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    Quote Originally Posted by dasilvarsa View Post
    ..Where can I get this PT_Br.SRD File or PT_Pt.SRD ?
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    ....and [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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    I tried Angelozip's files on 3490 South African Model but still no Voice command in Portuguese Brasil Language.
    I have all the brazilian voices and texts loaded.
    Spanish file works fine on 3490 as long as you have voices and texts loaded.
    I guess 3490 firmware rejects this file. Any ideas ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dasilvarsa View Post
    I tried Angelozip's files on 3490 South African Model but still no Voice command in Portuguese Brasil Language.
    I have all the brazilian voices and texts loaded.
    Spanish file works fine on 3490 as long as you have voices and texts loaded.
    I guess 3490 firmware rejects this file. Any ideas ?
    Dasilvarsa is good to know of your interest, the probability of success increases
    I also tried some combinations of these files of the 3597 but the BR Portuguese Voice command did not work on my 3490.
    Probably the Spanish file works fine on 3490 because they are native to this family of gps/firmware. I would say that if you use the spanish versions of files from 3597 also will not work.
    There are interactions between srt, vpm and glx files with firmware that will probably require more than mere substitution, that is, we'll have to mess with them changing versions, parameters and maybe a few more, being quite optimistic. Particularly I think the main problem is in the compatibility of voice TTS3 of the 3597 (already noted by Neil) with complementary files and/or firmware, which seems to be quite complicated .. A radical alternative path would be able to install the firmware of 3597 in the 34xx, but it also seems pretty hard ..
    This looks like a great challenge, we face it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by angelozip View Post
    .. A radical alternative path would be able to install the firmware of 3597 in the 34xx, but it also seems pretty hard ..
    Unfortunately because of the different PCB P/N's of the units, flashing 3597 to 34/35xx is not just hard. It's probably damn-near impossible without high-level skills [kunix, Alex et al]. Way above my pay-grade but happy to help with testing of either that or file changes .....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor Ajuz View Post
    We have some new about CNSA 2014.20 Unlocked for MapSource ?

    Tks.

    Nothing news ?!

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    *** Newbie Alert *** I download an unlocked IMG file of this map and copied to an SD card but there are no POI's, hotels, restuarants etc. When I search the map. I have trolled around this forum but can't seem to find an obvious answer. Can anyone give me a clue as to what I did wrong or if POI's are not included in IMG files. I have a NUVI 204 GPS. If I need to download a separate file can you give me a clue where to find it and where to put it on the SD card.Please help me its driving me crazy. Thanks

 

 
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