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    All of it! Works fine. Updated by webUpdater a new version.

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    I have rebuilt the maps, renamed, rebooted, and now it works. My current config for the maps is:
    gmapbmap, gmaptz and gmapprom (380mb, with only italy) on the navigator itself (3760->3490 w/ 4gb ram + sd 8gb) and on the sd this structure:
    Directory of o:\garmin
    20/11/2012 14:48 <DIR> ASR
    20/11/2012 14:49 <DIR> SID
    20/11/2012 14:45 <DIR> JCV
    28/10/2012 14:32 588,218,368 gmap3d.img
    29/11/2012 01:31 0 gmappupdate.gsd
    28/11/2012 00:59 3,076,390,912 gmapprom full eu.img

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    now I have an additional question:
    is there a simple and idiot proof way to rebuild completely from scratch?
    This navigator, originally, was not mine. Now it is, but I'm not sure if all the files in the memory are necessary or not.

    I would like to delete all of them (I already did several backups, one before updating to 3490, and other later), connect to the computer, and launch webupdater, so that it will be rebuilt as "virgin" from Garmin (as 3490). I do not think this simple procedure will work, isn't it?

    which is the correct procedure for this purpose?

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    tentative #1, to rebuild "virgin" 3490 (an upgraded 3760), but safely (keeping all the files, to recover at anytime):

    PRE: MTP mode always ON

    1- attach the USB and move all the files into a newly created directory on the nav (i.e. old-3490)
    2- disconnect from USB and restart the navigator; it starts in english, but using the maps on the sd card, and also having saved places still present. Magically a Garmin folder is created and an XML files is present in it.
    3- connect again USB. launch webupdater and let it go. deselect unneded ASR/text/languages.
    4- copied gmapbmap from the old location to the newly created .system dir
    5- disconnect from the usb and let it reboot, select your preferred language, etc.
    6- now in my case, I found first issue: no text and no keyboard for italian, but all the other customization were present.
    7- reconnect USB, to copy keyboard and text, from the old files
    8- disconnect and let it reboot.

    now i have to copy some of the files copied at the end of the upgrade 3760->3490 procedure, will do it tomorrow.
    the unit is working properly, with some of the feature of 3490 missing, due to missing files.

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    @Luk70
    if you can get the manifest.txt from a brand new EU 3490 it will have a list of all files that the unit was loaded with at the factory.
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    Albert Einstein.

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    @Dasilvarsa
    thank you for the suggestion, but i need to find that file: i do not have it, and i also do not have the one for the 3760 (the original version, even if I did a full backup before starting the upgrade).

    any help in finding the file?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luk70 View Post
    @Dasilvarsa
    thank you for the suggestion, but i need to find that file: i do not have it, and i also do not have the one for the 3760 (the original version, even if I did a full backup before starting the upgrade).

    any help in finding the file?
    Nuvi/Garmin/GarminDevice.xml
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    You have to navigate to get to the good.
    Nuvi1250/Nuvi 34xx/Nuvi 2200/Nuvi 66/Oregon 600/Galaxy S5 MM 6.0.1/TomTom GO/iGO Nextgen Avic,Basar,Isr.Gift/Navigon
    Please don't flood my pm box with questions you can post on forum!! You won't hear back from me.

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    Thank you very much for this awesome thread :-). I've successfully converted my 3750 but I didn't know how to flash to the new logo nor enable the other features. I honestly found the final steps confusing. Kindly advice :-).

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    Is it possible to play mp3 files from Micro SD card? If is possible what is correct naming of folders on SD?

    Thanks.

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    You can add new folder with name Mp3.
    I have this folder and nuvi see all mp3 inside.

 

 
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