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    US firmware is impossible to use indo jcv and yes!!! Indonesian firmware will unlock it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aekhong View Post
    US firmware is impossible to use indo jcv and yes!!! Indonesian firmware will unlock it.
    do you know where i can get it? since it seems rarely used here, hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by aekhong View Post
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    unfortunately there is no 1490T, because Garmin Indonesia is not selling this unit. Is it possible if i use 1460 firmware? maybe it'll be loosing bluetooth and traffic capability T_T?

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    You can try 1460 indo.
    Use your original us boot.bin
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    Indonesian 1460 has bluetooth. Traffic capability of your unit depends on the combined car charger/FM traffic receiver cable packaged with you US 1490T (probably GTM 25, or maybe GTM 35) and you would need an Indonesian traffic subscription. If you are inexperienced with cross-flashing fw you should do some research before attempting it. For example, you should use the original US boot.bin combined with the fw1_resources.bin & fw_all.bin from Indonesian fw. If not sure, seek experienced advice first.

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    @Neil
    Your advice is useful.(I am not good in English)
    Its dangerous for 1xxx to face "system software missing" then better to try with original us boot.bin
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    I'm not actually understand how to flash using boot.bin and fw1_resources.bin & fw_all.bin, or etc.. Where can i find this file on my garmin? I've been looking for them, but it seems nowhere :D

    edit: i'm actually downloading RGN_Tool, gonna learn some. Thanks for the advice
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    Yes. You are going on the right way.
    Use rgn_tool to extract your us original gupdate.gcd then save as usboot.bin
    Extract indo gupdate.gcd then save indofw_all.bin & indoresources.bin

    Now you have 3 parts.
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    Merge them by rgn_tool.
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    @aekhong
    Your English is quite OK . Mine is sometimes too 'long-winded' (overly descriptive) but you would know how paranoid I am about inexperienced people trying to cross-flash, especially with 1xxx/2xxx. However, your knowledge is vastly superior to mine in fw flashing, and what knowledge i do have has been from kind people such as you sharing their experience. I really didn't need to get involved at all, but i thought you'd gone offline. He's in good safe hands with you .
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