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    Default gmap3d.img and nuvi 1490

    Just installed CNEU 2012_10 on my nuvi 1490 and played around a bit. Even though 3D buildings are not supported on the 1490, the building outlines will show up in 2D on the map if you do the following:
    - copy unlocked gmap3d.img into garmin folder on sd card or .system folder on unit
    - verify that gmap3d.img is recognized by the nuvi by checking the map/info page. It should be listed a a separate entry named CN Europe NT 2012.10 3D.
    - make sure the map is enabled (check box)
    - display map, go to center of any bigger city in Europe and zoom down to 50m
    - building outlines will be displayed in dark grey.

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    I have used Fast Image unlocker 2.1 on my gmap3d.img file and transferred it to the .system folder but it doesn't show up in the list of maps. I therefore suspect it isn't unlocked. Is there a recommended tool to unlock the img or is there a tool to obtain the ID information so I can generate a .unl file? Thanks

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    Answering my own post above - using the latest version of Alternative unlocker (v6.02) I managed to unlock the gmap3d.img file. Can confirm rob63's findings above on the 1490T too. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otango View Post
    I have used Fast Image unlocker 2.1 on my gmap3d.img file and transferred it to the .system folder but it doesn't show up in the list of maps. I therefore suspect it isn't unlocked. Is there a recommended tool to unlock the img or is there a tool to obtain the ID information so I can generate a .unl file? Thanks
    Fast img Unlocker unlocks it nicely- tested with every kind of .img
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    did anyone test Australia 3D building? I downloaded unlocked GMAP3D.img and following the steps, but it doesn't show up in the device map list. any solution for this? thanks

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    put gmap3d.img in folder Map on your SD.

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    I installed the nuvi 1490 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ], 3D objects does not work, copied the folder MAP together with a map. What's the problem?

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    @ [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Sorry,but with file gmap3d.img for your "objets 3D"?

    Function not supported from 1xxx series

    Bye,bye

 

 

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