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    Default Garmin nuvi 200W HID827 is any Lane Assistant ??

    Hi i found thread with firmware for my nuvi 200W from nuvi 465
    the Lane Assistant is small in left cornes is any other firmware with Lane Assistant on full screen ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackangel82 View Post
    Hi i found thread with firmware for my nuvi 200W from nuvi 465
    the Lane Assistant is small in left cornes is any other firmware with Lane Assistant on full screen ?

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    Lane assist IS he small block in the upper left hand corner.

    Junction View (.JCV file required) is the feature with the photo like pictures of major interchanges that fill either full screen or split screen, depending on what the firmware supports.

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    where i can find this file JCV ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackangel82 View Post
    where i can find this file JCV ?
    A JCV file is matched with a specific map release and version and are not interchangeable.

    Go to the thread where you downloaded the maps you are using and the file will be listed.

    It sounds like you want the FULL SCREEN version. There are several versions with different resolutions.

    EDIT: simply getting the file does not mean it will work in your device with the firmware you have.
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    IMHO HWID 827 is 2x5W
    That thread is to flash 2x5W to nuvi 465 , but there is a warning you should read before bricking your Nuvi.
    JCV files are provided with maps, every map has its own JCV, you can find JCV files in maps threads.
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    sorry for this link i ready found JCV files.
    i update from 200W to 255W after to 465 and finally to 2W

    anyway which one is better and more stable mod ?

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    I didn't know that it was released in UK/EU, but in the US during 2009 for a short time Garmin sold a 'version' of the 200W which had the external appearance of a regular 200W and the innards and fw of the non-mtk 2x5W with hwid 0827. Go figure why the heck they did that. It rates almost as high on the stupidity list as when they released the "nuvi 295W" [which isn't even remotely a 2x5W series device at all].
    So if blackangel82 has a 200W with HWID 0872, that's what he's got: the 're-released' 2009 model.

    In my opinion Caty is correct, and you need to take care with flashing to 465. I've done it without problems with 0872 255W & 265W using only pouchx's modded fw. I don't think it's posted anywhere on Noeman, and maybe that was the thread you had linked. If not, search for it.

    US/EU 2xxW or 465 devices cannot use JCV. Maybe flashing to SG/MY will do that. Another big risk of bricking if you have the wrong version of PCB though. I wouldn't bother with it because of TTS problems anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post

    In my opinion Caty is correct, and you need to take care with flashing to 465. I've done it without problems with 0872 255W & 265W using only pouchx's modded fw. I don't think it's posted anywhere on Noeman, and maybe that was the thread you had linked. If not, search for it.
    It's posted here:
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    The problem is many users reported bricked devices and we have a couple of example in the above "Warning" thread linked
    Like I originally said, 3.6 worked fine.... for about 2 months... but now its dead........
    Have a spare 255w lying around hwid827. Was playing round and updated to 456w firmware 3.1.......
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    Yes, that's the link to the garniak tut in that thread. I meant that a direct link for the actual Pouchx fw was not posted on Noeman, but i was wrong 'cos Loly posted it here and the link still works: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. For any conversion of 2x5W 0872 to 465, flash with that fw then update normally with WebUpdater and you should have no problems. Otherwise, flash with hybrid fw using original 0872 boot.bin and fw_all.bin from 465 with overrides to 0872, and again no problems.
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    With this pack you will not brick your device.
    This is tested and working pack with tutorial inside.

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