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    I´m a litlle noob, in meter´s of igo software.
    I ha ve a lg l3 resolution 240x320, and i have some folders in this skin.
    Where i put this folders for this to work.
    Thank´s

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    i cannot find any skin to support resolution 480x234 for Android, is there any solution? i am stuck with an old wince5 box and i want to upgrade to an Android one but my alpine dvd screen is only 480x234.

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    Dimka Win have 480_234 folder.
    Also, android use 480_272 folder for resolution 480_234.
    Last edited by costas3850; 19th April 2015 at 18:02.

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    ΟΚ Costas thanks for the info. I hope i do not get into troubles. But i cannot understand why this exact resolution never appeared.
    Are you sure skins for winCE are ok to be used with Android Primo2.4? Just copy paste? Can anyone confirm? Is there an emulator
    i can use to verify?

    The android device costs 350euro. I want to be sure before i buy it.
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    A skin will not destroy the device.
    You misunderstood.
    Skin Dimka WA P.1.7.4 for WinCE has resolution 480_234 .
    On android :
    m1=400..480,196..320,"480_272"
    m2=234..320,400..480,"480_272"
    This means that resolution 480_234 use folder 480_272.
    Any skin for android containing 480_272 folder can be used on your resolution.
    But wich device with 480_234 resolution cost 350 E ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by costas3850 View Post
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    But wich device with 480_234 resolution cost 350 E ?
    "FISH3RMAN" said: alpine dvd Car specialized, I guess.

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    I just added this diMkaWA_P174 skin to my Primo 2.4 ver. 9.6.13.405512, 800x480 resolution.

    When I go to Settings --> Map Settings --> Place Markers, as I scroll to the 3rd page, I get the message "failed to open file: POI_GROUP.SPR exiting application". Without the skin I don't get the error.

    Any help is appreciated.

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    I think you have branding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atcomadi View Post
    I think you have branding.
    What are you talking about?

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    Error can be from branding

 

 
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