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    Default User Interface Resolution Not Supported

    I have a Chinese sat nav system in my VW Golf. I didn't buy the system and bought the car used. I bought iGo 9 but am getting the error "user interface resolution [486x234] is not supported or compatible skin can not be found". Tried messing with the sys.txt file resolution but nothing seems to work. Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by barryjoh View Post
    I have a Chinese sat nav system in my VW Golf. I didn't buy the system and bought the car used. I bought iGo 9 but am getting the error "user interface resolution [486x234] is not supported or compatible skin can not be found". Tried messing with the sys.txt file resolution but nothing seems to work. Any ideas?
    Open your datazip . you have one folder named 480_234 in ui_igo9?
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    open in portrait and write resolution error and then close igo
    now again open in landscape and write resolution error and let us know about both resolution.
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    Default datazip 800_480

    Quote Originally Posted by barryjoh View Post
    I have a Chinese sat nav system in my VW Golf. I didn't buy the system and bought the car used. I bought iGo 9 but am getting the error "user interface resolution [486x234] is not supported or compatible skin can not be found". Tried messing with the sys.txt file resolution but nothing seems to work. Any ideas?
    Normally in the iGO cars have the res 800_480

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    try this datazip .replace with your datazip
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    Default User interface Resolution Not supported

    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    open in portrait and write resolution error and then close igo
    now again open in landscape and write resolution error and let us know about both resolution.
    @ lolypop .You're right, but your procedure goes well for Android for more info read this post

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    For Wince you can use Port Tool

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    Upss i didn't see that he have VW Golf.
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