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    I doubted very much that the logcat would track the level of details I need to fix the TTS pronunciation. Regardless, For my personal education, I dumped the logcat and did a search on all navngo occurrences. I saw few lines of TTs processing completed but that's about it. That was fun. I learned about the -d switch in the logcat. I think I will have better success working on the "log_1=" line in the sys.txt file.

    edit: I think the log_1 line in sys.txt does not work in Nextgen. Tried /sdcard, /sdcard0, /scard1, storage/sdcard0 I gave up after
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    For the log_1 path, you want to use the full path to your main NextGen directory. It's probably very different in Android that it is in WinCE. So use ES File Explorer or some other root-capable file explorer to find out where your main NextGen directory is (same directory where sys.txt is) and use that for the path in the log_1 line.

    Sorry I don't have more exact answers for you - I just have never used iGo products on Android (yet).... Someone with more Android-based experience may be able to provide better info.

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    I am using ES file Explorer and the Sdcard is shown as storage/sdcard0. I tried it and it did not worked. I tried different options as listed in post #31. I now tried mnt/scard0. I think I tried all the various options. I must assume it does not work in Nextgen.

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    Damn, that sucks... You are using 2 colons at the end, correct (that wasn't a typo) - so it would be "log_1="/storage/sdcard0/nng/debug.log::5" (if the nextgen dir is called "nng").

    Just want to make sure the line was entered correctly (if I recall, it doesn't work if there is only one ":" before the 5).

    If that's not it, then I guess it just doesn't work with NextGen or Android (I use it with iGo 8 and Primo on WinCE).

    If it doesn't work, that's a shame, because there is a LOT of useful into in that log!

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    The line I used is: log_1="\storage\sdcard0\igo_basar\debug.log::5" with all its variations

    but I am not sure if it's not working anymore. In post #27, you used backslashes and in previous post slashes..... which one is right?

    edit #1: In the sys.txt file, any ref to location is always with slashes. I guess I need to start all over my testing.
    edit #2: Found some log_1 example with Google and they had backslashes. Maybe it's irrelevant.
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    Sorry about that. In my sys.txt file, I use backslashes - I manually typed the line in post 34 and accidently used slashes. It probably doesn't matter, but I *know* that it works with backslashes. And just to re-iterate, this line goes under the "[debug]" section in sys.txt (you probably already knew that, but just in case).

    So it looks like it just doesn't work in Android and/or NextGen. Sorry to waste your time - I just assumed that it would have worked in NextGen (which it still might, but maybe only on WinCE).

    I do have a bunch of Android devices, I'll try to spend some time to figure out hoe to get it to log the info you are looking for...

    Unless someone else with more NextGen on Android experience steps in first! I'll test with NextGen on WinCE and Android and report my results.

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    I haven't had time to do any testing yet, but did find these sys.txt entries in a quick Google search:

    [android]
    ;logcat_file_delay=50
    logcat_file = "\logcat.log"
    logcat_level = 7
    logcat_oslevel = 7

    Maybe mess with those Android-specific parameters and see if that does anything (along with the "debug_tts_manager=1" entry under the [tts] section).

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    Absolute worst case, send me To/From addressed via Private Messaging and I can cut-and-paste the text that the maps are sending to the TTS engine for you. :-) I would just enable logging on my WinCE system and then cut-and-paste the appropriate sections of the logs to you.

    Might help, at least until we can figure out the logging stuff on NextGen/Android...

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    @jtrosky
    Thanks for your input, I now have a catlog. I used the following lines in sys.txt

    [device]
    type="android"

    [android]
    logcat_file="/sdcard/iGo_Basar/debug/logcat.log" (with slashes)
    logcat_level=7
    logcat_oslevel=7

    without debug_tts_manager=1 in the debug section (forgot to add it. Will try with it later to see if used or not)

    The bottom line is I can see exactly what is sent to the TTS engine. I have to go out for now. Just wanted to post my results. Later, I will publish how the street name "Rte-329" is sent to the TTS engine.

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    Awesome - glad to hear that you got it figured out. Lots of useful info in those logs... Thanks for following up with how you did it.

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