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    Default Branding for iGO Primo

    Hi, I'm new here and it's a great side which already helped me a lot.

    One thing I still don't get, is about to get the branding on the pois. I've downloaded a few branding.zip's and tried out what people described.

    But after 2 days I still have now idea what and how to do. So sorry, I'm to stupid for that.

    I use iGO on a 7 inch GPS device, resolution I believe would be 800x400, but not sure.

    Please somebody help

    1.) a download link for a european branding.zip which works on iGO Primo Truck.

    2.) instructions on what I have to do, into which folder I must put the branding.zip, etc.

    Thanks a lot!!!!

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    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Copy to main directory -> where the igo exe and data.zip file is
    Do not forget to remove the first start poi_visiblities folder save, to see the updates.!!!
    Not sure if it works for your version, better always write the version of your igo (guess there are more than only one truck versions?)...

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    Hi and thx for the fast help.
    I have iGO Primo 9.6.13.405512 Version.

    I tried as you said and copied the "Loading_WinCe.rar" into main directory, but no brandings on the map.

    Did not found the "poi_visiblities folder save", so I removed the entire save folder in the main directory.

    Just to make sure, when I go to "settings" - "pois" and there is the list off all pois which can be activated, I should already see there the new branding images?

    ...and there is nothing new, just the very few old ones (McD,Carrefour,BP,...)

    Am I correct? ...or do the images only show up at the map? (which they don't)

    Btw the "Loading_WinCe.rar" only has one big "loading.bmp" file inside. I remember that when you open the original "data.zip" - "ui_igo9" - "800_480" you have inside "bmp" files, too.

    Please help, I'm very sorry for my stupidity.... I really love to get the brandings.

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    you did download the loading screen from that thread...
    a bit more up is another link...

    download this and unpack it until you have the branding.zip
    thats the file you want

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    Hi futzmaster,

    it's working now, THANK YOU SO MUCH

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    Can you please just clarify what goes where please. Tried following the above, but cannot make sense of it. Thanks.

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    Hi guys I'm newbie in gps
    I use Primo 2.4 with screen 800_480
    I'm interested in how to customize POI's Branding since mostly POIs created for Europe or north America while I live in Indonesia that mostly the icons is useless (for example there's no icon for petrol station "Pertamina" which is the most petrol station in Indonesia).
    Can anyone give me tutorials how to customize/ create the Branding.
    Please let me know what tools/ software, file or anything to prepare.
    Please make it easiest explanation since I'm dummy for this I'll be glad if there are video for this too (YouTube link)
    Thank you in advance

 

 

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