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    Finding a destination on the basis of GeoTag.jpg photos
    You need to have or someone sends GeoTag.jpg photo which you copy, for example, in -
    sdcard / DCIM / Camera
    In sys.txt add a line -

    [poi]
    picturepoi_folder = "/ sdcard / DCIM / Camera"

    "/ sdcard / DCIM / Camera" is the path where your photos and it depends of the device to device.

    When you start the navigation go to -
    Destination - Pictures - and there select the picture "to which you want to go."

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    Quote Originally Posted by nenadsen View Post
    Finding a destination on the basis of GeoTag.jpg photos
    You need to have or someone sends GeoTag.jpg photo which you copy, for example, in -
    sdcard / DCIM / Camera
    In sys.txt add a line -

    [poi]
    picturepoi_folder = "/ sdcard / DCIM / Camera"

    "/ sdcard / DCIM / Camera" is the path where your photos and it depends of the device to device.

    When you start the navigation go to -
    Destination - Pictures - and there select the picture "to which you want to go."
    Hello mate,

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    @ arhd
    I've now experimented and found that works.
    I now saw that you were writing about this.
    Thanks for the notice.

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    Many Thx. It Works Great!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nenadsen View Post
    @ arhd
    I've now experimented and found that works.
    I now saw that you were writing about this.
    Thanks for the notice.
    Don't worry and thanks anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by arhd View Post
    Inset a ";" at the start of line::

    yours:
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    Now:
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    All surplus except
    [rawdisplay]
    screen_xy="auto"


    This line has nothing to do with iGO and instead can enroll and Madonna's song.
    ;dpi="auto"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Dog View Post
    All surplus except
    [rawdisplay]
    screen_xy="auto"


    This line has nothing to do with iGO and instead can enroll and Madonna's song.
    ;dpi="auto"
    In my sys.txt I have this:
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    EDIT: sorry in the original it have the same as me. I was confused
    Last edited by arhd; 1st September 2015 at 18:48.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpthreebuddy View Post
    - Remove all the new added licenses (+ device.nng file) and leave only the 2 licenses of the basic package.
    - Delete save folder.
    - Do all the above suggested till now by other users.
    - Start NextGen.

    If needed remove additional content and restart NextGen.
    Tried the above and its not working.

    I also tried the above, cleared the app data and started NextGen it comes up with installing igo dialogue after this it crashes to the home screen. When I start Nextgen again it brings up the loading dialogue and crashes after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Dog View Post
    All surplus except
    [rawdisplay]
    screen_xy="auto"


    This line has nothing to do with iGO and instead can enroll and Madonna's song.
    ;dpi="auto"
    The problem I have is if I don't have the driver=engine then landscape mode does not display correctly and dpi=320 gives me the map display to suit my screen res, that's the reason I have those in the sys.txt, I tried with dpi=auto and did not like the map display res so I commented it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by De5i View Post
    Tried the above and its not working.

    I also tried the above, cleared the app data and started NextGen it comes up with installing igo dialogue after this it crashes to the home screen. When I start Nextgen again it brings up the loading dialogue and crashes after that.
    In the past in iGO primo version it was crash for nothing reason. I was to wipe the app, remove the SAVE folder, etc. And nothing changes. Then I removed all "content" data folder and copy again. Finally igo primo starting fine. So, my conclusion is I had a corrupted map

 

 
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