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    Default Add speed cameras gpi to DashCamp 20

    Hello,

    Is there a way a gpi speed camera file to be added to DashCam 20?

    Hint: DashCam 20 supports update of the p reloaded Cyclops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddabcd277 View Post
    Hello,

    Is there a way a gpi speed camera file to be added to DashCam 20?

    Hint: DashCam 20 supports update of the p reloaded Cyclops.
    The Navicom way is here:

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    Read info about safetycam.dat

    Or other source:

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    If you need in some old versions of this file I can upload it...

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    Cool! Always lerning something new. Thanks Gio. Will test will it work on dashcam 20 in the following week by uploading a simmilar file.

    P.P: Ok, I opened the file and inside is this string for example:
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    Any ideas how to deciper it and create my own file? The first two seems to be some coordinates (somewhere near Moscow), but whare 60,230,25,107?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddabcd277 View Post
    Cool! Always lerning something new. Thanks Gio. Will test will it work on dashcam 20 in the following week by uploading a simmilar file.

    P.P: Ok, I opened the file and inside is this string for example:
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    Any ideas how to deciper it and create my own file? The first two seems to be some coordinates (somewhere near Moscow), but whare 60,230,25,107?
    You are lazier than I am!!!

    Somewhere near Moscow is 4202 (four thousands two hundreds and two) km of Krasnoyarsk schosse!!! I do not understand why all big Russia is associated with small region that is named Moscow?!

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    It is MapSource data if you could add coordinates from your example string.

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    So 56.009982,92.961205,60,230,25,107 is location of camera, speed, distance and 25,107 (this pair is the same or sometime it is 25,108 - open for research). In quotes we have got sequence of point and number of this point is equal to distance.

    In end of files:
    date - 3230313430373135303030303030 (20140715000000)
    part-number - 303036424130313230334632 (006BA01203F2)
    and 4 numeric which is differ from one release to another at the end of file - it is usual checksum (16bit) for block from beginning to symbol before last 4 symbols.
    Last edited by Giomen; 7th September 2014 at 01:44. Reason: Add checksum location
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    No. Unfortunately, this one is not working on the DashCam 20. Or I can't do it. "No update file found." massage is displayed. Can't make it working. Interestingly I found such strings in the FW of DC20 including strings like GDRsafetycam.dat and NAVICOM_SAFETYCAM.dat, and also some related to GPI - "Garmin/GPI_module/gpi_file.c".

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddabcd277 View Post
    and also some related to GPI - "Garmin/GPI_module/gpi_file.c".
    It is what is needed. But it is Garmin program file that is stored on workstation in Garmin office.
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    Ufff, things are really simple - Garmin/POI/*.gpi

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddabcd277 View Post
    Ufff, things are really simple - Garmin/POI/*.gpi
    Why is it extension of gpi???
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    CZ database of cameras and radars (its not from Garmin)

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