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    Default 2595LMT to any ZUMO model?

    Hi all,
    This is my first post,

    Because I'm always running with my motorbike, Dont know if it's possible, but I want to know if I can change the firmware on my Nuvi 2595 LMT for some Zumo firmware models (ex. 660 ?).

    Thanks for your help

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    Hi guys,
    Any idea to know if is possible ?
    Hope have an answer
    Thanks again

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    Not possible by firmware cross-flashing, at least without very heavy under-the-hood firmware manipulation and even then probably not feasible either. The key to being able to flash one unit's fw to another related unit using either complete [original] or hybrid flash is in the donor and receiving units having the same PCB P/Ns: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
    nuvi 2595 has PCB P/Ns of 105-01925-00, 105-01925-02, 105-01926-00, 105-01926-02, 105-01926-10, 105-01916-00 & 105-02067-00 whereas zumo 660 has 105-01452-00, 105-01452-01 & 105-01452-02 and zumo 665 has 105-01452-01 & 105-01452-02. No matches sorry.

    I think from memory the only other device with hardware related to 25x5 is nuvi 150.
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