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    I can't find the original 37xx logo, the link from "How to change the Nuvi 37xx splash screen (startup/USB logo)" is not working. Do you know of any other place where I can look for it?

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    Looks like succeed in recovering BlueTooth in 34xx. I don't know if it will work always, but for me it worked.
    I executed this batch:
    xrgn,34,1:/34.bin
    ergn,41
    xrgn,34,1:/34.bin
    Where 34.bin is region 34 backup. From offset 0x10 are not FF, but some info.
    And, even startup screen shows 34xx, BT is working.

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    strange that you lost the BT in 34xx ..
    I lost it when the model number change to 37xx (not 3760) but when convert to 34xx firmware (it will show 34xx when boot) and BT will work.

    Anyway, good to know this trick.

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    Post intentionally deleted by me. Sorry
    Last edited by voyager56; 2nd December 2011 at 17:59.

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    and how to change the model number back from 37xx/34xx?

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    Nice information for the thiefs BTW any success on flashing asian firmware by modifying region 34/41? I want to see running VDO player on my 3760...

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    if you like the video player, have to use the 3790V firmware
    I can confirm US unit can go 3790v MY/SG

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    Thanks!!! Haven't try it

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    Quote Originally Posted by voyager56 View Post
    Looks like succeed in recovering BlueTooth in 34xx. I don't know if it will work always, but for me it worked.
    I executed this batch:
    xrgn,34,1:/34.bin
    ergn,41
    xrgn,34,1:/34.bin
    Where 34.bin is region 34 backup. From offset 0x10 are not FF, but some info.
    And, even startup screen shows 34xx, BT is working.
    Yes, it works. That's how I cloned a 3450 device and converted my 3750 into a full 3450. BT looks like it is working but it is not. If you disable it and try to re-enable it in the BT menu, it won't because the BT chip is not soldered on the board.
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    Bluetooth in 34xx is a feature that can be enabled by xml or probably by editing region 140 too. But defalut setting for BT feature is off, if you enable any other feature by xml and you don't add xml for BT too, then it will be reverted to default state.
    Thanks, Kanopus

 

 
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