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    Make an hard reset

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    Quote Originally Posted by putipu View Post
    Make an hard reset
    How to hard reset?

    Note: understand that Asia JCV Splash will be D1340-65 instead of D1340-50. Will this be the root cause?
    Last edited by superxray; 29th January 2013 at 13:24.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superxray View Post
    Hi,
    I applied the AIO SD flash method and noticed that my device (1350t) was flashed to D1340-50.
    After that, I installed MalFreeMap (SG&MY map) and found that my device will reboot upon JCV detected.
    Any idea how to fix it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    US/EU fw 1xxx devices cannot see Asian JCV files, and will experience a crash and reboot error when attempting to display them. You can use the asian maps without problems of course. How to make a hard reset: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

    Understand that Asia JCV Splash will be D1340-65 instead of D1340-50.
    In this case, any idea how to "edit" the D1340-50 to D1340-65?

    Note: I hard reset my device and still experience a crash and reboot error when attempting to display JCV.

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    @superxray
    Hard reset will do nothing to remedy the Asian JCV problem with US/EU device. The link to 'How to reset a Garmin device' thread was only there because you asked in your post '[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]'

    You cannot simply 'edit' the splash to enable local jcv. To see a particular Asian jcv you would need to flash the corresponding fw, in your case SG/MY. Each asian jcv is encrypted differently, i.e. SG/MY device won't see TH, PH, TN etc and vice versa, but at least it won't crash and reboot like US/EU fw encountering asian jcv. The choice for you is:

    1. Leave your device as US/EU fw, just use the map but don't load the SG/MY jcv (my recommendation).

    2. Try to flash SG/MY fw so that you will see the local jcv. But .... don't do it unless you know what you are doing and are prepared to risk bricking it. If you use original US boot bin you should be able to flash back though. Further discussion here would be OT, so seek advice/assistance elsewhere on the forum if you want to try. Even if you are successful and local jcv works, there may be other downsides such as TTS voices not performing satisfactorily so chances are you'll not be 100% happy anyway.
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    Any ideas why Lane assist, JCV and speed limit indicator features are disabled by Garmin in Nuvi 1300? Just for marketing/pricing or due to hardware limitations (CPU speed, memory size etc.), which don't allow device to work properly and reliably with features enabled?

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    Quote Originally Posted by b3242 View Post
    Any ideas why Lane assist, JCV and speed limit indicator features are disabled by Garmin in Nuvi 1300? Just for marketing/pricing .....
    The first suggestion

    In Italy the nuvi 1300 you buy with JV function by default.
    Same 1390T (All the EU....may be in the World)

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    For enable JCV with FW 6.20 you have in the post [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

    First when nuvi 1300 come in store, all nuvi have splash D1340-00 and all 1350 have D1340-30.
    After 6 month or 1 year came new nuvi 1300 and 1350 with default number D1340-50.

    You buy your nuvi long time ago or from old series.

    I buy nuvi 1300 when he came out and in that time all nuvi 1300 in the EU and USA have splash number D1340-00, only nuvi 1390 and 1490 have splash D1350-50
    We first enable JCV with CHN number D1340-65 and then try with splash from 1490 and found out that D1340-50 work for enable speed, La and JCV

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    Quote Originally Posted by b3242 View Post
    Any ideas why Lane assist, JCV and speed limit indicator features are disabled by Garmin in Nuvi 1300? Just for marketing/pricing or due to hardware limitations (CPU speed, memory size etc.)
    Yes! In general Garmin marketing have next tendency - the greatest feature for the greatest and the most expensive preloaded maps and devices accordingly (full coverage of continent for example). There is logic in it
    Love your wife? Buy yourself a GPS for answering to her favorite question: "Dear, where are you?".

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    For enable JCV with FW 6.20 you have in the post [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
    Thanks, I overlooked this post.

    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    You buy your nuvi long time ago or from old series.
    I bought my 1300 a year ago, it sometimes rebooted until upgrade to FW 6.20. Now life is somewhat boring without reboots, so I've decided trying new features

 

 
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