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    Quote Originally Posted by nav4me View Post
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    Samsung S3. I still have problems to use jcv. I updated the maps. I use eu2014.30. The normal map and the 3d map are shown in "mymaps". If I start SP there are no messages. The maps are in .system the jcv is in system/jcv. If a crossing comes, the upper screen get gray but now picture with jcv. I tried the D2504150A.jcv and also the D3084120A.jcv Does anyone know what the mistake is?

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    @groschi2

    With this StreetPilot version you should use unicode map of Europe with JCV file for nuvi 40/50 and similar, for example: City Navigator Europe NTU 2014.30 with the D3589100A.JCV

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    thank you. I tried it. The next crossing, which I simulated until now and where the gray picture came in the past. ther is nothing with the new jcv-file. But the new file is smaller. Perhaps there are less crossings inside, than in the other. I must try it with an other crossing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by groschi2 View Post
    there is nothing with the new jcv-file.
    Have you changed your NT map for NTU map?

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    @ Cnfhbr: Thank you for your hint. I didn't know, that jcv depend on the img-version. But it sounds logic. Now I'm loading the NTU-Version. Is the 3D map also different? I think not.
    Is it also possible to use jcv-files from NT-maps with NT-img-files on a s3 Android version?
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    Quote Originally Posted by groschi2 View Post
    Is the 3D map also different? I think not.
    The gmap3d.img is created in the process of compiling the main (detailed) map!

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    Quote Originally Posted by groschi2 View Post
    Is it also possible to use jcv-files from NT-maps with NT-img-files on a s3 Android version?
    Yes, it's possible if the relevant JCV file (ie for nuvi 40/50) exists for this map. This applies to US/EU JCVs mainly, and this StreetPilot version. There is a different situation with Asian JCVs ...
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    Unfortunately Nuvi 40/50 receives from Mapupdater and G. Express CNE NTU and NTU JCV, NT JCV for Nuvi50/40 doesn't exist, so if you want to see junction view pictures in SP you must install CNE NTU, along its own additions files.
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    Thanks to Cnfhbr and to catymag. I changed my img-files from NT to NTU. Now the jcv works properly.

 

 
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