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    Yes, your HWID is 1101

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    Yes...

    <Model>
    <PartNumber>006-B1132-00</PartNumber>
    <SoftwareVersion>340</SoftwareVersion>
    <Description>nüvi 1690</Description>
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    Great! So I can only cross-flash firmwares with the same HWID?

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    I can confirm two succesful attempts converting Nuvi 50 to 52 in Greece following Alviora's way and Neil's advice to save firm as OUT.rgn.
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    when you convert Nuvi 50 --> 52 then model number will be changed too.
    This is about page from Nuvi 50.
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    aek, is that a US/EU 50 or an Asian 50 you have flashed? I commented about the change of model in Post 1 at the end of the tut., and i suspect this is an indication of the close relationship of the x0 and x2 fw & hw?
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    I converted my Nuvi 50 US.
    Close relaTionship , I think so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    aek, is that a US/EU 50 or an Asian 50 you have flashed? I commented about the change of model in Post 1 at the end of the tut., and i suspect this is an indication of the close relationship of the x0 and x2 fw & hw?
    mediatek vs mediatek compatible platform that's all. such as the 0827 and 0943/ dezl 560 - nuvi 2460 etc.
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    Yes, perhaps even identical other than HWID and exterior case .

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    An observation on removing GUPDATE.GCD before flashing with either combined x0/x2 or full x2: Removal of gupdate.gcd is 'Flashing 1.01' to prevent the unit flashing back to the original fw on reboot. *However, in this case it is totally ignored. Similarly, if the x0 & x2 are essentially identical in fw and hw, perhaps there will not be any NV issues if only hard reset is done and not clear NV ? Informed opinions from NSEs & others welcome .....

    *EDIT: I have read that this is not the case with 265W converted to 465 with original 0827 boot bin and that it will flash back on gupdate.gcd ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
    I bought a 3790T from the US and want to use the JCV here in the Philippines but as we all know that is not possible unless I cross-flash a PH fw compatible with this device. Now how will I know if I can do that? How do I determine the HWID of my device?
    Hi! Just want to ask if you were able to enable the Junction View on your US unit.

 

 
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