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    Quote Originally Posted by acleite View Post
    Hello friends!
    To make easier to beginners I made one AIO (All in One) version for these firmwares to be installed via SD card.
    Only one download, and works for all models of this topic, even with MTK chipset. (all FW version 6.10, includes HWID 971, 972, 1104 and 1106)
    He makes a backup of the original region 16 and then apply the modified one to gps.
    Just extract the contents of this zip in the root of SD card and restart the gps.
    That's it!
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    This is what I see when I extracted.
    -1xxx_TTSLAJCV_610_SD_ACL Folder
    -Garmin (folder)
    -1xx (folder)
    -Backup (folder)
    -Updater (folder)

    So, do I place "1xxx_TTSLAJCV_610_SD_ACL" Folder inside Root SD then restart?

    Thx
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    Extract those folders at the root of SD and restart the gps with the SD inserted into.
    -1xxx (folder)
    -Garmin (folder)
    -Backup (folder)
    -Updater (folder)

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    Quote Originally Posted by acleite View Post
    Extract those folders at the root of SD and restart the gps with the SD inserted into.
    -1xxx (folder)
    -Garmin (folder)
    -Backup (folder)
    -Updater (folder)

    It works fine, I used it yesterday on a friend's 1200
    Extract these files in an empty sd-
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    My first post - pls. go easy on me.

    I have nuvi 1300. I need the Nuvi to show me the speed limit of the road I am traveling on. I downloaded acleite's file from [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and extracted it into the root of an empty sd card. However, I did not get the Nuvi to show the speed limit of the road. What am I doing wrong?

    Details of my Nuvi -
    SW Ver 5.90 S4_R3 V4 2GB
    Boot BLK B1104-00 6.10
    X-Loader B1104-00 6.10
    System B1104-00 5.90
    USA Lifetime Maps

    Thanks in advance.

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    @jcpenny
    Your Boot BLK & X-Loader are showing 6.10 while System is 5.90. Acleite's SD method posted is for units running 6.10 fw. I suspect you have not updated your unit from 5.90 to 6.10 first. You should be able to fix this by flashing standard 6.10 fw from here: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. Your chipset is MTK. Or try running Webupdater.

    The speed limit indicator information is embedded in the map, some maps don't have it. If it still doesn't work, try another map or post again with more into.
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    @Neil,

    Thanks for your help. I have now updated firmware to 6.10 using the Webupdater. Still no cheese! It still does not show the speed limit. The only thing I am looking for is :
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (Image is for information only, its not my Garmin)

    What information can I provide to determine whether my map has the speed limit data or not?
    My Basemap says F0057-01 5.01 - does this help?

    Thanks again.

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    Have you resetted it after flashing ?
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    You have to navigate to get to the good.
    Nuvi1250/Nuvi 34xx/Nuvi 2200/Nuvi 66/Oregon 600/Galaxy S5 MM 6.0.1/TomTom GO/iGO Nextgen Avic,Basar,Isr.Gift/Navigon
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Have you resetted it after flashing ?
    Thanks, yes I did a Hard Reset and now it works. You guys are Awesome. Thanks again!

    Quick question - do I need to leave Acleite's SD card in all the time?
    Last edited by jcpenny; 27th July 2012 at 17:47.

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    @jcpenny
    No. Take it out. It's done it's job and your 1300 now has all those feature enabled permanently. Future standard fw updates will not require you to flash this again. If you wish to check on the Inventory page, you will see that 'Splash' now reads D1340-50. Normally 1300 reads D1340-00. BTW, hard reset is 'flashing 1.01'. Not always necessary, but best done as a routine. Always back up first before as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcpenny View Post
    What information can I provide to determine whether my map has the speed limit data or not?
    My Basemap says F0057-01 5.01 - does this help?
    The speed limit data is attribute of detailed maps. Basemap not have it!
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