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    Question IMG file copied to Garmin folder but no maps on device?

    Catymag was good enough to provide an updated link to the Garmin GB Discoverer v3.00 - National Parks 1:25K and National Trails 1:25K Collection.

    I have downloaded the .rar file and extracted the .IMG file

    As in the tutorials I have read, I then copied the GB_BreconBeacons_PembrokeCoast.img into the Garmin folder of my Garmin Montana 650

    When I open Basecamp I can see in the internal storage of the device "Brecon Beacons and Pembroke Coast" (With a little square (map?) icon next to it.

    This can be selected and additional information is available "No Map Printing due to licensing restrictions".

    When I try to Set up maps on the device I cannot view the newly copied GB_BreconBeacons_PembrokeCoast.img

    I can however see the following which are all in the BirdsEye folder on the device;
    Enabled - Worldwode DEM basemap, NR
    Enabled - Digital Globe Demo.jnx
    Enabled Birdseye Select Kompass - Switzerland Briezner Rothorn.JNX
    Enabled Birdseye Select EIRE Carrauntoohil.JNX
    Enabled Birdseye Select FRANCE Mount Blanc.JNX
    Enabled Birdseye Select Kompass - Austria + Easlt Alps Zell Am See.JNX
    Enabled - USGS Quads Grand Canyon National Park.JNX
    Enabled Birdseye Select Great Britain My Collection.JNX

    Any ideas please?
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    Foolishly I had not :sorry. I have now download gimgunlock and dragged the .IMG file onto the .exe as I assumed I was meant to do and lo and behold! It worked. Incidentally, what does gimgxor.exe do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HerrDoktor View Post
    Foolishly I had not :sorry. I have now download gimgunlock and dragged the .IMG file onto the .exe as I assumed I was meant to do and lo and behold! It worked. Incidentally, what does gimgxor.exe do?
    Cheers
    remove xor from a xored map,that means, remove some kind of encryption from an .img
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    You have to navigate to get to the good.
    Nuvi1250/Nuvi 34xx/Nuvi 2200/Nuvi 66/Oregon 600/Galaxy S5 MM 6.0.1/TomTom GO/iGO Nextgen Avic,Basar,Isr.Gift/Navigon
    Please don't flood my pm box with questions you can post on forum!! You won't hear back from me.

 

 

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