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    Garmin City Navigator 2010.40 Singapore/Malaysia Direct links


    MAP ID : 2368

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    Nuvi 3000 series (JCV is 500mb)

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    Nuvi 255W (No 3D) JCV is ~166mb

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    1460,1350,765 Series JCV ~217mb

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    hi catymag..
    what is the differences beetween city navigator singapore malaysia 2010.40 with the previous one 2010.30 is there any big differences or just a minor?
    Please info as i would not upgrade to the newer one if the upgrade is just minor

    Thanks

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    CatyMag, you're good. how you managed to get the direct link, any software ? i tried multiple combination, as the previous version, they use Type A, etc so i tried multiple combination cannot get, good to have a direct link always :-) Thank !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by plyy View Post
    PID 1, FID 2368, City Navigator Singapore/Malaysia NT 2010.40 NAVTEQ

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    Sorry for asking this stupid question..I am having 265WT and trying to use the CN 2010.40 as above..I noticed that there are 3 different sizes of JCV so I am confused which one I should use..I am currently having JCV on my device.

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    Low resolution JCV maybe suit for half screen JCV display unit.(Because you may not detect the different)
    But for full screen JCV display , high resolution is better.
    However you can download all of them and test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmbk View Post
    CatyMag, you're good. how you managed to get the direct link, any software ? i tried multiple combination, as the previous version, they use Type A, etc so i tried multiple combination cannot get, good to have a direct link always :-) Thank !!!!
    I just got them from another forum

    Quote Originally Posted by Tri Adiwijaya View Post
    hi catymag..
    what is the differences beetween city navigator singapore malaysia 2010.40 with the previous one 2010.30 is there any big differences or just a minor?
    Please info as i would not upgrade to the newer one if the upgrade is just minor

    Thanks
    sorry no changelog available
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    Nuvi1250/Nuvi 34xx/Nuvi 2200/Nuvi 66/Oregon 600/Galaxy S5 MM 6.0.1/TomTom GO/iGO Nextgen Avic,Basar,Isr.Gift/Navigon
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    For me :: I always love a newer map. for more data,

    IMG :: 2010.30 = 36.8 MB (38,588,416 bytes)
    2010.40 = 65.9 MB (69,177,344 bytes)

    JCV for 37xx series.
    2010.30 = 438 MB (460,040,536 bytes)
    2010.40 = 529 MB (555,150,971 bytes)

    I believe it's not a minor change.
    Last edited by aekhong; 17th January 2011 at 14:36.

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    on this map i detect lot of poi in my place is missing like some school, clinic and shop. it show in old version 2010.30.

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    Hi rohiza ,
    It happen in TSM for Thailand too but I think the overall is better.

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    Hi all,

    I have a localized 255W which supports JCV. Just would like to know which JCV has more information. I've downloaded both the 217mb and 164mb. Although thread mention 255W should use 164mb, I've put the 217mb inside my 255W and it works.
    Just wondering if any members know what's the difference, since both files are relatively small. Would prefer the one with most information JCV. Tq

 

 
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