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    Upgraded my Nuvi 3790 to CN NA 2013.10 and CX NA 2013.10 small.
    Did a simulated pedestrian route in NYC, and it worked fine.

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    I wonder if there are any other members of this forum who have tried CXNA 2013.10 small or full on an US purchased GPS with life map updates and the last version of CityNavigator, 2013.10 downloaded from Garmin?

    I have four GPSs in the house; a nuvi 2360LMT, a nuvi 2595LM, a nuvi 1390LMT and an old, but still working perfectly nuvi 360. I've tried both small and full CXNA 2013.10 on the three newer models, loaded in internal memory \Map folder, then again in SD \Map folder (deleting the files in internal memory first).

    On all three devices, the small version looks like it's working (I get the Pedestrian mode Powered by CityXplorer maps in the transportation selection screen; I also get the Public Transit option when I press Go in pedestrian mode). However, all three GPSs after calculating the "Public Transit" route, come up with only walking turn by turn directions.

    On all three devices, the full CXNA 2013.10 version does not show in the MyMaps list and of course the Public Transit option is not available when I press Go in pedestrian mode.

    I may not be very bright, but I'm IT so I don't make simple mistakes like file naming, not using the keygen correctly, etc... I suspect that CXNA 2013.10 small or full, available on this thread, doesn't work if official version of CNNA 2013.10 is installed on the GPS as a gmapprom.img file in the hidden \.system folder located in internal memory. They work for sure (as catymag proved with the screen captures above) if CNNA 2013.10 is loaded as a custom named img file in the \Map folder of internal memory or SD card. I may be wrong, so I'm asking if there is anybody else with US devices updated regulalrly from Garmin, who has this package working?

    Many, many thanks to catymag for providing all these maps and for his continuous expert support of this forum!
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    Quote Originally Posted by simple0 View Post
    I wonder if there are any other members of this forum who have tried CXNA 2013.10 small or full on an US purchased GPS with life map updates and the last version of CityNavigator, 2013.10 downloaded from Garmin?

    I have four GPSs in the house; a nuvi 2360LMT, a nuvi 2595LM, a nuvi 1390LMT and an old, but still working perfectly nuvi 360. I've tried both small and full CXNA 2013.10 on the three newer models, loaded in internal memory \Map folder, then again in SD \Map folder (deleting the files in internal memory first).

    On all three devices, the small version looks like it's working (I get the Pedestrian mode Powered by CityXplorer maps in the transportation selection screen; I also get the Public Transit option when I press Go in pedestrian mode). However, all three GPSs after calculating the "Public Transit" route, come up with only walking turn by turn directions.

    On all three devices, the full CXNA 2013.10 version does not show in the MyMaps list and of course the Public Transit option is not available when I press Go in pedestrian mode.

    I may not be very bright, but I'm IT so I don't make simple mistakes like file naming, not using the keygen correctly, etc... I suspect that CXNA 2013.10 small or full, available on this thread, doesn't work if official version of CNNA 2013.10 is installed on the GPS as a gmapprom.img file in the hidden \.system folder located in internal memory. They work for sure (as catymag proved with the screen captures above) if CNNA 2013.10 is loaded as a custom named img file in the \Map folder of internal memory or SD card. I may be wrong, so I'm asking if there is anybody else with US devices updated regulalrly from Garmin, who has this package working?

    Many, many thanks to catymag for providing all these maps and for his continuous expert support of this forum!
    I have Garmin Lifetime MapUpdate for Europe ONLY. I live in Europe. I downloaded CN NA 2013.10 from post #1 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] used GMA unlocker (attached in the threat) Generate the .unl file for the map. Added small CE 2013.10 with .unl file generated with FID: 800 0 0 0 for the rest of the fields. ... and everything looks fine.

    I did the same for Europe map. I have CN EU 2013.10 + CE 2012.40 ( small and full - both versions I had tried) none of these mentioned above worked !!! I even tried the special map for 37xx series. Did not work either.

    So keep trying.

    My nuvi is 3790 flashed to 3490 !

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    Unlocker cant unlock EPM, the rest of the CX is already unlocked.
    Again and again Unlockers dont unlock public transports features
    Dont waste your time, read instructions in threads, All the latest CX maps posted are tested working in 34xx,37xx,1xxx ,CX EU one in 2xxx too


    Latest EU and NA CX in 1200, one is small version and the other is full version:

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    I assume that:
    Added small CE 2013.10 with .unl file generated with FID: 800 0 0 0 for the rest of the fields.
    quotted from your previous post, is just a typo. The defaults on the keygen are 1, 0, 0 and these are also catymag's instructions on how to unlock CXs:

    To unlock them create an .unl file with JM kg and FID 800- The PID needed are 1, 0, 0 (the default ones). The names of .img and .unl should be the same, different extensions.

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    I need to answer my own, previous question "if CityXplorer NA 2013.10" posted in this thread is working with Garmin GPS devices that have LM (life map updates) in the name and their software and maps are regularly updated from Garmin. It turns out that the packages posted here WORK (!) with these devices as well. However, it also turns out that CityXplorer itself is not AT ALL consistent in its coverage and it's HARDLY worth $9.95!

    I discovered that using the small, or full 2013.10 package when I want to go, using public transit, from home to either Fort Lauderdale or Miami airports, I get only walking turn by turn directions to both airports, although they are in 12 and 20 miles driving distance and I could take two buses or one bus and the rail to reach both these airports. However, if I want to go go to Miami Zoo (and other targets in Miami as well), I get turn by turn walking directions for five miles, to reach the Hollywood rail station, but then it says "take the rail" and shows all the stations from boarding to the destination!!. It seems that from my home, I can't get directions to use the bus, no matter where I want to go, although there are several bus lines in less than half mile distance. Also, I get directions to use the rail for some destinations, but not for others (like not for both airports mentioned above which both have their own rail stations).

    I've tried in GPS simulation mode for other US cities I know, like LA, Chicago, Las Vegas, etc... It turns out that the coverage is as unequal as in Miami metro. There are parts of the "covered" areas that don't give directions for using the bus at all, some are giving bus directions for some targets, but not for others, and some are always giving bus directions. Same is true for trains, rails, etc...

    I didn't try, but I assume it is the same with the European cities. My conclusion is that when you are a pedestrian, make sure you have Google Maps on your phone. Google will give you DETAILED information about using public transportation, including boarding and arrival times. Forget about your Garmin GPS for this kind of traveling. These devices are very good only for turn by turn walking or driving directions.
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    Have you set Limit Walking in your Pedestrian setting? In my city I've set it as No Walking and I get trams, if I set it ,for example, less than 2 km, I get underground stations instead.
    EPM varies in cities , some cities are well covered ,some not enough, You can see coverage on product page at Garmin. Some CXs dont have EPM at all. The latest CNA CXs have been implemented a bit. MMR file is bigger than in the previous version
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    I've set the walking distance to less than half mile. As I said, it still directs me to walk five miles to Hollywood Rail Station, although there is a bus station at 1/4 mile from home where I could board a bus to get me there. I'm going to try your advise for "no walking" to see if it makes any difference. Thanks!

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    Setting the walking limit to "no walking" didn't make any difference. I still have to walk all the way to the railway station.

    Now, thinking about it, I'm sure I have unrealistic expectations. In large cities, there is a huge amount of possible combinations of places, targets and public + walking routes that are way above the processing capabilities of the relatively meager processors inside a GPS device. Google Maps is using very powerful super servers to provide all those detailed driving, public transit and walking directions from anywhere to anywhere. A portable GPS device can't possibly compare to that! It still doesn't mean that charging $9.95 for the very limited capabilities of CityXplorer (for public transit directions) is justified. The only acceptable variant for spending $9.95 for one city CityXplorer map, is when you travel to some city outside the coverage of the built in GPS map and you don't want to spend more for the map of the whole country where that city is located. That of course is acceptable only if you never heard of catymag!

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    Hello, Fellows!

    I have bought Garmin nuvi 2450LM with North America maps. I live in Russia and sometimes I need to travel to North America. So my problem is that I can't see cityXplorer maps. I have CN North America 2013.10 in the internal memory, on the 16GB microSD card I have CN Russia 2013.10 and CN Europe 2013.10. North America maps are legal, Russia and Europe are from torrents and came unlocked. All these CN maps are working smoothly in the drive mode. I want to load cityXplorer. I took 10 digit ESN number from my device, generated unlock code for FID800 (no PID2, other options by default) then I put CXNA 2013.10.img + CXNA 2013.10.unl in the "Map" folder on the memory card. Go to simulation, set position somewhere in Montreal and try to see EPM - no luck.
    1. I renamed files to gmasup3.* - no luck
    2. I put them in the internal memory \.System - no luck
    3. Put to the "Garmin" dir on the memory card - no luck.
    4. Tried to generate unlock code for my CNNA 2013.10 maps (FID:2360 PID:2) - no luck

    According to specs 2450 supports EPM, but may be I use the wrong method to unlock? I use small maps and tried JM keygen 1.5 with checksum fixed and 5 digit keygen - result is the same. What do I do wrong?

    Thanks in advance, any help will be highly appreciated!

 

 
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