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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballebar View Post
    The NamedTrails SQLite DB file is named as the part number for the map.
    Ok, if the part number of the map (which also defines the name of the SQL file) has been removed, we have to insert it again. Take a hexeditor and insert the following hexadecimal values beginning at position 48 (hex 0x30):

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    GMapTool info will now look like

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    and NamedTrails are working now in my unlocked image.

    Can someone confirm this?

    And the same procedure for Topo Austria v3. Take a hexeditor and insert the following hexadecimal values beginning at position 48 (hex 0x30):

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    GMapTool info will now show

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    and NamedTrails are also working now in this unlocked image.

    What about this?
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    does somebody know, which tool or how i can change the Header of a *.img
    from: Header: 07.05.2012 15:05:43, DSKIMG, XOR 00, V 3.00
    to: Header: 07.05.2012 15:05:43, DSKIMG, XOR 00, V 3.00, Ms 0, 010-D1160-00
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    merlinboy, you was to fast for my post...... i will try it with the hexeditor

    Quote Originally Posted by jonnywi View Post
    does somebody know, which tool or how i can change the Header of a *.img
    from: Header: 07.05.2012 15:05:43, DSKIMG, XOR 00, V 3.00
    to: Header: 07.05.2012 15:05:43, DSKIMG, XOR 00, V 3.00, Ms 0, 010-D1160-00
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    merlinboy, you was to fast for my post...... i will try it with the hexeditor
    i have overwriten the hex values beginning at position 48 (hex 0x30) with 10 D4 40 56 14 91 0D 14 41
    -> now the header ist changed and i See the Trailsearch in Basecamp!!!!
    Verry good Job Guys, thanks a lot
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnywi View Post
    now the header ist changed and i See the Trailsearch in Basecamp!!!!
    so I can also add the values for the mentioned Topo France Sud-Est:

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    GMapTool info will now show

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    and NamedTrails are also working now in this unlocked image.

    Any problems?

    and finally Topo Deutschland 2012 Pro, which is said to have the same problems:

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    GMapTool info will now show

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    Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnywi View Post
    i See the Trailsearch in Basecamp!!!!
    Can you post a Basecamp screen with these trails menu please
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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
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Can you post a Basecamp screen with these trails menu please
    here is the screenshot of basecamp 4.0.0.5 beta
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Can you post a Basecamp screen with these trails menu please
    It works with BC 4.0.0.5 beta and BC 3.3.3, WinXP SP3 and Win7 SP1, at least the four mentioned maps and all screenshots look like that in message #80.

    I have also written a Perl script, which converts the part number of the map (f.e. '010-D1160-00' for Transalpin 2012 Pro) into the corresponding hex values. Although the source is Perl, it is highly understandable, so it should be easy to use this as a base for another programming language.

    If someone knows, where to get the source code of gimgunlock, I can try to implement it there.

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    Thanks for the screen
    Quote Originally Posted by merlinboy View Post

    If someone knows, where to get the source code of gimgunlock, I can try to implement it there.
    it's here :
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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 merlinboy View Post
    If someone knows, where to get the source code of gimgunlock, I can try to implement it there.
    Why implemented in gimgunlock? For original locked img files, gimgunlock does not change the header, so the part number should remain the same in header and the unlocked img files should still have "Named Trails". For an existing unlocked img file without part number, all you need is to write a separate tool to open the img file, fseek to offset 48 (0x30 in hex), write 9 bytes of compressed part number there, then close the file. It should be easy to do in Perl or C/C++.

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    I have implemented this functionality (i.e. display and change of the img part number) in [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

    It is in french...( open your img and click on "Changer le numéro de produit du fichier img")

    Please, if you want to try it, back up your img before...

    For me it works fine with topo Germany, Austria and France...

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    Hi, everybody, i'm not really an expert in gps maps and was wondering what you were talking about here. After a very serious reading of the different posts and using the magic tool, i could see finaly what was different into Basecamp. Hope it will also work in my Dakota during real conditions.

 

 
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