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    Frankly, I have no idea. Same with Hongkong Map, the JCV is also only available in chinese for the english version

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    Quote Originally Posted by amor4ti View Post
    Thanks Tom1807 for your comment.

    They have English version of the map, but junction views (which are important as well) are in Thai !! Well that's smart !!!

    Then why there is English JCV & Thai JCV in the 1st page of this thread !!
    Eng JCV mean --> this .jcv file can only used with TSM10.1 Eng version , not mean it is in eng language.
    Also Thai jcv with TSM10.1 Thai version only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amor4ti View Post
    Hello,

    I'm successfully using the v10.1 EN version with JCV downloaded from here, however the JCV shows Thai signs instead of English !! Any clue ?
    May be someone could post the right one or advise...
    P.S.: I'm using US Nuvi 765T (flashed).
    ESRI Thailand will not sell the JCV file to someone who did not buy the GPS device from them.
    They just sell Eng map version only (Never include jcv file), and that is the reason why the jcv file for Eng Version map is not in Eng language.

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    I'm willing to buy the Eng map with Eng JCV (if reasonably priced). I guess this is fair enough for non-Thai devices owners & ESRI Thailand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amor4ti View Post
    I'm willing to buy the Eng map with Eng JCV (if reasonably priced). I guess this is fair enough for non-Thai devices owners & ESRI Thailand.
    ESRI will never sell Eng JCV, they just sell Eng map only.
    Eng JCV & Eng map is complimentary item for Thai unit (Whenever map update--> ESRI provide both Thai&Eng map to their customers.)

    I used to ask for new map(TSM 10.1) from ESRI , They asked me what my unit is.
    When they knew I am not their customer , they said I can buy TSM V9....Only TSM Version 9.0 not 10.1 or 10.

    So if you want to buy official map , you should try to buy it from the dealer.
    You can search from google. :-))
    Last edited by aekhong; 11th May 2010 at 04:29.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amor4ti View Post
    I'm willing to buy the Eng map with Eng JCV (if reasonably priced). I guess this is fair enough for non-Thai devices owners & ESRI Thailand.
    The jcv is bundled with the Thai firmware updates, and only works on Thai OS (firmware). With each mapupdate a firmware update is provided wich includes the jcv for the respective map. And, as in real life nearly all signs are in Thai anyway, the language of the jcv does not really matter. So, if you have a unit with non-Thai OS/firmware, you can only use the maps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gugging View Post
    The jcv is bundled with the Thai firmware updates, and only works on Thai OS (firmware). With each mapupdate a firmware update is provided wich includes the jcv for the respective map. And, as in real life nearly all signs are in Thai anyway, the language of the jcv does not really matter. So, if you have a unit with non-Thai OS/firmware, you can only use the maps...
    Except Garminasus M10. :-))

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    Garminasus M10 sold by GarminAsus , not ESRI .
    Last edited by aekhong; 11th May 2010 at 07:31.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aekhong View Post
    Except Garminasus M10. :-))

    q1hdd
    Garminasus M10 sold by GarminAsus , not ESRI .
    Nearly true you can also use a 765t from Malaysia the JCV's work just fine thanks
    Happy it sunny Thailand

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    do you have menu thai garmin asus m10 ?

    excuse me , can you upload please .....................please....

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    I have spent most of the day searching the internet trying to find a download for Thai OS and Current Firmware 3.90. Is the OS and firmware the same thing? I am only looking for one product? If the firmware included with TSM 10.1 with JCV? Would the Thai keyboard be included with the firmware. I have a 205w purchased in the US.

    Does SG/MAL firmware allow you to use all of the features of TSM 10.1? Can I use it as a replacement for Thai firmware?

 

 
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