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    Run webupdater and you will have other .srd available for download.


    UPD:

    If you wish, you can also download it here:

    Spoiler: 3490 all SRD files
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    Extract rar in .System/ASR/ folder
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunno! View Post
    Can someone please tell me the difference between ASR and ASR2 files? The 11 files (ASR for 3490) have been placed in SD:\Garmin\ASR. But on accessing Voice Command the message "Voice Command support is not available for British English". I can see only a ru_ru.srd file in .System\ASR on the device.
    The difference is that ASR1 are 'old-school', first introduced for 8xx nuvi series and used also for nuvi 2x60 and 3790. Later units like 34/35xx > use ASR2 technology which is less buggy and works better than ASR1. Language-related *srd files don't need to be changed with the map whereas *.asr/*srx files do.

    Follow what Loly's said above. In explanation, you cannot use the British English Voice Command without both an appropriate english TTS *.vpm voice file in Voice folder and en_GB.srd in ASR folder and the full EU map. You may also need to set the unit to UK locale.

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    Do I need the "en_GB.srd" file? - Where do I get it from? Any advice on where I begin please.
    Yes, it won't work without it as said. If that's all you need it's attached here:
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    Ok, Thanks aren't allowed, so I'm gonna pat Catymag, lolypop000 and Neil on the back and ruffle your hair. Managed to get Voice Command working by simply selecting a few language options on Garmin Express and downloading+Installing. Seems to have fixed the problem. Hitting Voice Command app brings up the Voice Command options screen. I wouldn't have been able to work the file associations/dependencies as explained by Neil for quite some time, so that was a great heads up Neil.

    I'm seeing G2S files for 37xx in the posts but is G2S applicable to 3490? - There's nothing in 3490's GarminDevice.xml.

    What is the 'ExtData' folder for?

    TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunno! View Post

    I'm seeing G2S files for 37xx in the posts but is G2S applicable to 3490? - There's nothing in 3490's GarminDevice.xml.

    What is the 'ExtData' folder for?

    TIA
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    Ext - Ext Data folder - stores 006-D0952-01.bin, 006-D0952-02.bin, 006-D0952-03.bin, 006-D0952-04.bin, 006-D0952-05.bin, 006-D0952-06.bin, 006-D0952-07.bin, 006-D0952-08.bin, 006-D0952-09.bin, 006-D0952-10.bin files which contains special font for not alphabet languages likes Herbew, Thai, Arabic, Vietnamese.
    ExtData folder - also stores for some device with MTK chipset files ARC.BIN, BEE.BIN, 006-D1221-00.bin. 006-D1221-00.bin + GPS Chipset Type M HotFix Data software which updates by webupdater and ARC.BIN & BEE.BIN files which store current info for GPS software metioned above.
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    Now i got my map on my nuvi 1390 with lifetime update

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    City Navigator NTU 2015.40 Italy & Greece Original Locked (with additional/regional/associated files )

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    SRD = Speech Recognition Data
    You need the corresponding SRD files, in your case en_GB.srd

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    Run webupdater and you will have other .srd available for download.
    There the only info I needed. Why don't they update the speech recognition with GE?
    At the end of the 2015.40 update, my 3790 stopped recognizing speech. Going through webupdater installed the extra files needed.
    Working like a charm now.
    Thanks.

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    Don't know why they are not available for download with GE.
    When other user start use GE i was still using webupdater and in this way figure out that some updates are only available in Webupdater and some only in GE.
    Now when connect device to Pc i always run both ( GE and webupdater ) to see if some update is available for download
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    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    Don't know why they are not available for download with GE.
    It is Garmin developer idea. One day I am update map on one of device with Russian locale and GE download only these files:

    04DK9F62.asr
    04DK9F5S.srx
    ru_RU.srd
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