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    for me the best way is in pc using [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    credits to zervdim for the link

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    Quote Originally Posted by chopsticks View Post
    Did you try [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]?
    Yes I have tried mucommader, total commander and all do not work when re-zipping the file. When you unzip and zip the original data.zip without modifying it the size of the file after zipping does not stay the same as the original file its becomes bigger. the original is packed at 42% and when you unzip and zip the file it is packed at 43% and this fails to start the igo app, it displays the loading screen then just before it starts it crashes and goes to the home screen. with the original file it does not do this. Any help in telling me what i am doing wrong is greatly appreciated. I am doing this on win 7 x64 bit machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousdemitris View Post
    for me the best way is in pc using [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    tried that too it gives me the same result as mucommander and total commander.

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    Quote Originally Posted by De5i View Post
    tried that too it gives me the same result as mucommander and total commander.
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    Please don't flood my pm box with questions you can post on forum!! You won't hear back from me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vale68 View Post
    alert type testing wont work . i think im not doing something as i have to.Can you help me please
    In which skin alert type testing don't work?
    Do you have signal in your gps?
    Do you use TTS voice?
    Do you use sys.txt of Megris Edition ?
    Have you go to main menu\settings\sound and warnings\alert types\ have you check here the speedcam you need to be audioable and visuable?
    Have you set a type of speedcam near you, and then have you set a trip in order to get the speedcam and the TTS voice warning for this speedcam?

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    Quote Originally Posted by De5i View Post
    Yes I have tried mucommader, total commander and all do not work when re-zipping the file. When you unzip and zip the original data.zip without modifying it the size of the file after zipping does not stay the same as the original file its becomes bigger. the original is packed at 42% and when you unzip and zip the file it is packed at 43% and this fails to start the igo app, it displays the loading screen then just before it starts it crashes and goes to the home screen. with the original file it does not do this. Any help in telling me what i am doing wrong is greatly appreciated. I am doing this on win 7 x64 bit machine.
    My opinion with zip and unzip files like data, voices, lang in iGO is the following:
    If you unzip any of this file, and then try to zip back again then it will not work.

    So in this case if you want to modify a file or a part of data.zip, simply do the following:
    Open data.zip (make double click to data.zip) using winrar 3.93:
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    http://www.share-byte.net/TOdUAc


    So, using winrar you can see the files inside the data.zip, you can open files of data.zip , you can modify files, you can save files, you can copy.....
    Copy the file or the folder of data.zip you want to modify in the ground of your PC.
    Close winrar using X button of winar and automatically winrar will close data.zip.
    Make your modifications, save files.
    Double click data.zip again, then winrar will open data.zip (don't unzip !!! the data.zip file using winrar),
    Then copy the file or files or folder that you have already modified in the ground of your PC.
    While winrar has open data.zip file, simply paste the modified files to data.zip.
    Press X in winrar to close.
    Thats it

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    Quote Originally Posted by zervdim View Post
    My opinion with zip and unzip files like data, voices, lang in iGO is the following:
    If you unzip any of this file, and then try to zip back again then it will not work.

    So in this case if you want to modify a file or a part of data.zip, simply do the following:
    Open data.zip (make double click to data.zip) using winrar 3.93:
    Spoiler: link
    http://www.share-byte.net/TOdUAc


    So, using winrar you can see the files inside the data.zip, you can open files of data.zip , you can modify files, you can save files, you can copy.....
    Copy the file or the folder of data.zip you want to modify in the ground of your PC.
    Close winrar using X button of winar and automatically winrar will close data.zip.
    Make your modifications, save files.
    Double click data.zip again, then winrar will open data.zip (don't unzip !!! the data.zip file using winrar),
    Then copy the file or files or folder that you have already modified in the ground of your PC.
    While winrar has open data.zip file, simply paste the modified files to data.zip.
    Press X in winrar to close.
    Thats it
    I am able to modify the files without unzipping the whole file as described above. Thank you all for your help in aiding me to modify the files.

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    thank you for this,it's working almost fine,but:
    when I open the app,it stucks on the loading screen.I have to press back to get into the app.
    Also the quick menu doesn't work-exist.
    Is there something I can do to fix it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allos View Post
    thank you for this,it's working almost fine,but:
    when I open the app,it stucks on the loading screen.I have to press back to get into the app.
    Also the quick menu doesn't work-exist.
    Is there something I can do to fix it?
    Possibly, your SD card is OFF !!!
    Write the Editon in a new SDcard, install .apk and run iGO....

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    This has 3 apk's ???? Why?

 

 
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