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    Quote Originally Posted by x-trail View Post
    First you enable "new" features (mp3, video, etc) with the xml files (copy all of them together) and then you will use webupdater to update the firmware and all the additional features, downloading the proper files for 34xx (like keyboards etc.).
    Webupdater recognizes your device as 34xx now, and all the files you can see in the additional updates section of webupdater are for a 34xx device.
    Interesting response , thank you. I copied all the xml files on my garmin, now should I do anything on my garmin to enable these features ( click or tick them on settings?) or they automatically recognized-enabled from the first boot since the day I copied them to my device! Also, you said that next I should run webupdater to install some 34xx proper files(keyboards..) BUT this means that I should update to 7.60 or there is way to install the 34xx files without updating? Because, If I remember right , webupdater told me (recognized) that I had a 3760 device but there was an update to continue, which was v7.60= 34xx firmware

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    With recent firmwares copying .xml files wont enable features, to do it must use sd files or use enable features application.
    Yes Caty, you're right.
    That's why, when I manually transform a 37xx->34xx I use the old 3.60 firmware for 34xx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAVVAS. View Post
    Interesting response , thank you. I copied all the xml files on my garmin, now should I do anything on my garmin to enable these features
    It wont work with sw 7.60 :read my previous post n 741. Use sd to enable features and logo.

    Also, you said that next I should run webupdater ...... was an update to continue, which was v7.60= 34xx firmware
    Yes, if you followed my starting post ,you renamed some folders before converting(Text, keyboards etc,) , well you can delete them and run Webupdater to get 34xx ones. Some other needed files Webupdater doesnt download are posted in this thread.

    I already told you, it shows 37xx, but it acts as a 34xx. Because Webupdater reads GarminDevice.xml and it's a 34xx GarminDevice.xml
    Your 37xx doesnt exist anymore, it's a 34xx now. Forget 37xx!.
    Read threads posts, you'd save your time .
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    Ok thanks for replying me, I do realized that I have 34xx software that's for sure but when it starts it shows the Garmin logo and then shows 3760 and also in the about screen it shows again 3760! Is that what it shows to you? Also, can you please pm me or anybody their GarminDevice.xml, I think if I can modified it with someone else that shows correctly the name then it may be fixed!

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    @SAVVAS
    GarminDevice.xml recreates itself everytime you restart nuvi, you can edit it ,but it will return to its original version when you restart. You can even delete it and nuvi will rebuild it like it was.

    Converted 37xx to 34xx shows 37xx in Settings/about and in starting screen. There is a quite complicated way to make it show 34xx, but it's completely useless.

    GarminDevice.xml is not to share on public forums because it contains personal maps codes and Nuvi ID. If published someone could clone your nuvi.
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    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
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    You can't change this number in easy way if this be so easy than all who convert from 37xx to 34xx will change this number.
    Garmindevice.xml is created automaticly on boot so if you change anything inside xml after new boot will be overwriten.

    PLEASE read first post and tutorial Index and you learn a lot of thing and you will also figure out that you can't change number on first screen if you change something in xml.

    Only way to change this number is in reg 41 but you can brick your device and this is reason why nobody change this number and you also must know how to convert reg41 that you can then see what is inside this region.

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    @Loly
    I see we wrote quite the same words
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    Quite the same words and in the same time

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    Ok guyz , after reading your almost identical responses now I can rest in peace, everything is working as it should be according to what has been said! I made a mistake and move on straight with this tutorial without reading the other corresponding tutorials , hopefully evererything went well in the expense of time and the help from you guyz!!! Carry on your excellent work-contribution.

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    And now you create another mistake

    Caty is girl

 

 
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