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    Quote Originally Posted by gkontos View Post
    am trying to download IGo Primo from your links and i get this meessage

    Sorry, there was a problem downloading this file from OneDrive. Please try again.

    can you upload it again please ????
    Link of the post? (enter the number or address post)

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    Links in first post are down and it will be solved, but there are posts with working links in this thread.
    Use links in posts [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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    OK i want to use Primo in a Sony xperia E1. Res 480x800. I downloaded from Admins link in post 172 but... It works fine in portrait but in Landscape i only get half the screen One other thing. When i turn on Primo i need to go through the set up every time, any ideas why.

    I do have another older version that works just fine but that wont go into landscape what is annoying.

    Any help thanks?


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    [rawdisplay]
    force_renderer = "RENDER_MOYA"
    driver = engine

    screen_xy = "800_480: 800x480 / 480x800: fullscreen"

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    OK i know the problem with the set up each time i turn it on. Android Kitkat does not write to SD Card so no save file getting written. Not a problem as i have room on the phone but i will no doubt root it later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notakwak View Post
    OK i want to use Primo in a Sony xperia E1. Res 480x800. I downloaded from Admins link in post 172 but... It works fine in portrait but in Landscape i only get half the screen One other thing. When i turn on Primo i need to go through the set up every time, any ideas why.

    I do have another older version that works just fine but that wont go into landscape what is annoying.

    Any help thanks?


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    Colleague hello,
    On our Forum has been written many times about installing iGO on the Android KitKat.
    In this topic I wrote (not just me) about tackling the lack of save the settings!
    Sorry Mate - do not be lazy and search - search does not hurt!

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    I dont have a problem installing it on Kitkat. I have it working fine on another phone but i want to use this different resolution phone as a dedicated sat nav. My problem is getting the resolution correct. It says 480x800 in the manual but true landscape portrait is 480x744 on portrait and 737x480 on landscape.

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    Mate - use ScreenSpecs apk. is in Android Market!

    and now:
    Install in your phone apk. ScreenSpecs
    Run this apk. in mode portrait and landscape!
    follow screenshot of the screen horizontally and vertically - and show (in this forum) these two screenshot's.
    eg. This is screenshot from my SONY Z2 - landscape mode:
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    PS. Your another phone is SONY E1? - iGO in internal memory? or SD card? Phone root or no-root?

    PS2 - Show herre your multimode.ini (text mode) for this Phone
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    Phone is Sony Xperia E1 D2005. The phone is not rooted. Igo is installed in the phone now so it is saving the save folder just fine. My problem as i say is resolution only.

    What is multimode.ini?

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    1tnPppDju1lo598WNHfMLtI0ffsxBppmF  8UtaMgkA=w800 h480 no
    AH99VX5zmrwCJrhjSEvMn RgGV5H9D4 F8mnNZy5TXs=w480 h800 no

    And when running iGO

    FUlk6 J Hk2vGo0TsNubu S5J611cpac6GvJMpWINGQ=w800 h480 no
    Sw5JgiLbq4sxHpYvv74aPaXaionOxaYES4Z7B4ClkRs=w480 h800 no

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    In iGO is file data.zip.
    Enter the file (2 * click) - the inside is multimode.ini file. open it and copy it to the notepad contents of this file. There are set limits for the different areas - including for your 800x480

 

 
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