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    Thai GTM35 is locked (For Thai FMTraffic) ., converted firmware won't work !!

    Just try for Sg/My , I will wait for your result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robinang View Post
    Hi.... i think there must be some sort of special combination for the traffic to to work...
    I bought a GTM25 and 1350 from US.... flashed it to local firmware JV and LA all works fine just that the GTM25 do not pick up any FM channel...
    this is very puzzling....unless they really go and register the GTM25 for sg usage only ....i given up hope on making them work already...hahaha
    What I did was to flash the chinese firmware splash screen and the local traffic worked.

    BTW - what is your PCB version - is it S3 KP1 or W KP1?

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    hi bearcat can povide mi w more details on hw to enable the loxal traffic?? i hv a us 1350 converted to sg my fw too w wrking jv n la .... thanks thanks..... :p

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    I used the chinese logo.bin extracted from the Chinese software.

    I also changed the Traffic.xml file to include the singapore traffic details.

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    Bro...chk your PM....and also possible to let me know your gps version and snippet of the traffic.xml file code for singapore?
    Your GTM25 also not bought from local right?

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    Ok i got it working....haha thanks to bearcat for the hint...:D
    I was using the wrong trafficprovider.xml all along....now i can see the traffic information when i view map...

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    Could you share what was changed in the TrafficProvider.xml that others can also have this?
    Or is this just the changing which are incl. already TrafficProvider.xml v2.70?

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    I used the trafficprovider.xml from the singapore firmware in 2.80, looks like there is some differences........
    Have attached it here....

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    Yeap, this is the latest trafficprovider.xml v2.70

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    I just bought a 1350 and 1490. For both I copied the traffic.xml file from a local set and traffic now works with the GTM25 without firmware customisation.

 

 
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