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    Quote Originally Posted by candreo View Post
    In camera alerts do not have audio (Poi), is there any way to fix this problem? Thank you.
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    Hi all, I have a Motorola Razr, Android 4.1.2, Rooted. I use Proyecto Mapear Maps and I had to rename IMG to gmapprom.img to be able to see the maps in SP and put it under .System folder on internal SD. Maps, voices, baterry icon and GPS are working fine. I still didn't test it deeply.
    My only concert is about text, even when I used goodoane apk, I cannot make it work, I only have American English and () "Thai".
    I'm asking for advise here. I tried with the libgarminos.so that come with the goodoane's apk and the one provided separately.
    I don't know where settings are for text path, I guess they are in libgarminos.so.

    Thanks in advance for your help and hard work, also for compiling all the information in one thread.

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    After test it a couple of days, I regret to say that once an address is entered and GPS start to navigate, application ends unexpectedly
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    What about Galaxy S4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by astronman View Post
    What about Galaxy S4?
    I'm afraid (sure) you havent read the Thread or more than one (maximum) Post.

    If you still have done it, there is no reason (and no understanding) for your question.

    Read and learn!

    In a lot of the Posts in this thread is written, that there is no working version for Android 4.2.2 at the Moment.
    And this is exactly the OS Version of S4!

    And, so the conclusion, it doesn't work on S4 at the Moment.

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    Hello,

    Will Garmin Street Pilot v.2.16 work on Samsung GALAXY Note2? Should it be rooted?

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddabcd277 View Post
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    Will Garmin Street Pilot v.2.16 work on Samsung GALAXY Note2?
    It depends on Note's Os: read post n1.
    Should it be rooted?
    No, but it depends on where you want to store files: as above read post n1.
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    Yes,
    without any problem.
    You have to download and use the real "libgarminos".
    For Samsung Galaxy Note 2 it is: "libgarminos_extSdCard.so"
    extSdCard is the name where the micro-sd is mount.
    Follow the install guide.

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    very good, my device is a sony acro s, can help not work yet

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    Hi, I have a tablet Samsung Galaxy TAB 3 7 (Android 4.1.2), streetpilot install multiple versions and all I have the same problem happened to detail:
    The installation tells me it was successful.
    The language pack loads fine and I can also put Spanish.
    When I run the image first appears streetpilot Garmin and after a while out of the program and at the top there is an icon with the following message:
    StreetPilot is running click to continue.
    As much as tap the icon several times all ends the same way, leaving the application and with the same message at the top.
    Any suggestion is welcome.
    Greetings.
    Last edited by Gustavenio; 18th August 2013 at 13:56.

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    Wrong libgarminos?
    Not modified libgmxt.so permissions ?
    Read with care post #1

 

 
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