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    I see I9000 by default doesn't support ICS,

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    so there can be problem with your rom or at all maybe not supported chipset of I9000... At many device sometimes not ok resolution, and chaging rom solves problem with resolution. Install logcat, and put here log file of logcat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Wolf View Post
    I see I9000 by default doesn't support ICS,

    so there can be problem with your rom or at all maybe not supported chipset of I9000... At many device sometimes not ok resolution, and chaging rom solves problem with resolution. Install logcat, and put here log file of logcat.
    I know that is why I am using Custom Rom. I've tried both CyanogenMod and AOSP roms with same result. After installation the program seems to run fine ( not tested at road yet to check GPS signal).
    The only way to use it is to unistall the apk and install it again!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    No, this only work on ICS 4.0.3-4.0.4.

    Gb not supported and on JB also won't work.

    This apk is from Asus pad2 and this device was released with preloaded ICS.


    I believe that in theory, StreetPilot can run even on Gingerbread.

    I have decompiled the 2.12 version (Asus Pd2 Jelly Bean) and checked the API level. This is the result from APK Multitool:

    version: 1.5.0.5a056e3
    apkFileName: StreetPilot_A68.apk
    isFrameworkApk: false
    usesFramework:
    ids:
    - 1
    sdkInfo:
    minSdkVersion: '10'
    targetSdkVersion: '14'
    API level 10 = Android 2.3.4, 2.3.3
    API level 14 = Android 4.0, 4.0.1, 4.0.2

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    Keep trying! I believe that there is still some hope to have Streetpilot on GB. Please correct me if I am wrong...

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    Can you decompile also street pilot v1.49, the same apk that is in this post and look if is also GB supportet?
    V 2.12 is for JB, you post this data:
    API level 10 = Android 2.3.4, 2.3.3
    API level 14 = Android 4.0, 4.0.1, 4.0.2
    Where is JB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    Can you decompile also street pilot v1.49, the same apk that is in this post and look if is also GB supportet?
    V 2.12 is for JB, you post this data:
    Where is JB?
    Here is the info about the streetpilot 1.49 (downloaded from the first post in this thread):

    version: 1.5.0.5a056e3
    apkFileName: StreetPilot_A68_v1.49_all_lang_dj.apk
    isFrameworkApk: false
    usesFramework:
    ids:
    - 1
    sdkInfo:
    minSdkVersion: '10'
    targetSdkVersion: '14'
    You can try it by yourself. Download APK Multitool here:
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    It is easy to use. After decompiling the *.apk file you will find the API level in the apktool.yml file in the project folder.

    The 2.12 posted by Black Wolf here
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    is almost identical with the 1.49 from this thread...

    Yes, there are very few changes from 1.49 to 2.12. Use the APK Multitool to decompile them and compare the decompiled files.... It seems that most changes were made to libgarminos.

    Where is JB?
    minSdkVersion designates the minimum API Level required for the application to run. StreetPilot 2.12 requires API level 10 (introduced with Gingerbread) in order to run.

    minSdkVersion designates the API Level that the application targets. This attribute informs the system that you have tested against the target version. StreetPilot 2.12 posted by Black Wolf was extracted from JB, but the information provided by the APK file still says that it targets ICS (API level 14). But by design, new versions of the platform are (should be) fully backward-compatible. So the APK targeting ICS (API level 14) should be compatible with JB (API level 16 and 17).

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    Quote Originally Posted by j23456 View Post
    this soft have battery ico not right problem
    If the battery indicator fails do show battery level correctly, please edit libgarminos.so on offset 0x1a0d6cc
    Paths to battery capacity may differ from device to device.

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    is it possible to install it on a nexus 4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5huhulalu View Post
    I believe that in theory, StreetPilot can run even on Gingerbread.

    I have decompiled the 2.12 version (Asus Pd2 Jelly Bean) and checked the API level. This is the result from APK Multitool:



    API level 10 = Android 2.3.4, 2.3.3
    API level 14 = Android 4.0, 4.0.1, 4.0.2

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    Keep trying! I believe that there is still some hope to have Streetpilot on GB. Please correct me if I am wrong...
    Garmin streetpilot is an native application with shared libraries. On gb, ics or jb all natives libraries are not the same, more functions, differents functions so all offset to get the good imports don"t work and you get finally a error of linkage when you try to load libgarminos.so.

    And how have you checked this sdk ? :p
    Your software sucks lol

    Minimum and maximum sdk values are used in the manifest.xml to limit download on the market and to limit installlation on the good devices but in streetpilot this value is not defined ^^

    If you check java code or just see the logcat when you launch the apk on gb and you'll see a error on "setSystemUiVisibility" method. If you check the documentation of the sdk :
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    "Added in API level 11", if you delete this call libgarminos.so crashes with bad links on shared imports.

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    5huhulalu/djeman - can you look at the files I posted @:
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    They are the latest update for GB (4.1.1) on the PadFone 2. They just need someone to play with them so they are installable for everyone perhaps?....

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    Welcome djeman on Noeman

    Thank you for all your hard work on this sp.
    I hope you can find some solution for Tegra on LG P990.

 

 
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