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    works like a charm on 2597lmt!!
    Thanx!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Tested working in nuvicam many thanks big-bang ! Fantastic work
    Thread is sticky now.
    catmag , nuvicam its `same the the fingure in left up corner

    thnk you

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    Have I well understood ?
    GPSMAP 64 is MSV : yes and GSV : no.
    To patch next firmware on my 64, I will only have to run steps 1 to 5 on post #1 (no need to create a .rgn file ?).

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    Yes you've understood correctly. None of the units listed as "GSV: ---" need initial loading with RGN file via Updater.exe. Do steps 1 - 5 and then load the patched GCD with WebUpdater.exe or place it manually on the unit named gupdate.gcd.
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    1. What ist the difference between patched and non-patched FW at Eddge1000/GPSMap64?

    Both devices (+Epix) read with unpatched FW CN NT and Topo Maps with changed codepage. Are they reading NTU maps without modifications after this?

    2 At Epix FW (3.1) the tool had no effekt?

    Applying rule set MSV... No matches.
    Applying rule set GVS... No matches.
    The device reads maps similar to Edge/GPSMap -> not NTU
    Last edited by dirtbikermp3; 6th December 2015 at 08:52.
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    NTU maps unlocked with gimgunlockmapsigpatch were not displayed on 64s with non-patched FW (except when changing codepage from NTU to NT).
    Patched FW should allow to display NTU maps (whith no codepage modification) on GPSMap64 even when unlocking them with classical gimgunlock.
    Last edited by sergio2; 6th December 2015 at 10:10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtbikermp3 View Post
    1. What ist the difference between patched and non-patched FW at Eddge1000/GPSMap64?

    Both devices (+Epix) read with unpatched FW CN NT and Topo Maps with changed codepage. Are they reading NTU maps without modifications after this?

    2 At Epix FW (3.1) the tool had no effekt?



    The device reads maps similar to Edge/GPSMap -> not NTU
    you can test epix?
    you need add 2 lines to defs.txt file of patcher.
    Code:
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    please report the results.

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    I copied the lines Position 18+19 under Model-spezific rules

    ; Model-specific rules.
    ; [HWID]
    [1988]
    ma = {70 b5 [7-22] 01 24 [5-15] ?? f1 ?? ?? (01 a8|08 a8|68 46) ?? f1 [60-100] 01 24 ?? ?? ?? ?? (30|70) bd} => {00 20 70 47}
    the patcher log shows:
    Firmware version as specified in GCD file: 3.10 for Epix.
    Firmware name: Software Version 3.10 for Epix.

    Applying rule set ma... Ok.

    File patched successfully.
    The result is saved to D:\EpixSystem_WebUpdater__310_Patched.gcd
    There is no information what is done (MSV, GSV). I think "ma" it is the rule for MSV. But I made no test with the patched FW yet.
    Last edited by dirtbikermp3; 6th December 2015 at 12:25.
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    yes ma is MSV patched, epix dont have gsv check.
    Test the firmware with maps please.

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    Have I right understood ?
    MSV: Yes | GVS: Yes - first time patch *.gcd + *.rng update , next time only patch *.gcd
    MSV: --- | GVS: Yes - first time patch *.gcd + *.rng update , next time only patch *.gcd ( or nothing to do ? )
    MSV: Yes | GVS: --- - first time and next time only patch *.gcd
    MSV: --- | GVS: --- - nothing to do
    After this we can unlock any map ( + NTU whith no codepage modification ) with even classical gimgunlock.
    Last edited by victor777; 6th December 2015 at 13:57.

 

 
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