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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by moreins1 View Post
    hello
    im getting the following error just after i open the application.
    cant do anything on the app. it gets locked

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    any ideas on how to solve this?

    thanks


    EDIT:
    just found that this error only shows when wifi or edge/3g is enabled.

    My iPhone is jailbroken 5.0.1 and is displaying the same error message.
    Appears when Wi-Fi or 3G connection is active.
    With the Internet offline, reinstalling Garmin works perfectly again.
    Some found the solution?
    Last edited by hacsat; 8th January 2012 at 23:12.

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    Authentification failure seems to be a kind of protection for garmin-nav.app. I have purchased app and it works with any map.
    Possible solution is to ban gold.garmin.com and bronze.garmin.com to 127.0.0.1 in hosts file (as _http://gold.garmin.com/OBN/OBNServlet and _http://bronze.garmin.com/OBN/OBNServlet are used for requests).

    You may find initial problem research here:
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]


    Also I found that TargetConfig.plist has the option that can be changed:
    <key>navigation_map_style</key>
    <string>North America</string>
    has acceptable value:
    <key>navigation_map_style</key>
    <string>Europe</string>
    - top bar became blue
    - speed limit sign is "european"

    If I change client_type_id in this file, application writes Authentification failure message.

    Also we could expect multiple onboard applications:

    com.garmin.onboard.WesternEurope
    com.garmin.onboard.CentralAndEasternEurope
    com.garmin.onboard.CentralEurope
    com.garmin.onboard.BeneluxAndFrance
    com.garmin.onboard.SpainAndPortugal
    com.garmin.onboard.Nordics
    com.garmin.onboard.AlpsAndDach
    com.garmin.onboard.ItalyAndGreece
    Last edited by neadrenalin; 9th January 2012 at 01:17.

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    now , this method doesn't work because app will request activated map by net

    Do the solution?

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    no. garmin doesnt request activated maps to servers. it just uses it to traffic, POI and extra features.

    thanks neadrenalin for the info. i used Firewall IP to block garmin and it works great!

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    when I add map in garmin app , "Activation of maps requires Internet connection. Please ensure you have a connection to the Internet using either your data plan or Wi-Fi"

    How to these solve ?

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    Here is solution for jailbreak iPhone.

    Extract and install Garmin downloaded from here

    - From Cydia, add the repository cydia.xsellize.com

    - Download and install the package FIREWALL IP from the repository

    - When you restart, perform firewalling

    run FIREWALL IP

    - Go GLOBAL DENY

    - Press TAP TO ADD A HOSTNAME

    - type in gold.garmin.com:80 and press OK

    - At this point it may be possible to run the Garmin without problems

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    I have tried blocking garmin but I to get activation of maps requires Internet connection. When I allow Internet connection I then get the error message Authentification Failure. Help

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    For iPhone with jailbreck.

    if you don't want to install "FIREWALL IP" for just one program then add following line to the hosts file in /etc (use free iFunBox.exe)

    Line in /etc/hosts file:
    Code:
    Please Login or Register to see the links
    Last edited by Ballebar; 14th January 2012 at 11:19. Reason: Corrected host link to Garmin

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    i am having the same issue with garmin app requesting activation of maps. Any ideas? I did all that was written here but still system requires activation of maps.

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    same problem in Australia
    Will not show anything in myMaps (locked or unlocked)

    Not even when i add a vehicle it will not show up

    Donjt know??

    iPhone 4 jailbroken
    I think you may need the purchased app for it to work

    Got it going

    Each file i transfered to the divice required the Ownership & permission to be set to

    Ownership:
    Owner: mobile; Group: mobile

    Access Permissions:
    User: Read, Write, Execute
    Group: Read, Execute
    World: Read, Execute

    THX heaps Garmin iz da best

 

 
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