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    Hello Catymag, the fw posted by you will not be patched, but the original Garmin 4.50. I installed it on my Oregon 550 and it works normally but does not support home made JNX (Warning: invalid jnx files). In Setup/About appears as original 4.50.​​. I returned to 4.49 Beta Patched...
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    ok , I copied it from another forum, probably the poster mixed the 2 files- sorry, I delete my post
    thanks for reporting
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    Nuvi1250/Nuvi 34xx/Nuvi 2200/Nuvi 66/Oregon 600/Galaxy S5 MM 6.0.1/TomTom GO/iGO Nextgen Avic,Basar,Isr.Gift/Navigon
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    Congratulations to Catymag and administrators for their sincerity, goodwill and excellent volunteer work... Great Forum!
    Last edited by angelozip; 31st May 2011 at 07:49.

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    thanks, I cant check Oregon files coz I dont have it, but that poster was reliable, I'm sure he'll post the right file as soon he realizes the error, stay tuned
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    Oregon 4.50 Patched, tested and ok, here: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    (For beginners: 1. Certifique that has batteries recharged and be sure have installed a different version of the original 4.50 , 2. Rename the file gupdate.exe in the Garmin folder of memory card, 3. Copy the gupdate.exe patched to the same folder and reboot the gps, 4. Wait for the upgrade, set the parameters and retune the satellites. If update is ok, in Setup / About will display "Patched Version 4.50" and home made JNX files works.. (to return the previous version of firmware, delete the patched gupdate.exe and rename the file of item 2 to its original name: gupdate.exe)
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    Angry I was too fast

    I've just done the upgrade of my 62 to FW 3.00 and the latest patch is for 2.95
    I wanted to use the JNX files of my broken Colorado which has been sent back to Taiwan for a possible repair.

    I hope the new update will be out soon

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    62 Series FW 3.00 -
    To patcher use firmware patcher 2.3 or download the file patched and tested from the link: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (credits to Franz Dur)

    To install follow the instructions from post 36. If you have already installed the original version 3.00 by WebUpdate you must first downgrade to any previous version non beta (2.80, for example). Download an original version in [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. Copy the file gupdate.exe to the folder Garmin of the memory card, reboot and wait for the upgrade. Follow the instructions from post 36 to install patched version and you'll be able to use your files JNX .. (to return the previous version of firmware, delete the patched gupdate.exe and rename the modified file [item2, post 36] to its original name: gupdate.exe)


    Software 3.00 – Detailed Version History

    •Updated magnetic Earth field data
    •Improved GPS performance
    •Improved support for BirdsEye™ Satellite Imagery (each provider's imagery can be configured independently)
    •Increased the maximum number of supported JNX files to 250 from 200
    •Fixed issues with WAAS/EGNOS
    •Fixed issue with track navigation sometimes not adding waypoints to the Active Route list
    •Fixed issue with track and route review from the map page if you came from the elevation plot
    •Fixed issue with MPC map labels disappearing
    •Fixed issue with gpi files that have alerts attached to the points
    •Fixed issue with progress bar displaying properly on power up
    •Fixed issue with track navigation not adding waypoints to the Active Route list when they are exactly equal to a track point
    •Fixed shutdown when unit had more than the maximum number of JNX files on it
    • Fixed shutdown related to topographical maps and land cover text size
    • Fixed Glide Ratio to Destination field
    • Fixed problem with profiles and the fields on the map page
    • Fixed an issue with magnetic north reference and waypoint headings
    • Fixed shutdown on the map screen when a waypoint was being moved to the same location as a geocache or other POIs
    • Fixed issue where proximity waypoint alerts could only be set in feet regardless of what was selected as a Distance/Speed unit in the setup page
    • Fixed an issue with archived tracks not displaying properly
    • Fixed an issue with having too many custom symbols on the device
    • Modified the 'Arriving at Destination' message banner so that it no longer appears when navigating to a geocache
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    @angelozip

    Thank you for your answer.

    My feedback
    I tried this patched firmware 3.00
    No problem to install.
    But so far it behaves like the original one and appears to be like the original in "about". Impossible to use the JNX of my Colorado. Impossible to download something from BaseCamp except a small demo.

    motzkus
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    Motzkus, you're sure to have a previous version installed other than 3.00? If yes, we can say that the version posted was not changed. Anyway now you have to go back to previous version non beta (2.80). Already with a lower version installed (instructions above) try this new option for the link: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (updated in post 38)
    Last edited by angelozip; 2nd June 2011 at 02:01.

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    Hello Angelozip,

    The firmware in your last upload ([Only registered and activated users can see links. ]) is the original unpatched version.

    It takes a few seconds to patch it with the FirmwarePatcher

    Francis

 

 
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