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  1. #411
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    Dear Black Wolf

    The problem for THAI.JCV
    it work with Thai or US or EU firmware
    when test THAI.JCV with China firmware it not work and will display like this

    (this picture copy from Thai website)
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    I surprice when karaoke show his device can display THAI.JCV
    but it still secret for Thai user because he can not explain
    hope someone can tell how to ?
    someday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Wolf View Post
    Unfortunately most of people do here copy-paste of someone's work, like karaoke did, and even don't read what copy-paste to explain members here to be useful! Abou JCV, there is next thing with SP 2.1.6,
    In post n2 there is my JCV test with nuvi x0 jcv and it's working fine, nothing new but like in every Nuvi not using Thai firmware you cant display Thai JCV, Karaoke did it !
    I asked already little_frog (I think thai users know him so well) to explain how to, but he told me he cant. I think he has good reasons not to share it.
    Hoping someone else may share....naturally if it doesn't need Nuvis' cloning.
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    now I wait and hope google map develop his system better than now

    it already has google street view , traffic info and free

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    Since now, I waited to change from Symbian to Android, because there was no Garmin for Android availible. I often go walking and tracking. I won't miss the outdoor maps from garmin. Then I found this version and I installed it on Samsung Galaxy S3 not rooted I-9300: That softwar works properly. Unfortunately I miss two functions:
    1. transfer and show tracks from mapsource. S3 don't support UMS, so I have to use the SD-Card in a reader. Then I can transfer Tracks and maps from Mapsource to my SD-Card. Unfortunately I didn't found any possibility to show the track in streetpilot. I only ffound to import GPX-Files, but street pilot don't show them. In Garmin Mobile XT there was a special chapter for waypoints and tracks.
    2: Another problem I still have with POIs. POI-Loader saves the .gpi file in the directory /garmin/poi. In the chapter find/poi (scroll down) Owner-POIs I can find my POI-categories, but if I choose one, the category is empty and street pilot doesn't find any POI. The same .gpi-file works propper with mobile XT.
    Does anyone know where the problem is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by groschi2 View Post
    1. transfer and show tracks from mapsource. S3 don't support UMS, so I have to use the SD-Card in a reader. Then I can transfer Tracks and maps from Mapsource to my SD-Card. Unfortunately I didn't found any possibility to show the track in streetpilot. I only ffound to import GPX-Files, but street pilot don't show them. In Garmin Mobile XT there was a special chapter for waypoints and tracks.
    I miss that option too. Is it possible to make it work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by groschi2 View Post
    Does anyone know where the problem is?
    The problem is this version is a ported version from Asus Padfone, some features simply don't work properly.
    SP supports some POIs and shows them listed in Tour Guides, no sound for speedcams for example.
    Chinese speedcams work fine, but with Chinese locale. I made some tests but naturally, we cant use the program in Chinese Coming back to Eu language, speedcams work like before.
    Additionally, there are too many libgarminos and APKs versions around, we are commenting here files posted in post n1 and 2.

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    I repeat and I hope this is the last time:
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    will it support 540 x 960 resolution and on android 4.2.2?

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    ASUS StreetPilot 2.23 ?

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    See:
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    I have 2.2.6 if you want to test:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skylinestar View Post
    will it support 540 x 960 resolution and on android 4.2.2?
    No, read post n1
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