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    Android Install Garmin Street Pilot v.2.16 Samsung Galaxy Android 4.1.2 Detailed Instructions&Pics

    Install Garmin Street Pilot On Samsung Galaxy Android 4.1.2 easy way


    Finally Garmin Street Pilot is available on Android 4.1.2-

    This works only on 4.1.1 and 4.1.2 Jelly Bean.
    This doesn't work on Android 4.0.x or Android 4.2.x, 4.3
    (Questions about 4.0.x , 4.2.x or 4.3 will be trashed or moved here : [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] )
    This app has been ported from Asus Padfone, you wont find it on Google Play

    Devices that are reported to work in post [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    NOT SUPPORTED and NOT Working on:
    NVIDIA Tegra 3
    MediaTek MT6575
    MediaTek MT6577
    MediaTek MT6589
    Credits and thanks to all Sosaw forum people providing resources to make this possible.

    Interface in my PhilZ rooted Galaxy S2 stock rom is perfect. Satellites fix works, some glitches.
    Navigation is ok, simulation works fine.
    Best condition to have it working fine is: rooted phone and install to sdcard. Other solutions can give problems with autorotation, battery and sat.signal icons.
    Warning: Maps compiled by CGPSMapper compiler often crash when calculating a route or recalculating a route, Garmin City Navigators work fine. A workaround here:
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackmawatan View Post
    Everytime you start the program, the volume goes down that you can't hear. you have to raise it manually all the time after route calculation, at least that's happening to me.
    Solution:Volume must be managed by phone volume settings after starting SP.
    Quote Originally Posted by rusnak666 View Post
    street pilot works perfect, but is there any way to change the time settings? i mean gmt zones
    Solution:
    Quote Originally Posted by jackmawatan View Post
    @rusnak666
    download gmaptz.img and put it in the.System folder of Garmin
    All other settings will be retained after you fix satellites and Street Pilot gets the position.
    GPS ON drains a lot of battery so, when you close SP close GPS too by hitting the backbutton and selecting "OK". Don't exit using your "Home" button.


    Step by step instructions and files.

    Spoiler: instructions
    I removed from original Sosaw's pack China map and I added some needed files I could download with Webupdater copying, in a Garmin folder, in a pendrive ,StreetPilot GarminDevice.xml file-

    To test it I installed it to sdcard , but you can use other libgarminos+ related apk to install Garmin in other locations.

    First download Garmin folder(Complete Package) and copy in your phone sdcard (internal memory)
    Garmin.rar - RAR archive, unpacked size 680.152.523 bytes
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    mirrors
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    Copy unlocked detailed .IMG (use gimgunlock to unlock ) gmapprom.img
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    + gmapbmap .img +gmaptz.img + 3dgmap.img + gmapdem.img to .System

    NOTE:
    Quote Originally Posted by agoattamer View Post
    I noticed there is an error in the Garmin.rar upload. The basemap file is gmapbmap .img. (Notice the space between p and . which is not correct nor allowed for android)
    Replace gmapbmap.img with this one:
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    Copy JCV to \Garmin\.System\JCV (test and pics in post n2)
    You can find every files here:
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    NOTE: Street Pilot supports cityxplorer maps and NTU maps. It acts like a Nuvi 34xx. You can create a folder "Map" in Garmin directory and add multiple anyname.imgs.
    SP cant see encrypted gpi files, Cyclops are encrypted, use SCDB. No sound ,but they appear on map.



    Files structure:

    Garmin folder to copy in phone


    .System:



    Install Garmin Street Pilot 2.16 APK (English&Taiwanese)
    StreetPilot.rar - RAR archive, unpacked size 12.828.757 bytes
    Download:
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    To have other languages installed use goodoane's apk :

    Quote Originally Posted by goodoane View Post
    A repacked apk version for non rooted phones (sdcard) with menu language to install other language than English and Taiwanese .
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    It's good for rooted phones too.
    It's a repacked apk version for non rooted phones (sdcard) with menu language to install other language than English and Taiwanese .


    Spoiler: click again
    After installation don't run SP.
    Download
    libgarminos.so
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    and
    libgmtx.so
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    Unrar the archives
    With Root Explorer
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    or ES File Explorer copy libgarminos.so to /data/data/com.Garmin.Android.apps.gmobilext/lib/(if not present create this directory)



    With RE Manager, or ES File Explorer to copy libgmxt.so to/system/lib/



    Modify libgmxt.so permissions:
    Read permissions: user, group and other
    Write permissions: user


    Now you can install languages with SP languages from Appl.menu in phone if you used goodoane's apk .
    Run Street Pilot and enjoy.


    Spoiler: Some screens from my S2:












    Here other libgarminos.so to install it in external sd card etc
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    or all the possible files in post n2


    Quote Originally Posted by tangbohu View Post
    A new version, 2.16, is out. It support both 4.1.1 and 4.1.2 and all resolutions!

    no root version:
    Spoiler: click
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    need root version:
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    For bigger resolution, like me on Galaxy Note (1280x800), you can use the libgarminos.so from v2.14 and it will give you large font and better view.
    Cheers!

    All credit goes to wkj525 at sosaw.com.

    Quote Originally Posted by agoattamer View Post
    Here is the libgarminos file I used for my Samsung I717 Note running 4.1.2. It has the non modified battery. It supports the Garmin folder on the external sd card. (storage/extSdCard/Garmin/)
    in post n 37
    Quote Originally Posted by chinnachot View Post
    tested working 2.16 extSdCard no root add language
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    StreetPilot 2.22_extSdCard_noroot_add_th.apk
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    Quote Originally Posted by anuchit View Post
    remix [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Quote Originally Posted by anuchit View Post
    or copy [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] to Garmin/.System/ExtData/
    Quote Originally Posted by baghdadvaio View Post
    Post n.466
    Hello, for no root version my Samsung I9070 (Galaxy Advance)

    Garmin Street Pilot 2.22 all Voice Language and Text Language
    Quote Originally Posted by baghdadvaio View Post
    Translate about 99% in Garmin StreetPilot.
    (the old th_TH.glx translate about 60% and not self selectable)
    I also tested in the nuvi 3590 and works perfectly.

    Inside is:
    keyboards
    - th_TH.kbd
    Text
    - th_TH.glx
    - th_TH_PRX.glx
    - th_TH_TRF.glx
    voice
    - Thai__.vpm

    Copy all in folder Garmin.
    in post 577




    Cityxplorer test :works fine with FID 800 generated .unl file+ FID 800.img in Map folder

    Spoiler: CX screenshots
    Attached Files Attached Files
    Last edited by catymag; 05-03-2014 at 03:42 PM. Reason: updated

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    All paths libgarminos.so files
    credits : qq123580

    from a BlackWolf post in another thread :for people who do not want to root their Android devices, my idea is to repack original StreetPilot .apk files and adding patched libgarminos.so and libgmxt.so, which would replace the original .so files - libgarminos.so, libgmxt.so , which are inside .apk, so in that way patched files will be added to the places where they need to be added, and the installation would then be ok too for no-rooted devices
    Quote Originally Posted by manojmat View Post
    Modifying the libgarminos is sufficient to get it running. However, on some phones, the libgarminos file from the apk will replace the modified libgarminos upon reboot. Then you need to replace the libgarminos file manually after each reboot for it to work. If your phone does not replace the libgarminos file at reboot, you can use any apk and place the modified libgarminos in the correct path. But if your phone does not work that way and if replacing the file on every reboot is too much of a hassle, you have two further options

    1) Use a blank apk, ie an apk whcih does not have the libgarminos lib file included. Then you just need to place the modified libgarminos file in the correct path and nothing gets overwritten on reboot.
    2) Or you can decompile the apk, and make the necessary changes in the libgarminos file and recompile it with the modified file.



    sdcard

    libgarminos-sdcard.part1.rar (4.4 MB)
    libgarminos-sdcard.part2.rar (2.9 MB)
    Spoiler: link
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    / Storage/sdcard0/Garmin

    libgarminos-sdcard0.part1.rar (4.4 MB)
    libgarminos-sdcard0.part2.rar (2.9 MB)
    Spoiler: link
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    / Storage/sdcard1/Garmin

    libgarminos-sdcard1.part1.rar (4.4 MB)
    libgarminos-sdcard1.part2.rar (2.9 MB)
    Spoiler: link
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    / Storage / extSdCard / Garmin

    libgarminos-extSdCard.part1.rar (4.4 MB)
    libgarminos-extSdCard.part2.rar (2.9 MB)
    Spoiler: link
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    / Storage / external_sd / Garmin

    libgarminos-external_sd.part1.rar (4.4 MB)
    libgarminos-external_sd.part2.rar (2.9 MB)
    Spoiler: link
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    / Storage / sdcard_ext / Garmin

    libgarminos-sdcard_ext.part1.rar (4.4 MB)
    libgarminos-sdcard_ext.part2.rar (2.9 MB)
    Spoiler: link
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    / Mnt / sdcard / external_sd / Garmin

    libgarminos-mnt-sdcard-external_sd.part1.rar (4.4 MB)
    libgarminos-mnt-sdcard-external_sd.part2.rar (2.9 MB)
    Spoiler: link
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    / Mnt / sdcard / Garmin

    libgarminos-mnt-sdcard.part1.rar (4.4 MB)
    libgarminos-mnt-sdcard.part2.rar (2.9 MB)
    Spoiler: link
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    / Mnt/sdcard/external1/Garmin /

    libgarminos-mnt-sdcard-external1so.part1.rar (4.4 MB )
    libgarminos-mnt-sdcard-external1so.part2.rar (2.92 MB)
    Spoiler: link
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    ---------------------------------------------------------------------

    Pedestrian navigation:
    Press and hold for some seconds here

    this menu will appear:

    and you'll get pedestrian mode




    ------------------------------------------------------


    if you have problems with bad battery icon indicator you must modify libgarminos.so
    but the file posted in starting post it's already modified
    Note libgarminos.so in apk installer must match the one you copy in phone.


    Spoiler: link


    -----------------------------------------------------------

    JCV test
    Galaxy S2 rooted ,SP posted in starting post +languages +CNEU NTU 2013.41+Nuvi 40/50 NTU D3589070A.JCV

    I tested JCV just in simulation and it works, I disabled highway mode.
    When testing check please for the right path and for the right file: JCV version must be the same of CN version (2013.41 NTU .img+jcv 2013.41 NTU version).
    Some maps will show jcv with copyright warning (Thai map).
    Path is Phone/Garmin/.System/JCV/DXXXXXA.jcv
    I used Nuvi 40/50 NTU JCV ,not so great as resolution but it works fine in portrait as split screen and in landscape as full screen, 34xx high res. NTU JCV shows a blank window instead, better resolution ,but it shows correctly just when you tap upper blue bar and select the junction you want to see, but it doesnt show in navigation.

    Using NT map you can try series 1xxx jcv and give us feedback




    Last edited by catymag; 12-09-2013 at 01:10 AM. Reason: added libgarminos files and BW note+ jcv test

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    Working on Samsung Galaxy s3 mini GT-I8190 non-rooted Jelly Bean 4.1.2

    I installed it this way

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    1 - Copy Garmin Folder to Phone Internal SD CARD
    2 - Make Directory Map inside Garmin
    3 - Copy Unlocked .IMG file of City navigator to Map directory ( This is the main map called gmapprom.img )
    4 - Copy gmapbmap .img + gmaptz.img + 3dgmap.img + gmapdem.img to .System
    5 - Copy JCV to \Garmin\.System\JCV
    6 - Copy non-rooted version of Street Pilot 2.16 to Phone Internal SD CARD
    7 - Installed App
    8 - Reboot Phone
    9 - Switched on Flight mode and enabled GPS only
    10-Launched Steet Pilot

    In the first time i started Street pilot it took +- 15 Seconds to start then screen went blank , and there was a notification in the phones notification menu.
    I clicked the notification and it took +- 15 seconds to open, however it was in chinese so i had to fiddle arround but if you select the red mouth and change the
    settings you can get it into English mode and save your settings

    Each time you start street pilot it takes +- 10 seconds to Start but all is working fine . And settings is stored correctly

    However the volume needs to be set manually with phone volume button.

    Here is the Links I used

    For map

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    For Garmin Folder

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    look in POST #1

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    To ALL that helped to get this to work BIG BIG THANKYOU !!!
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    Works like a charm if you follow what herries and catymag has, one thing though the primary map needs to be name gmapprom and not gmapsupp or Streetpilot will crash. Anyone have any idea on how to add "Test Language" I'm only getting American English and maybe ? Taiwanese. Thanks

    Herries what kind of phone do you have? I have SGS2 stock rom 4.1.2 and it is only takes about 5 to 10 secs max to load up ??maybe its because you have the maps in a Map folder instead of .System folder??

    Reporting a bug: If you search for something and hit the info button the details come up, there is a button to call the place you have search ie restaurant, store etc. That crashes Streetpilot. Not a big deal just reporting the big.
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    Look in post n1 ,bottom ,you'll find the Multilanguage apk to install. After installing find Street Pilot language in phone apps and run it.

    My pack contains all the needed txt files
    Read my post for map naming.

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    After playing a while with SP and configuring it , i saw it takes +- 10 sec to start now not 30.

    Samsung Galaxy s3 mini GT-I8190

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    Default Like everybody else...... waiting for traffic routing capability!

    I'm surprised that a work-around to enable traffic data hasn't been discovered yet.... maybe someday it'll happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LavaTech View Post
    I'm surprised that a work-around to enable traffic data hasn't been discovered yet.... maybe someday it'll happen.

    It is a C.R.A.C.K.E.D app , if you want live services then you have to buy app

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    Quote Originally Posted by herries View Post
    It is a C.R.A.C.K.E.D app , if you want live services then you have to buy app
    Not necessarily true, an enterprising individual found a solution for the iphone version and it's likely possible for android too.

    Buying this app is (presently) a NON-solution...it isn't for sale!

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    Thought i would give it a go on rooted android v4.2.1, StreetPilot v2.16 crashes :*(

    EDIT: Not working on 4.2.1 or 4.2.2
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