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    help NULINK 2320 safety camera problem

    Hi all..
    Hope you can help. My friend mike asked me if I could put Cyclops/Garmin safety cameras on his Nulink 2320. Not a problem I thought as have done loads of different garmins over the years.
    I am baffled with this 2320. I have tried unlocked version, I have tried original version using Mousejet to create a unl file but I just cannot get them to work. I have put a POI folder inside the garmin folder etc but still no luck.....

    Any pointers greatly appreciated

    Rob

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    New original Cyclops have FID greater than 2200 ,so cant work with .unl created with Jetmouse on new Nuvis.
    Unlocked version(without .unl,delete old ones) should work fine.
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    Catymag many thanks... I will give this a try now.
    I have been going round in circles with it this afternoon.
    I will let you know how I get on.

    Rob

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    My friend had Nulink 2390, but Cyclops/Garmin safety cameras was updating through an online Nulink service only. May be as in the case of traffic it is available a online service only?
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    Hi Giomen
    I think you may be right... I have done as Catymag suggested but still no good.

    It did have a paid service on it originally and the Garmin cameras were done through the Nulink service live.

    Thanks for the input.

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    Just for the record, this doesn't apply to all nuLink models. nuLink 1690 will accept and display both Cyclops and Custom Redlight/Speedcam POIs, but sadly won't show traffic with a TMC receiver. I suppose perhaps the related 1695 5" model also will process Cyclops and Custom Redlight/Speedcam *.gpi files.

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