GO/iGO Nextgen Avic,Basar,Isr.Gift/Navigon
    Please don't flood my pm box with questions you can post on forum!! You won't hear back from me.

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    the function of birdeye satellite imagery is very usefully if we could translate google satellite or millitary map into .jnx format. is there any one has great development?

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    Mobac is better

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    There is a bug at the Garmin BirdsEye server. When you try to download a BirdsEye imagery with a PC Win 7, it won't work, saying, there is an "error at BirsdEye server, try again later", but exactly at the same time the server works with a PC OS Win XP. Any ideas about that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterPerth View Post
    There is a bug at the Garmin BirdsEye server. When you try to download a BirdsEye imagery with a PC Win 7, it won't work, saying, there is an "error at BirsdEye server...
    This has fixed in version BaseCamp 402.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E_I View Post
    This has fixed in version BaseCamp 402.
    I have the 4.0.1 BC, it does still not work with with it. In Garmin Forum recently it says about 402:" There is an issue with the 4.0.2 installer. Please do not update at this time!" . And a link is given also for the BC 402, an exe file. From BC401 itself, it says: "No software update available!".
    Do I have to uninstall first the BC401, when I would install the downloaded BC402 exe file?
    P.S.: as another lost her maps by installing BC 402, I am not that keen do install the 402 for the time being, is not stable enough by now.
    P.P.S: so the bloody BirdEye issue can wait, not that optimal anyway, takes too long time to download, and the maps are NOT updated, in some areas they they show differences from GoogleEarth maps.
    Last edited by PeterPerth; 30th September 2012 at 07:15. Reason: P.P.S adding
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterPerth View Post
    ...Do I have to uninstall first the BC401, when I would install the downloaded BC402 exe file?...
    No.
    Copy the following files from BaseCamp_402.exe with Universal_Extractor ([Only registered and activated users can see links. ]). Or wait until the fix.
    cs\
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    th\
    BaseCamp.exe
    exiv2.dll
    Google.GData.Client.dll
    Google.GData.Extensions.dll
    Google.GData.Photos.dll
    ogckml.dll
    XercesLib.dll
    zlibwapi.dll

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    Quote Originally Posted by E_I View Post
    No.
    Copy the following files from BaseCamp_402.exe with Universal_Extractor ([Only registered and activated users can see links. ]). Or wait until the fix.
    No such files at my BC exe by extracting with UniversalExtractor ..! (besides cs\..th\), but instead lots of "BootstrapperDEU.dll", etc.
    P.S.: Rather waiting for Godot for fixing...
    Last edited by PeterPerth; 30th September 2012 at 14:48.
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