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    Thank you for this wonderful tool I have waiting for such thing for a long time.
    we hope to find tools for the freeze devices (( Garmin ))

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    What's the exact problem? Freezing is not a real problem it's a just symptom. For example, when formatted to NTFS, many nuvis will freeze.
    Usually freezing devices are cured with GarminCure3 and/or by clearing NV memory.
    Last edited by kunix; 4th November 2012 at 09:14.

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    Hi,
    GarminCure3 it's an alternative tool about Garmin Webupdater?

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    No, it has nothing to do with updating firmwares or other files. It's used for creating CURE firmwares from normal firmwares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kunix View Post
    No, it has nothing to do with updating firmwares or other files. It's used for creating CURE firmwares from normal firmwares.
    amazing software , great work of coding!!!
    but may i ask a question?
    in the case is impossible to connect the nuvi to the pc via usb (usb connetion)?

    ps may i know where does nuvi store the firmware exactly? is there a special memory for it (like dvd burners) or in the solid disk just like all the other files(like maps and so on)

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    If the Nuvi cannot be connected to the PC via USB or it does not enter into pre-flash mode via USB it is not possible to load GarminCure3.
    Some work can still be done via SD Card. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Lolypop and Kunix and others are the masters on the Forum on this technique.

    The Firmware is stored in Flash Memory Regions, There is a Flash memory Chip inside the Nuvi connected to an ARM Processor.
    Example: a 3490 with HWID 1376 -- boot.bin is flashed to region Hex 0C, fw1_Resources.bin Hex 7F and fw_all.bin Hex 0E
    Flash Memory regions are reserved areas inside the Flash Memory chip that have a start adress and a end adress.
    Flash Memory Regions are also used for other functions, eg Region DEC 41 is the NVRAM, This is where unlock codes for Maps and other important Parameters are stored.
    It is possible to read and write to some regions using the technique in [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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    Default Garmin Nuvi 1350 stuck on loading maps

    Hi all,

    I really need and advice or guide from all the guru here.

    Just now i have updated the map and added custom poi in to my garmin nuvi 1350. after apdated the map and custom poi, i reboot the gps and it stuck on the loading maps.

    Even i connect it to pc, the mass storage wont appear because i havent boot till the stage that windows can detect it yet. try to hard reset by pressing the bottom right and erase all user data, it also stuck on the pressing yes or no button.

    I use GarminCure3 and updater to reflash the device but after reboot, it is still the same and stuck on the loading maps.

    Please help me....

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    Flash in pre boot with cure and when you have mass storage, remove maps and poi.
    Flash with original fw and your nuvi will turn on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanleychan View Post
    Just now i have updated the map and added custom poi in to my garmin nuvi 1350. after apdated the map and custom poi, i reboot the gps and it stuck on the loading maps.
    Please help me....
    Before you will use any cure software you always can use pretty tricks in the your case:

    With the nuvi powered off, press and hold the upper left hand corner of the touchscreen with your finger.
    Continue to hold the touchscreen while pressing and releasing the power button on the device.
    Plug USB.
    Wait for few minutes...

    Usually Garmin Nuvi 1xxx start in Masstorage mode and you can delete all wrong files of POI and voice without problem.
    Love your wife? Buy yourself a GPS for answering to her favorite question: "Dear, where are you?".

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    I have a garmin nuvi 255 that I accidentally formatted .. the navigator is read as usb but there are no files ... How to start? what do I need?

 

 
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