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    WOW!, Yep, I had no idea. I guess when I was looking for an apk to download a post suggested that there was a newer version that should be used for later android versions so I ignored 2.16. It's too bad they didn't do the same for the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

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  3. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by moddie View Post
    I tried patching 0x2710 on my 2x5W and it did NOT keep the WARNING screen from appearing but it just made it go away in about a second.

    I was able to port your patches to Android Street Pilot app without much difficulty but I'm finding it all but impossible to port to the nuvi 27x7/27x8.

    I understand that using an uninitialized object is bad. However, after lots of time looking over the disassembly, I'm just not seeing how to recognize a constructor of a class.
    Porting my patches to Android is trivial, you just find GUI::PageStartupWarning::getWarningTimeout and patch it
    As I said, porting this to other nuvis is not easy, as the overall GUI architecture style could be very different. For example, some nuvis use boost signals, some not.
    Also nuviCam has a very complicated getWarningTimeout. I guess they have implemented some storage engine for such firmware settings.
    Also it should be possible to set the warning timeout via UpdateDeviceConfig.xml, but on my nuviCam there are additional conditions that have to be satisfied and I didn't have time to fix them all.


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