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    Update:
    Installed the CN Navigator Europe NTU 2013.30
    Installed the ASR files (046URCWx.asr)
    Installed the Keyboards for Italian, French and Spanish
    Installed the voices
    Installed the text files (.glx)
    Still...
    No matter to which European Language I switch, the ASR button has no result.
    Changed the locales.xml (v4.10)
    Also no change
    Odd is when I select in German Voice Command (Sprachbefehl) and Customize Phrase the Strength is always showing 0%, no matter which sentence i use.
    Out of ideas, I know it worked previously

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    Do you try reupdate map from Garmin.com?

    For Nuvi 34xx was service release (rev.B) of SRX file. May be for 046URCW0.SRX from this version there are new revision too?
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    I was running Webupdater, Garmin Express and MyDashboard, nothing was offered except Vehicles and voices which I haven't installed.

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    Tom, I've got hold of a 3790 AU (Same as US/EU) and voice command in German works fine. It doesn't much like my aussie accent, but Steffi does my bidding eventually.

    Maybe the problem is with it being TWN version, although that doesn't explain why it worked for you initially with the earlier fw andyet still wouldn't work again when you downgraded to v2.10. The fact that Garmin is no longer offering the Deutsch_srd file anymore could be an indication of some recent incompatibility of the german srd file with the TWN device or fw, maybe?

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    Honestly, I suspect this also that Garmin disabled this.
    They did a similar thing with the Nuvi765TWN, where suddenly European Voices were not working anymore.
    Had to patch the update file.
    (mmmhhhh, good idea, let me patch the latest update from Garmin, maybe it helps)
    When I bought the Nuvi, there was Firmware v2.00 installed. I just cannot remember whether I made the update with of the SRD files with v2 or a later firmware.
    But I am sure, that the German ASR worked with a later Firmware
    And yes, I haven't paid attention to this thread, sorry for that.
    Test will come

    Edit: Patched the firmware, the only thing offered was TTS English Indian Sangeeta (which sounds quite cute).
    Oh and ASR works with Indian, Australia, British and American English voice.
    Thinking about to convert the TW firmware to SG/MY and test again or check whether the Keyboard files are too old, but I don't get newer keyboard files
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    Quote Originally Posted by tom1807 View Post
    I was running Webupdater, Garmin Express and MyDashboard, nothing was offered except Vehicles and voices which I haven't installed.
    When I updated my device map once again MapUpdater said what is no update! Nevertheless when I was looking for unlock data in log I had noticed there was Rev.B for one of files. Usually bushwhacker position of Garmin...
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    I managed to get all the latest files from Garmin again, by editing the original Device.xml
    So acquired all the srd files, incl. German, Italian, and so on
    Also all Keyboard and text files.
    However, ASR button stays useless when I switch to an European Language, except British.
    I will talk with Garmin next week, however I expect the same feedback: "We talked with our engineers, that was never possible" (same I got when I asked a similar issue with the 765).
    Currently very reluctant to flash to an European model.
    Thanks for all your contribution, help and ideas

 

 
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