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    boat BlueChart g2 Vision - VUS512L - Mid-Atlantic 2014.5 (v16.00)

    BlueChart g2 Vision - VUS512L - Mid-Atlantic 2014.5 (v16.00) Locked


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    See your vessel’s precise, on-chart position in relation to navaids, coastal features and restricted areas with premium features found in this detailed marine mapping data. Includes all of the features of our BlueChart® g2 product, plus 3-D perspective above and below the waterline, Auto Guidance, high-resolution imagery, and aerial photos of ports, harbors, marinas and landmarks.

    • Shaded depth contours, coastlines, spot soundings, navaids, port plans, wrecks, obstructions, intertidal zones, restricted areas and IALA symbols.
    • Seamless transitions between zoom levels and more continuity across chart boundaries.
    • High resolution satellite imagery for a realistic view of the land and water.
    • Aerial photos of ports, harbors, marinas, waterways, navigational landmarks and other POIs.
    • Auto Guidance technology searches chart data to suggest the best passage to a destination.
    • MarinerEye view 3-D perspective for a quick, easy position fix.
    • FishEye view 3-D perspective for an underwater view of the sea floor.
    • Safety Shading* enables contour shading for all depth contours shallower than your defined safe depths.
    • Fishing Charts* to scope out bottom contours and depth soundings with less visual clutter on the display.
    • Plan and organize routes from your computer with HomePort™.





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    It is compatible with any GSP? 2014 O equipment already comes with protection as nuvi65 / 66?

    Es compatible con cualquier GSP? O los equipos 2014 ya viene con protección como los nuvi65/66?

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    Depends on which firmware version you have on 65/66 as to whether any unlocked map will work [not with any unicode map regardless]. Read the posts from #367 in here: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

    No nuvi automotive unit can make much effective use of marine charts anyway, they're unsuitable other than BC g2 can be used in nuvi 5x0 series. Vision are particularly unsuited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by byedus View Post
    It is compatible with any GSP? 2014 O equipment already comes with protection as nuvi65 / 66?

    Es compatible con cualquier GSP? O los equipos 2014 ya viene con protección como los nuvi65/66?

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    I don't believe that most of the Garmin Handheld units can use the "Vision" charts either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timp4411 View Post
    I don't believe that most of the Garmin Handheld units can use the "Vision" charts either.

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    "can not authenticate map error"
    occurs in city navigator maps or in the BlueChart? As in GPSMAP64 units Edge1000

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    se da en los mapas city navigator o también en los bluechart? Como en la unidades GPSMAP64,Edge1000

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    Sorry but your question has already been answered by 3 of us. Read fully the links offered for threads and info from Garmin and you'll understand.
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    I need some help!

    I have followed all steps, got the .rar files downloaded, downloaded WinZip so that I can extract what's in the .rar files. Only part 1 seems to have anything in it. WinZip gives me errors for parts 2-7 when I try to extract and says "no files to process."

    Anyways, proceeding on with the part 1 .img file to see if I could figure all this out. I downloaded the gimgunlock 0.03 from the links, and dragged my part 1 .img file onto the icon and I believe that it might have unlocked the .img.

    Now I don't know what to do with it. I have my microSD card that I have my .gpx file on as well as the regular Bluechart G2 maps that I copied to the card from the GPS's hard drive. I copied my believed-to-be-unlocked part 1 .img file into the same folder on my microSD card as the regular Bluechart G2 .img file that was copied off my GPS. I opened up Homeport to try to test things out. Homeport recognizes everything on my microSD except for the new believed-to-be-unlocked G2 Vision map.

    Does it need to be in a certain string of folders on my microSD card for Homeport and/or my GPS to be able to find it? Where did I go wrong? I'm lost now. I'm in way over my head on understanding the background of what's going on with this stuff...


    EDIT: Wait, I moved the new map .img file into just the Garmin folder of the microSD card and now the G2 Vision map shows up in Homeport, so I appear to be in business...with the part 1 file at least. Still have the problem with parts 2-7 saying there is nothing to extract.
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    1)To unrar files (WinRAR is better): unrar part one , it will unrar all the files in one single .img (length 1559789568)
    2)Drag and drop the .img (named gmapsupp.img) in gimgunlock.exe
    3) copy the gmapsupp.img in a sd in a folder named Garmin (just one gmapsupp.img per sd is recognized in plotters)
    4) Homeport will see the same chart in sd/Garmin.

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    Thanks, I got it working in Homeport now at least. And actually Homeport is recognizing both the G2 Vision and the regular G2 map on the same SD card. We'll see how it goes when I give it a shot in my Chartplotter. Although since the regular G2 maps are preloaded on the unit there's really no need to keep the copy on the card.

 

 
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