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    Please re-upload if Map Europe 2016 - A20 (522) !

    Hi all,
    I need to reupload European Map 2016 version for Garmin A20 (522). Maps+CID+Label.
    It's posible to upload mega.nz (about 50 Gb free !) ?
    Thanks in advance.
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    Sorry for offtopic, it's not a Garmin Map pilot project but I'm writing this here because it's also related to changing CID as I’m working on another similar project..

    so...I'm trying to change CID:
    Writing new CID: 5d53424c32424d31013917ca53010400
    Success! Remove and reinsert SD card to check new CID.

    but when I unmount and mount SD card again to check new CID, last 3 numbers aren't the same:

    /usr/local/src/evoplus_cid/jni# sudo cat /sys/block/mmcblk0/device/cid
    5d53424c32424d31013917ca53010459

    OS: Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS (32 bit)

    I'm using "famous" Evoplus 32 GB SD card. Any clues?

    thanks for any feedback!

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    Did you read the CID from the original SD with (sudo cat /sys/block/mmcblk0/device/cid) or did you read from a file at the SD?

    On the xml file the termination of my CID is ...161 but from the command (sudo cat /sys/block/mmcblk0/device/cid) the CID was ...1e7

    And when i write the CID with ...161 the CID became ...1e7
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    I did not read CID from the original. I get that info along with the files which must go on an SD. It's not a secret, the topic is here, but the links for the files are dead also not much discussion, so that's why I asked here.

    Here is the original topic: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    CID is in the readme file which came with the package:

    Spoiler:
    1. Link to download the content of the East Europe V8 maps for RNS315.
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    OR [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    2.You need a Linux (Ubuntu) PC with integrated SD card reader. Linux 64bit
    3.Only works with Samsung EVO+ SD (Red one)

    Steps:
    Extract the content and copy on the SD, top folder is navpsf_update
    Look under /dev to see which SD is yours, in my case it is mmcblk0

    Change the CID with the attached tool
    sudo ./mmc prog_cid /dev/mmcblk0 5d53424c32424d31013917ca53010400
    remove the card and reinsert it

    Now lock the card by password, it's not possible to unlock it with normal MMC
    driver, you need a patched version of kernel to be able to unlock it. Password
    you know from command below.
    sudo ./mmc lock_sd /dev/mmcblk0 C99A20843ED7D90B6801E49F2BC80277

    Enjoy your new maps!


    This procedure works as stated from users on a different forum! Today I will try with another laptop with Ubuntu 64bit..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sugarfoot View Post
    .......
    2.You need a Linux (Ubuntu) PC with integrated SD card reader. Linux 64bit
    3.Only works with Samsung EVO+ SD (Red one) .......
    2.You need a Linux (Ubuntu) PC or laptop with SD card reader only on the PCI bus.
    Not working with SD card reader on the USB bus.

    3.Only works with Samsung EVO+ SD (Red one) 32GB and 64GB.

    32GB Item model number:
    MB-SC32D/EU
    MB-MC32DA/EU

    64GB Item model number:
    MB-SC64D/EU
    MB-MC64DA/EU
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    Thanks for the input ORAK. I have the "right one" and all necessary hw to finish tje job. Now I have just tested with Ubuntu 16.04 (x64) and now changing CID works perfectly. I have use this video: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    but now I'm struggling with the final step - to lock the SD with the password using this steps:

    4- Copy local mmc_tools (I have mmc_tools folder with 2 files inside but I'm not exactly sure where to copy it)
    9-Comand terminal: "sudo ./mmc lock_sd /dev/mmcblk0 C99A20843ED7D90B6801E49F2BC80277"

    I copied the mmc_tools folder on desktop and open an terminal inside that folder..but when I'm trying to execute the command:

    sudo ./mmc lock_sd /dev/mmcblk0 C99A20843ED7D90B6801E49F2BC80277

    it results with " sudo: ./mmc: command not found"

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    Possibly you are not in the right folder, what you see end place the command ll on the terminal ?

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    this is what I see:

    hp@hp:~/Desktop/mmc_tools$ sudo -s
    [sudo] password for hp:
    root@hp:~/Desktop/mmc_tools# ll
    total 600
    drwxr-xr-x 2 hp hp 4096 Oct 4 15:28 ./
    drwxr-xr-x 3 hp hp 4096 Oct 5 20:57 ../
    -rw-r--r-- 1 hp hp 854 Sep 10 00:01 how_to_RNS315.txt
    -rw-r--r-- 1 hp hp 357679 Sep 9 23:46 mmc
    -rw-r--r-- 1 hp hp 240248 Sep 16 13:01 mmc32

    than I execute command:

    root@hp:~/Desktop/mmc_tools# sudo ./mmc lock_sd /dev/mmcblk0 C99A20843ED7D90B6801E49F2BC80277
    sudo: ./mmc: command not found
    root@hp:~/Desktop/mmc_tools#

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    Why you need to lock the card ??

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    It has to be done for VW RNS315 SD card! Check tutorial in post #434

    sorry again for the confusion for mixing RNS 315 in the Garmin Map Pilot topic..

 

 
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