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    Question Garmin Nuvi 200w TTS Hack help needed

    I found out that it is possible to add a TTS Hack (text to speech/spoken street names) to Garmin Nuvi 200w. but all the instructions i see on the web are really confusing.

    does anyone here know how i can hack my nuvi 200w to add TTS to it?

    thank you


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    can anyone please help ???

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    I heard about 205W not for 200W
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    do you think this will work on 200w or will I brick my unit?

    if you think its not going to work, i will just go and buy a new GPS. thanks

 

 

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