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    I'm using 255 SG/MY 2.7

    cannot use Thai jcv
    I change gmappromTH110.img to Gmapsupp.img
    do I need to change JCV110TH.JCV

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    no need , but had you check your map and jcv are from the same unit (there are several of JCV for this time)
    my unit did not have any problem.

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    How do I use the .img file in Mapsource?

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    This is Thai Keyboards, font and Thai menu for Nuvi 1490 US.

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    This is 1460 3.00TH Firmware for you.
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    thank you apiwatc

    why did you delete the 1st upload?

    both files are named 1490us keyboard(even the 1460 thai firmware)

    could you advise if loading 1460 thai firmware on 1490us unit would enable the jcv?

    regards

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    Sorry about the stupid question but how can I use the card? I copied all the files (gmap3d.img, gmapdem.img, gmapsupp.img, J014703.JCV) to the "Garmin" folder on my SD-card. But when I start garmin I say that the card is not unlocked. How can I unlock it? Thank you for your help.

    Cheers, Capron

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    Quote Originally Posted by capron View Post
    How can I unlock it? Thank you for your help.

    Cheers, Capron
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    Wannaboon
    I deleted the first file because an error in compress file and there's something I'm not sure they are correct. So I would like to upload file to a new method which will enable the jcv.

    Thanks Toboccc's tools,
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    to apiwatc

    i have the 1490us version.

    did you make the 1490 thai firmware from 1460 version 3 fw?

    if so, is it then sufficient for me to rename the 1490 gcd file to gupdate.gcd to enable jcv? or do i still have to do something with the 1460 fw?

    thanks

 

 
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