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    Android iGO PRIMO NEXTGEN - All services activated

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    Yes it is aligned very well in both modes. It simply shows how much fuel, money we need for certain route. Unfortunately we do not currency. I checked it and it is pretty accurate...the thing is...it just does not work with TRUCK mode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris4isis View Post
    That's the thing. You need to decompiled all *.lua in data.zip, the_skin.zip and all UX's used by Avic (including fuel.zip) Then a global search can be done to find out where the variable was created.
    Hello mate,

    I decompiled all *.lua files inside the data.zip and all in UX folder. I attach uncompressed data and ux files. The *.lua files are inside in the original subfolders the keep the original structure. Enjoy

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    Sneak peek at my Route Preference hack for Avic
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    I'm still combine...tested and Gift and Avic Basar, mixing, using different data, ux packs, skins...and...close to perfect, but...

    Which license is responsible for fuel prices in AB? Or I wiped it or do not have it, service tell me: please go shoping in app
    Weather from Avic Basar not work for my region. Weather from Gift is working. How to make AB ver work (exchange does not give results), or it must be done in main app itself?
    Also, when put 2D-3D button (arimi) in BA - iGO can not start (resolution not supported !?). Zoom ux button does not appear...

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    Basar Avic & Izrael Gift are working at same storage (internal) with same shared content (external mSD). MM 6.0.1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boki_Srb View Post
    I'm still combine...tested and Gift and Avic Basar, mixing, using different data, ux packs, skins...and...close to perfect, but...

    Which license is responsible for fuel prices in AB? Or I wiped it or do not have it, service tell me: please go shoping in app
    Weather from Avic Basar not work for my region. Weather from Gift is working. How to make AB ver work (exchange does not give results), or it must be done in main app itself?
    Also, when put 2D-3D button (arimi) in BA - iGO can not start (resolution not supported !?). Zoom ux button does not appear...
    I've heard of Avic and Basar, but never Avic Basar. What is that? Would you PM me weather ux from both of them, I'll look at them when I have some time.
    Zoom button in 2d-3d ux?
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    Avic (Pioneeer) in base Basar app with proper skin and ux files (maybe data.zip also). From Texas's post #17. He first publish that combination. If you remove skin and mobile skin (and loading) ux it is ordinary NG identifiying in system as Basarsoft iGO. I tried with pure Basar, also with originaly Avic (one of versions), exchanged files...and stay at Texas pack with couple modifications. I'm starting to get a bit lost in the crowd of small files...

    In Gift version there is ux button "MapZoom-2D-3D", packed with it, which have both functions. There can also working Arimi's "ari_GPS-2D-3D_button" and "zoom" button indipendently.
    Weather ux's are also included in default packages.
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    AVICSYNC - Why?

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    Well...the only reason why I created second post (AVIC VERSION) is speed. If you try ANY nextgen version and add whole Europe speedcams scdb, poiplazza does not matter and try to CALCULATE long route like 1000+ kilometers it will take some time and screen freezes a bit. Any change inside route takes time, or alternatives...

    With second post (AVICSYNC) it calculates 4000 kilometers route in 7 seconds. No navigation can do such a thing. Whatever is inside avic datazip and ux, it makes it insanely fast and that is why I prefer avic among other things like very neat menu, nice scheme colors etc. For me AVICSYNC is the most beautiful edition ever and after testing every single version of NEXTGEN the fastest ever. I tried original and it is so fast comparing to any other.

    Any NEXTGEN works fine unless you add whole EUROPE speedcams after that horror...only AVICSYNC works fast


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    This is not the original AVICSYNC i mixed it with basarsoft that is why it takes 5 to 7 seconds to start ot there is some slight delay between menu selection. original AVISYNC apk + ux + data (not cracked yet, if ever) starts in 2 seconds and menu selection is instant. So do not judge this (my) version with original avic. With no way to crack original avicsync this is the closest fully cracked avicsync we can get. Sorry

    Thank you guys for feedback.
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    Original Avic takes at least 4 secs to start (on my 800x480 mid level phone), I actually collect log timing to verified this. Speedcam should NOT have anything to do with the slow routing (something else is causing your problem) Nothing in data.zip nor UX would "speed up" proggy (each UX should add 10-100's millisecond extra to load). Avic is fast because its engine is optimized/better. Perhaps tasks like accessing external server timeout is lower (or better yet, removed) so it's faster. Dump logs and check timing data then compare with other proggy and you will understand.
    When you make a claim that a version takes so many secs to load, it's best to indicates which UX's are used.
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    That was based on my "beginner" experience or lack of knowledge...but when I put speedcam files inside any other NG version it slows it down but not avic. Why...hmm I have no idea, that is beyond my knowledge

    I am using original avicsync DATA and UX but basarsoft apk with some extra ux-es that I like.

    That is just my experience......
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    You see the SCDB speedcam and it works ok but just slow down routing? If you use smaller SCDB speedcam data, issue still exist? Issue only exists for SCDB dataset and not from others?
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