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    Quote Originally Posted by sroghen View Post
    I created a new GUPDATE.gcd with my hwid 1101 copied to fw_all.bin.

    fw_all shows SW version 220
    boot.bin shows SW version 430

    have unlocked 3D file copied to .syste,

    copied the file to .system, deleted the other one. Then did a hard reset after reboot. Nothing seems to have changed. Under System settings, still hows 4.30. I dont see anything changed.

    Anything ive done wrong?
    I think you have to use Updater.exe cause you have same firmware version as you already installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aekhong View Post
    Go to browse map page and zoom in at 50 meters.
    Asian firmware will show you POIs Icon on map.

    Yep,Can see the POI.
    Im using CHN version
    shows 3D Map unlocked in the Navigation.


    But no 3D map or terrain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sroghen View Post
    Yep,Can see the POI.
    Im using CHN version
    shows 3D Map unlocked in the Navigation.


    But no 3D map or terrain.
    If you are sure about 3d map and already selected from menu Tools-->Settings-->MyMaps.
    Maybe it means 3760 can not use Gmap3d.img
    (I've never heard before about 3Dbuilding map on 3760., Did you try to put it within map folder?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by aekhong View Post
    If you are sure about 3d map and already selected from menu Tools-->Settings-->MyMaps.
    Maybe it means 3760 can not use Gmap3d.img
    (I've never heard before about 3Dbuilding map on 3760., Did you try to put it within map folder?)

    I created a map folder and put in the 3D map. still no good.
    I will try with other firmware versions I guess

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    My gmap3d.img is in the .System folder on my 3750. BTW the US 3750 does not support 3D building either, but it does with the CHN firmware.

    Obvious note: to see 3D building you have to be zoomed closed enough and you must in an area where there is a 3D building...

    Obvious note2: I use the US gmap3d.img. This means I cannot see any building in Europe...
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    Quote Originally Posted by turboccc View Post
    My gmap3d.img is in the .System folder on my 3750. BTW the US 3750 does not support 3D building either, but it does with the CHN firmware.

    Obvious note: to see 3D building you have to be zoomed closed enough and you must in an area where there is a 3D building...
    Hi turboccc.,
    I have 3790 but your 3750' story make me can not stop my wish. I will buy another 3750 to try CHN2.50

    Note to turboccc :: Why not ?? Just put EU 3Dmap and then you can visit The Eifel everytime you want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aekhong View Post
    Hi turboccc.,
    I have 3790 but your 3750' story make me can not stop my wish. I will buy another 3750 to try CHN2.50

    Note to turboccc :: Why not ?? Just put EU 3Dmap and then you can visit The Eifel everytime you want.


    Let me just see....perhaps it could just be Im not next to a 3D building, but I thought it would show 3D terrain.

    I can definitely see the CN North America 3D Unlocked (checked), if I remove the 3D file, this map disappears.

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    Go in Toronto (Garmin office) or New York. Plenty of 3D buildings to see there...
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    Quote Originally Posted by turboccc View Post
    Go in Toronto (Garmin office) or New York. Plenty of 3D buildings to see there...
    Can I simulate the route on the GPS?
    I dont want to drive to Toronto (closest to me) to see whether 3D is enabled

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    LOL! No need to drive or simulate. Just click the map with finger and scroll the map until you are there... Then, zoom in.

    Or

    Click in Where-To, POI, Attractions (or something relevant) and find the CN Tower in Toronto (for example). Selecting this POI will put it on the map.
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