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    Android Garmin Street Pilot version 2.37 available (not cr#cked)

    Garmin Street Pilot version 2.37 available (not cr#cked)



    It's available for PF2 - of 7- 11
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    PadFone2 Firmware: V11.8.4.23 Only for TW SKU (Android 4.4)
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    2. Improved automatic font ordering
    3. Improved GPS voice navigation system of Garmin
    4. Improved Wi-Fi connection
    5. Surpport ZenUI Apps unbundle
    6. Improved call recording quality
    7. Fixed the issue of backlight
    8. Improved fast video recording under the Camera mode
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    could anyone explain why SP2.37 hasnt been cracked yet? or how to do it in steps?

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    Do you know how to disassembly apk?

    If no, then no tutorial will help you.

    In all version is different procedure, so step by step tutorial can't be done

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    i actually did some research these days. and compared source code from SP2.35/37 and cr@cked version of 2.35 as well. if nobody else working on this i may take some time to cr@ck 2.37 next week.

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    Flagmax checked it but
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    so he abandoned v.2.37
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlcsj View Post
    i actually did some research these days. and compared source code from SP2.35/37 and cr@cked version of 2.35 as well. if nobody else working on this i may take some time to cr@ck 2.37 next week.
    "Source code," I highly doubt that you have it.

    The real cr@cking stuff happened by voodoo, Black Wolf and djeman. Since then the proper word is "porting." We go back in time and study what the they did and where. Then we take a newer version and search for the same areas(about 77 places, over 800 bytes to patch). We transplant the hack to the areas. Fix up the addresses and offsets. Package the library back and hope it runs. The 800x480 version is a "mod" and worthy of honor which was started by lolypop000 and others joined and helped with various tasks, their names you can read in credits of the release thread.

    The things that hindered the 2.37 release is the lack of new features, the fact that 2.35 runs really well for most and the loss of Search as catymag noted.

    But if the majority sees otherwise and do want 2.36 and 2.37 well then...

    Wish you the best in your journey and I am willing to provide hints.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flagmax View Post
    "Source code," I highly doubt that you have it.

    The real cr@cking stuff happened by voodoo, Black Wolf and djeman. Since then the proper word is "porting." We go back in time and study what the they did and where. Then we take a newer version and search for the same areas(about 77 places, over 800 bytes to patch). We transplant the hack to the areas. Fix up the addresses and offsets. Package the library back and hope it runs. The 800x480 version is a "mod" and worthy of honor which was started by lolypop000 and others joined and helped with various tasks, their names you can read in credits of the release thread.

    The things that hindered the 2.37 release is the lack of new features, the fact that 2.35 runs really well for most and the loss of Search as catymag noted.

    But if the majority sees otherwise and do want 2.36 and 2.37 well then...

    Wish you the best in your journey and I am willing to provide hints.
    thanks for your explaination. i meant i took some time looking through the dex/jar code in my last post, not about the libs. do you know if theres any interesting changes in 2.37?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rlcsj View Post
    thanks for your explaination. i meant i took some time looking through the dex/jar code in my last post, not about the libs. do you know if theres any interesting changes in 2.37?
    The actual Streetpilot app is the Native library libgarminos.so inside the Apk. Use IDA Pro to study it. I did limited testing on 2.37 on my test device but could not find any new features. Perhaps they fixed some other bugs under the hood, I don't know. No support for newer TTS voices. Search is broken for full "123 Main st" address that works beautifully in 2.35. So at this time I have demeaned 2.36 and 2.37 as a downgrade over 2.35. I am personally using 2.35 so don't feel you are missing out on something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flagmax View Post
    The actual Streetpilot app is the Native library libgarminos.so inside the Apk. Use IDA Pro to study it. I did limited testing on 2.37 on my test device but could not find any new features. Perhaps they fixed some other bugs under the hood, I don't know. No support for newer TTS voices. Search is broken for full "123 Main st" address that works beautifully in 2.35. So at this time I have demeaned 2.36 and 2.37 as a downgrade over 2.35. I am personally using 2.35 so don't feel you are missing out on something.
    great. i just got a little bit curious about the version. anyway, its still good to learn new things.

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    Hello wrote the line changes have been organizing since Arabic unfortunately appear inverse Is this possible update to resolve the problem

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