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    Yes Loly that's correct, some old ones give results with 31 30 35, for others 31 joker 30 joker 35 works. One or the other works for 300_350 blks 476 & 566, 2x0, 2x5 blk 851, 265W, 465, 1xxx --> for instance. But did you try the ones i suggested: 310 blk 566, 6xx blk 569...?
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    @kanopus
    Not sure what's wrong. The non-MTK 2x5 is no problem:

    dhdg

    But this is the result for the MTK in HexCmp and XVI32:

    lepu

    vodh

    t7x8

    What hex editor are you using kanopus? This has got me wet, do you know what i'm doing wrong?
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    Guys, you shouldn't search for anything in GCD files, as the content inside those files is stored in split state. In particular, every 0xFF00-byte (~64KB) chunk is prepended with a special header. So, unpack fw_all.bin before searching.

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    Hi kunix,
    I tried the search again using the fw_all.bin for 310 blk 566, 610 blk 596 and 2x5 blk 1074. No joy for the 310 or 610, but on the fw_all.bin of 2x5 the search 31 00 30 00 35 works. I guess searching the .rgn file would be ok too?
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    yes, inside rgn files the contents are not split.

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    Any clues as to why i'm not getting any search results on the 310 and 610 fw_all.bin files?
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    First of all those devices are not unicode for sure. And also maybe the PCB P/N doesn't start with "105-" in this case?

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    I've got nuvi 670.
    Here is the XML file generated by the unit: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    As you can see, P/Ns start with "006-".

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    On all nuvi PN in xml start with " 006- "

    @Neil

    slika 1
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    This is reason why you can't find PCB number:

    3xx compare
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