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    Default CityXplorer Europe 2012.10 (all the CityXplorers in one file)

    CityXplorer Europe 2012.10 (all the CityXplorers in one file)



    With cityXplorer maps you can access all the information you need to get around the city you're visiting on foot or public transport .
    If you're visiting a new city on holiday or business, a cityXplorer map downloaded to your nüvi helps you get around just like a local. The enhanced pedestrian mode gives you walking directions, including footpaths and shortcuts through parks, with landmarks indicated along the way. The public transport mode tells you where to catch trains, buses and tubes (where relevant) and how long it will take to reach your destination. cityXplorer public transport timetables ensure you arrive at the station on time and don't have to wait too long for your connection.

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    This file added to your CityNavigator Europe 2012.10 (not available for NTU version) will allow you to use pedestrians features and public transports in every big city in Europe.
    This file will add CXs features to 57 Europeans cities in your GPS , many CXS in just one small file (7,05 MB)

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    locked map uncompressed 7,05 MB
    to unlock add an *.unl made with Jetmouse kg. for FID 2419 PID 2 to ehance ped.features and public transports * (37xx series excluded)
    note : to use this file user should have CNEU NT 2012.10 in his/her nuvi .

    *Add cityXplorerEU.img in Map folder along its cityXplorerEU.unl file-

    cityXplorerEU.7z (3,2 MB)
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    Is this working with 3790?

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    ...works perfectly on a nüvi 1450: I copied the unlocked gmapsupp.img of CN Europe 2012.10 into folder GARMIN(x: )\map and also copied cityXplorerEU.img and cityXplorerEU.unl to folder GARMIN(x: )\map. For creating cityXplorerEU.unl I used Jetmouse KG in expert mode and entered the serial number of the nüvi 1450 and 2419/2/0/0

    Attention: you can select automobile, pedestrian or bicycle mode by pressing the ikon on the nüvi-screen top second from left, there for the pedestrian mode a "Powered by cityExplorer" is shown. But if you go to Tools - Settings - Map - Info there is no "cityExplorer" as one is used to when using singlecity cityExplorer maps. Nevertheless it works

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    Quote Originally Posted by singer021 View Post
    Is this working with 3790?
    No. Clearly stated "(37xx series excluded)"

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    Well the person who put this pack together did a terrific job really. But I feel like I should point out that a valid CityXplorer map consists not only of CN map layer and MMR but also
    File: C:/Garmin/MAP/CityXplorer/gmapsupp.img, length 28164096
    Header: 04.01.2010 11:33:17, DSKIMG, xor 00h
    Mapset: cityXplorer - Sao Paulo 2010.30 (20.10)

    Map length s-f CP prio PID FID name
    00002066 ? 446301 1
    00002066 IDX 6611555 2
    00002066 TRF 170852 1 1252
    I07D227D NT 6247710 1 1252 30 1 2066 LESTE SAO PAULO, BRASIL
    I07D2284 NT 8030361 1 1252 30 1 2066 NOROESTE SAO PAULO, BRASIL
    I07D2285 NT 6569530 1 1252 30 1 2066 SUDOESTE SAO PAULO, BRASIL
    MAPSOURC MPS 436 1

    SAO_PAUL MMR 48305 1 1252 2 2066

    I07D227D GMP 2600h 6247710
    GMP: TRE RGN LBL NET NOD
    map 7d227d (8200829)
    PID 1, FID 2066, region 1,1

    PID 2, FID 2066, region 1,2
    date 29.12.2009 17:29:23
    priority 30, parameters 1 3 17 5
    levels [17,18,19,21,24], zoom [84,83,2,1,0]
    N: -23.274193, S: -23.808961, W: -46.544867, E: -46.051211
    City Navigator Brazil NT 2010.30

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    Have you tested it ? seems it works fine along CNEU 2012.10 in my 1200 - What's missing in your opinion ? It adds CXs MMR files to CNEU, I cant uderstand what should need more, I think a CX is made by CN files +MMR file
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    You have to navigate to get to the good.
    Nuvi1250/Nuvi 34xx/Nuvi 2200/Nuvi 66/Oregon 600/Galaxy S5 MM 6.0.1/TomTom GO/iGO Nextgen Avic,Basar,Isr.Gift/Navigon
    Please don't flood my pm box with questions you can post on forum!! You won't hear back from me.

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    False alarm. Turns out CN Europe 2012.1 indeed features a PID-2 segment in GMP sections. Unlike previous releases of CN EU. Not sure if it was done intentionally or poor planning on Garmin side.

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    hi,

    i have nuvi 765t and i installed the file in my nuvi on external sd card with its unlocking unl file. i can not see anything that indicates cityexplorer on my nuvi, so how do i know if the file installed correctly ? . by the way do i need to creat a MAP folder because just paste in my GARMIN folder same as my city nav europe nt 2012.1 . please tell me what im doing wrong here
    thank you

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    Pedestian features and public transports arent supported by nuvi 765, this file wont add anything new to your CNE
    Look at the table in post one.
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    You have to navigate to get to the good.
    Nuvi1250/Nuvi 34xx/Nuvi 2200/Nuvi 66/Oregon 600/Galaxy S5 MM 6.0.1/TomTom GO/iGO Nextgen Avic,Basar,Isr.Gift/Navigon
    Please don't flood my pm box with questions you can post on forum!! You won't hear back from me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by masta666 View Post
    Well the person who put this pack together did a terrific job really. But I feel like I should point out that a valid CityXplorer map consists not only of CN map layer and MMR but also

    PID 1, FID 2066, region 1,1
    PID 2, FID 2066, region 1,2
    No interesting and amazing. As Caty say - cityXplorer is the absolutely the same map as from CityNavigator set.
    The records what you pasted mean what this map are including in several regions and may be unlock with parameters for above mentioned region only. May so many records such this for big region like Europe for example.
    So cityXplorer presents finished product and may be used without CityNavigator itself. If you buy single town for cityXplorer you recieve usual map like CityNavigator and unlock code with PID=2 for working single town only. Plus MMR subfile in container what can be work only compatible device.

 

 
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