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    Quote Originally Posted by smokefree View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by roger1109 View Post
    I tried the JCV for NTU (portrait of/from 2595) on 1340 and works perfectly in landscape.
    Maybe a typo, but nüvi 1340 does not support JCV...
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    Quote Originally Posted by fababneh75 View Post
    For Nuvi 1410 : it works landscape,
    For Nuvi 3490 : it works as portrait
    Quote Originally Posted by roger1109 View Post
    I tried the JCV for NTU (portrait of/from 2595) on 1340 and works perfectly in landscape.
    Both [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] as well as [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] are portrait models, telling from their pictures on the Garmin website (click links).
    If the same JCV file shows as landscape on other models, my guess would be that firmware determines the screen format of JCV.

    As for the nüvi 1410, Garmin contradicts itself. In the Users Manual, it is suggested JCV is not supported (see table in previous post).
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokefree View Post
    Maybe a typo, but nüvi 1340 does not support JCV...
    Yes.....exactly..

    But I see [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] ...and enjoy

    But also on the model 1440 JCV has them working properly, the JV portrait works fine with landscape viewing

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokefree View Post
    Maybe a typo, but nüvi 1340 does not support JCV...
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    It is is very different for the various region and even for dealer in factory settings!!! I have dozen Nuvi 1300T with activated JCV from one of dealer or 1350T from another. Perhaps precisely because of this confusion we have the possibility to change logo and activate all function on all device!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giomen View Post
    Hackneyed subject .......
    So true! Quoting Garmin website info regarding supported features of any 1xxx model is now almost pointless (althought i've done that too at times, even recently). Firstly, it's almost pointless partly because of differing supported features in the same sub-model range. 1300 for instance, initially LA, SLI & JCV were not supported in all US & EU releases. To add further to Giomen's comments, Lolypop000 also reported that in subsequent EU regional releases some 1300's had those features enabled out of the box. And secondly, loly's modded splash referred to by Roger and Giomen (change logo, same thing) has probably been applied by at least half the owners of those 'deficient' 1xxx's on this forum.
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    so whats the verdict? how can we make it display properly on the zumo 660? is there another version of JCV in landscape mode?

    Thanks

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    @elyafi
    Sorry, I think you got forgotten about while other stuff was nutted out.

    If Post #3 is referring to D3058070A.JCV as the Landscape JV for 2013.20 then 2013.30 maybe uses D3058080A.JCV? (If it exists). Maybe you could check the garmin site for a dl or do a general web search for it.
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    Sadly, D4385000A.JCV is not working on 765......(what is with such small size of file Anyway?)

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    All,

    I have a Garmin GPS with USA maps built in. I have put in a Middle East map img as gmapsupp file. When I try to search an address, after typing the first few characters, the search stalls for around 30 sec and then allows me to continue. Is this any way to fix this?

 

 
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