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    Default how to stop WebUpdater from showing foreign voices updates we dont need

    Hi...my 1st question since joining, hope this is in correct forum.

    Garmin Nuvi 1310(T)

    I have removed all foreign voices (except the 2 British English because I am english from UK) and saved to backup folder on my laptop.

    Now when I connect to laptop and use the Garmin WebUpdater to check for any updates ie:maps/software, I get all the foreign voices (that I removed) showing for download.
    Question is: is there anyway to stop WebUpdater from showing these.

    I dont get as above when I use Garmin Dashboard.

    thanks
    Andy

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    WebUpdater will check what you have within your unit., so just copy back all voices into nuvi if you want webupdater not to offer voices anymore.

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    I don't think I will be reinstalling the voices just so WebUpdater wont offer them lol kinda defeating what I've already done in removing them. Thanks for input.
    Andy

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    As far as I can recall, you can uncheck the voices you don't want to download. Webupdater will keep asking you in future updates - but at least will skip the download phase...

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    There is a very hard way to do it! Write in GarminDevice.xml file in Nuvi a voice files stroke before you launch the updater SW...

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    simple and useful tip
    title changed and added in tutorial section
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giomen View Post
    There is a very hard way to do it! Write in GarminDevice.xml file in Nuvi a voice files stroke before you launch the updater SW...
    Please explain what is "to write a voice files stroke". Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by elig99 View Post
    Please explain what is "to write a voice files stroke". Thank you
    open it with notepad and you''ll see how to

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