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    Quote Originally Posted by smokefree View Post
    If catymag's suggestion in post #6 does not provide your unit with Hebrew, then see if clearing the non-volatile memory (commonly also referred to as NV or nonvol) helps. Step by step instructions here: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    TNX smokefree,
    I tested clearing Nonvol and I could select Israel language, text, keyboard with success
    However, although everything is displayed in Hebrew, when I enter a search for an address with the Hebrew keyboard, the search not match the city, the street name neither. I MUST use an occidental (English, French) keyboard and write the city and street names in latin.
    So I don't know what goes wrong
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Some devices are compatible with Hebrew locale some are not. If nuvi is not compatible you cant have those files.
    Keyboard is not enough, you need voice for guidance and text for menus.

    I cant find anymore Israel map page on Garmin site (weird)
    By clearing Nonvol, I could get the Hebrew keyboard as well as Hebrew text for menu. I do not need hebrew voice for guidance.
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    When Hebrew keyboard and text menu selected and I made a Search, it return NO MATCH.
    T make a search, I must use a Latin characters.
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    Its nüMaps Onetime page, not the same.
    This product can only be used to update the preloaded maps that came on your device
    Probably localized nuvis only.
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    So, no solutions?
    what a pity

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    Maybe it needs NTU map for address in Hebrew.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Probably localized nuvis only.
    Caty, I wrote about it maybe in theme about Unicode map. Only changing of locale gives a possibility to use some language for searching on map.

    coukou, try to make reset of user data and choose Herbew as initial locale! Maybe it is possible from service menu directly for this device...

    P.S. Caty, 006-D4511-07.bin and 006-D4511-08.bin are for Herbew font on map. You can see info in file after performing a XOR x76 in HEX editor...
    Last edited by Giomen; 18th March 2014 at 00:21.
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    Hello my friends,
    Sorry for the delay, it's for a good cause... see here bellow image
    After many tests here my conclusion:
    The NT Israel 2015.10 with CP 1252 is wrong. When it used in Hebrew text, roads and names are displayed as weird characters
    However, the NT Israel 2015.10 displays roads and names in English and Hebrew



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    Last edited by coukou; 18th March 2014 at 15:08.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coukou View Post
    The NT Israel 2015.10 with CP 1252 is wrong. When it used in Hebrew text, roads and names are displayed as weird characters
    Probably you haven't read my post n9
    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    CP !252 map displays in English only and it's for is for Latin letters only and can work in units not listed as compatible by the original version for example Garmin Mobile PC and Garmin Mobile XT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Probably you haven't read my post n9
    Oooppss
    Thank you anyway

 

 
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