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    Installed and works great on S100! Works fine with tomtom 2015Q4 maps. Thanks a lot!

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    Hi Kajoe,

    Will this version work with South_Africa_HERE_2015.Q3_151119.fbl?

    Is there a way to hack the license files to include this version? I have been looking all over trying to find a map set of Southern Africa to work with iGo Primo Nextgen Wince. No luck so far.

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    Hi jprous

    You have to look for licenses in license thread. I do not post maps.
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    Hi Weresgyufa

    No for now it is not possible to run on AVIC F900BT. I have tried it, but memory is much to low to run it.
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    Hi rluijt.

    If you go to audio settings you have to quit Nextgen first. The problem you mentioned cannot be resolved. You have to live with it. It is easy to shutdown Nextgen. Just push the stripes in the lower right corner and hold it until Nextgen shutsdown. After adjusting other settings you can push navigation button again and Nextgen starts.

    For camera that is weird. Do you have the latest firmware for you S100? And did you use a relais between camera and power? Because when you don't have a relais power wil get too low for the head unit. And that might be the reason why Navigation don't start after reverse.
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    I would advice everybody to use my 19-05-2016 version. It works on allmost all units. (with less memory too). It is fast and smooth. And with Pongo Skin it is really awesome.

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    And if you do not like Pongo Skiin, you can remove UX folder and add the "MULTI Modified default skin + complete UX-plugins"
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    Thank you for your efforts, this version really looks nice but I switched back to Primo 2.4 as from my experience works much smoother on my WayteQ x960BT (SiRF Atlas V, 664MHz ARM11, 128MB RAM). I tested your version yesterday and I wasn't satisfied enough to stay on NextGen. There are also still some licensing issues for Here 2015.Q4 (red content for .ftr) and .dem (Europe Nasa).

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    Quote Originally Posted by janch View Post
    Thank you for your efforts, this version really looks nice but I switched back to Primo 2.4 as from my experience works much smoother on my WayteQ x960BT (SiRF Atlas V, 664MHz ARM11, 128MB RAM). I tested your version yesterday and I wasn't satisfied enough to stay on NextGen.
    Totally agree with you ....
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    That's why in my old devices WinCE ,I use only Primo

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    Hi There!

    I have a Erisin HU which also an MTK processor based and has WinCE 6.0 OS. I would like to install your version of IGo Primo Nextgen, but the link what it has been published is currently blocked in my country due to illegal gambling!

    Could you be so kind to send me a valid link which is useful for me or sending the whole stuff via mammutmail.com? My gmail box is gondor.laszlo

    Thanks and regards
    Laszlo

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    extra link added in first post.
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