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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    With JB 4.1.2 satellites dont work, this is a known issue, on sosaw use it with an external sat receiver.
    Pretty useless
    With many roms 4.1.2 doesnt work at all : it initialises and then black screen.
    Hello i installed the version StreetPilot_214_Vami_no_root and the internal gps dont work, i tried with a external gps brand BT, and dont work.

    What is the method to make it work with an external gps bluetooh.

    I have a galaxy sIII with 4.1.2

    thanks

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    Many times ago is written, 2.14 doesn't work with 4.1.2 at all, so not necessary separately all of you to ask same question when tried it on 4.1.2, just read previous pages, and all answers are posted already, doesn't matter internal or external gps receiever, it doesn't work. There is problem with Garmin 2.14 and JB 4.1.2 functions for fixing gps signal, so for now, until voodoo or some other modify SP 2.14 or 2.16 for JB, will not work. So in future not necessary to repeat this questions, it applies on all of you.

    Vamibg didn't modify nothing specially, it's still same voodoo's release, just used djeman-my's method to compile new .apk for unrooted devices. So for now forget Garmin 2.14 on JB 4.1.2 device, same applies for 800x480 devices with 4.1.1, like voodoo explained, it's not possible for now. Downgrade to 4.0.x for 800x480 device, or if you need Garmin on JB, downgrade to JB 4.1.1 but on 4.1.1 device with 960x540+ ...

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    thank you. i need garmin for android. Bye

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    thanks i try it.

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    Black Wolf is right, but only partly. I decompiled file libgarminos.so and review code. On the problem of fixing gps signal on Garmin 2.14 and JB 4.1.2, for now not have solution. However, changing the resolution to 800x480 is easy. The problem is that I have not device which to test.

    Here is a version of Garmin SP 2.01 for SONY XPERIA P is changed resolution 960x540...
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    @Vamibg

    Can you tell us wher or how to change resolution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Wolf View Post
    Many times ago is written, 2.14 doesn't work with 4.1.2 at all, so not necessary separately all of you to ask same question when tried it on 4.1.2, just read previous pages, and all answers are posted already, doesn't matter internal or external gps receiever, it doesn't work. There is problem with Garmin 2.14 and JB 4.1.2 functions for fixing gps signal, so for now, until voodoo or some other modify SP 2.14 or 2.16 for JB, will not work. So in future not necessary to repeat this questions, it applies on all of you.

    Vamibg didn't modify nothing specially, it's still same voodoo's release, just used djeman-my's method to compile new .apk for unrooted devices. So for now forget Garmin 2.14 on JB 4.1.2 device, same applies for 800x480 devices with 4.1.1, like voodoo explained, it's not possible for now. Downgrade to 4.0.x for 800x480 device, or if you need Garmin on JB, downgrade to JB 4.1.1 but on 4.1.1 device with 960x540+ ...
    Thanks Black Wolf, i will downgrade to 4.1.1 and wil post the result

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vamibg View Post
    Black Wolf is right, but only partly. I decompiled file libgarminos.so and review code. On the problem of fixing gps signal on Garmin 2.14 and JB 4.1.2, for now not have solution. However, changing the resolution to 800x480 is easy. The problem is that I have not device which to test.
    You reviewed what? Decompiled libgarminos.so ? You think modified adress for power and gps signal icons and added libgarminos.so 2.13 in .apk with djeman method? You don't need device for testing, if you think that can be done, you can modify libgarminos.so and put here 800x480, so members with 800x480 can test it.

    But it seems you didn't read what author of 2.14 cr.ack wrote (voodoo) about lower resolution than 960x540, so for you and all other, read it,

    The Qualcomm CPU should be able to likely 4.2.1 API 4.1 is somewhat different (4.0 and 4.1 are also different)
    Try brush to 4.1 to see

    800 * 480 or not to test?
    google should be backward compatible, may just be able to individually api function improved to increase the parameters,

    while the garmin just pass new parameters in this function value.

    2.01 and 2.14 show little difference
    2.01 Design is 960X540 and PadFone match of
    2.14 and 1.49, a bit lazy and did not re-designed UI
    Adapt PadFone2 resolution 1280X720
    The original 960X540 screen ratio zoom and then displayed to the screen, this step to consume a lot of system resources motion picture no 2.01 smooth
    So with 2.14 800x480 on JB no solution, you can modify libgarmios.so, but it will not work, probably many of guys-skinners, who made it for 1.49, 2.01, till now

    will do same, but not work on 800x480, so don't write wrong info, and things like "no device for testing", it can be modified without device, by ida pro dissasemler,

    and send somebody for test, if you think you can do it, modify, add here, and members with 800x480 will test it.

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    another successful garmin sp 1.49 install on SGS Dous GT-S7652 stock ics rooted with gs2 files
    btw : you need to hex edit libgarmin.so file for this mobile on 01dbbb54 to /mnt/extSdCard/Garmin if you want to put all your files on the external sd card !
    arabic problem still exist with street names BUT its very fast and responsive ( the mobile is very simple with its specs compared to my note !! 1ghz single core with 768mb ram !! 800x480 )
    i think its the libgarmin.so file which is making it slow !!
    if anyone knows how to make it fast on galaxy note please tell me

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    guys ... anyone knows how to make garmin sp work on galaxy note 10.1 gt-n8000 ics 4.0.4 rooted without the " street pilot is only available in padfone mode " error
    i tried the same steps as above and did put the files on internal sdcard and also changed libgarmin.so to /sdcard/Garmin
    Help me please !!
    thanks in advance

 

 
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