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    thanks for the reply
    hnr files are suitible for android primo? i see there are inactive or maybe missing some licences??

    edit:problem solved with the world licence pack
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    Hi.

    What's the difference between Europe HERE 2015.Q3 and iGO R3 HERE (Navteq) 2015.Q3 Europe.

    Thanks.

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    The name. Everything else is identical.

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    @ogolog
    All the maps in this thread are R3.
    "R3" means iGO Release 3 . Mapping standards changed since iGo 8.3 to include new features.
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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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    Hi
    I use Igo Primo and I wanted to test igo Nextgen. I put the map of France and these licenses "All Nextgen World Licenses
    Attachment 116428", it works butI dont' have speedcam woirking. What should I do?
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    I'm completely lost.

    I have got iGO Primo (threes thread) already installed and working ok.

    I'm looking for UK maps for truck but I don't know which files I have to download from the chaos in the first page.

    Please, could anyone help me??

    Thanks!!

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    There are no special truck maps. The maps (.fbl) are the same for any vehicle.
    For truck, download the .ftr files and the truck POI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-ulash View Post
    There are no special truck maps. The maps (.fbl) are the same for any vehicle.
    For truck, download the .ftr files and the truck POI.
    Many thank @G-ulash

    Now, I'm downloading [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. I think inside it's the UK map (between many others), correct?

    And I've already downloaded from this thread, the file "poi-ftr.rar" and I'm going to move the content to the right place in my tablet.

    Thanks!!!

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    @Adreno

    Either download NAVTEQ or TOMTOM Maps. According to my knowledge TomTom maps do better job in UK. When it comes to iGO TRUCK parameters you need .ftr files along standard .fbl (map), fda (driver alerts) fsp (history traffic) fpa (point addressing) POI (places of interest).

    Ih short what you need is FTR (truck files) but you need whole set. FTR is just for some parameters for truck drivers so it is just a piece of puzzle.

    Download the latest NAVTEQ or TOMTOM
    Get the latest licenses required to activate the desired content
    Make sure that you have ftr files inside /maps folders
    Get some additional truck POIs

    Check if everything is valid through ABOUT PROGRAM/LICENSES OR CONTENT and specific content.

    Please refer to this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas View Post
    Either download NAVTEQ or TOMTOM Maps. According to mz knowledge TomTom maps do better job in UK. When it comes to iGO TRUCK parameters you need .ftr files along standard .fbl (map), fda (driver alerts) fsp (history traffic) fpa (point addressing) POI (places of interest).

    Ih short what you need is FTR (truck files) but you need whole set. FTR is just for some parameters for truck drivers so it is just a piece of puzzle.

    Download the latest NAVTEQ or TOMTOM
    Get the latest licenses required to activate the desired content
    Make sure that you have ftr files inside /maps folders
    Get some additional truck POIs

    Check if everything is valid through ABOUT PROGRAM/LICENSES OR CONTENT and specific content.
    Texas, as usual, really helpful, thanks!!!

    Now, I'm dowloading the maps. I'll let you how I finish.

    Thanks!!
    Last edited by Adreno; 27th February 2016 at 17:27.

 

 
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