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    Quote Originally Posted by japseye View Post
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    Thank you very much for the info.
    Out of curiosity will the supplied CN Europe NTU 2015.30 3D file work ok with CN Europe NT 2015.20 map or will I have to create a NT 2015.20 3D file
    Since the 3D Buildings (NTU 2015.30) file is unlocked, it can work OK with any kind of map, not just CN Europe NTU or NT.
    It is displayed over any road map in myMaps list!!!
    gmap3d.img for NTU is updated 4 times a year but NT is updated only 2 times.
    NTU's 3D Buildings is larger than NT's (for UK is 0.4 mb larger).

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    Thanks once again, very informative.
    Also out of curiosity is it possible to dissect a larger jcv file into separate countries similar to the way you explained with the 3d ones. Nice to learn something new every day.

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    Sorry but gmap3d.img is usually locked and version dependant, probably you mean gmapdem.img that is unlocked and not version dependant.
    gmap3d.img shows cities buildings pictures on map when you zoom in, DEM map shows 3d terrain shadings.
    NT and NTU have different FID and different gmap3d with different FID. All addition files are version dependant because they contain their version FID.
    This is the reason you must use CNEU NTU if you want JCV.
    NT version doesnt provide a working JCV for SP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by japseye View Post
    Thanks once again, very informative.
    Also out of curiosity is it possible to dissect a larger jcv file into separate countries similar to the way you explained with the 3d ones. Nice to learn something new every day.
    Separate jcv files exist and G Express downloads them when users have lifetime for one region only. You cant build them by yourself, but in CNEU threads usually some users post them along separate regions imgs.

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    Has anyone actually got the jcv files working on this android 800x480 version.
    Im using the ntu map and downloaded regional extras from another thread on this site: UK&RoI ntu unlocked. The contents being

    JCV_LaneAssistPortraitFull - D3170160A.jcv
    JCV_Nuvi-40,50-Android - D2920150A.jcv
    JCV_Split-Screen - D3377140A.jcv

    Now Im guessing that only the JCV_Nuvi-40,50-Android is probably compatible with phone and although Ive tried all three files there does not appear to be any difference when exiting highway, complex junctions etc

    There was also a g2s file with the bundle which I placed in a g2s folder.

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    For SP JCV from Nuvi 40/50 should work just fine. Inside .System folder you must have a JCV folder and in there just copy xxxxxx.jcv file. Always use the jcv file that comes with the version of NTU you have because JCV is one of these files that are version dependant. For example i use only the Greek part of CNEU NTU 2015.30 and for JCV file i use D3589140A.JCV from the same topic you mentioned at the first post, it works in landscape and portrait also.

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    I'm trying to get JCV working for North America map, I use D3478140A.jcv from [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and put it under <internalStorage>\Garmin\.System\JCV but I don't see any different on map. Is there a way to check to see if it's using the JCV file or turn JCV on/off? My phone is running 4.4.2 so <internalStorage> path is \sdcard0

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    Simulate a route to see if junction views will appear.
    Set a route for anywhere that you want to check and start the route in simulation mode.
    Press on the green bar showing the next turn. This will give you a list of all navigation points. Press the down arrow to see if your route will show some JCV
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Simulate a route to see if junction views will appear.
    Set a route for anywhere that you want to check and start the route in simulation mode.
    Press on the green bar showing the next turn. This will give you a list of all navigation points. Press the down arrow to see if your route will show some JCV
    Thanks! JCV is showing, but not fullscreen. There is a small region at top that it's not clipping correctly and portion of map is showing through it. It's a minor bug. Do you know if there is a JCV split screen that will work instead?
    On the right side there is list of bars (one is bordered green) but only half of list is showing (it seem to shift to right and off the screen for half of the image); it's a horizontal alignment problem I think. Little hard to explain; is there a good proggy on Android (not rooted) to use to snapshot the screen to show the error?

    I'm use to creating a route from where I'm at and when I want to review the trip, I activate simulation. But Garmin simulation mode is kind of sucky since you have to turn off GPS to simulate and turning off GPS will not get current position. So this is how I "kludged" it
    1. Make sure GPS Simulator is off via Settings->Navigation->GPS Simulator
    2. After GPS locked, create your route via "Where To?" and make sure you are starting a new route under "Routes" (this will set starting point of route to where you are currently at)
    3. Now turn GPS Simulator on via Settings->Navigation->GPS Simulator
    I know it's silly; but it does work the way I wanted. Also a stupid pop-up will appear while it's simulating (if your simulation is long) asking "Simulate driving this route". Again, it's pretty silly.

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    JCV working!
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    Horizontal alignment problem at right.
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    Clipping problem at top.
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    @ osiris4isis

    With SP you can simulate a route from any point to any point (directly or with route planner).
    - Activate simulation.
    - Tap "Where to" and choose any Address, City, Poi, point on map etc.
    - On the Info page of this point there is now a new button "Set Location", press it.
    - Now this is your starting point and you can create and simulate the route you like.

    The misaligned buttons on the right are your next available Highway Exits on your route (3 in landscape mode, 2 in portrait mode) and are updated as you drive and pass them.
    To deactivate them go to Settings>Navigation>Highway Mode>uncheck
    On devices with larger screens (i.e. 1920x1080) there is no misalignment.
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    In portrait mode the JCV is displayed split screen.
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