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    Hi there,

    I have been using Igo Primo 2 on a HTC HD2 running Android Jellybean 4.1.2 and now Kit Kat 4.4.4. I used to use Igo 8 pre android with the Windows mobile 6.5 that cam with the phone. This worked flawlessly.

    However, since using Android and Primo, and now Android and Igo My Way 9.6 I don't have speed cam warnings graphically or audibly.

    Can anyone point me in the direction of a fix.

    The same Igo versions work on an HTC Desire S and Samsung Galaxy s3 without problem.

    TIA.

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    You put speedcam.txt in content/speedcam and see that speedcam.scdb file not empty after running proggy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris4isis View Post
    You put speedcam.txt in content/speedcam and see that speedcam.scdb file not empty after running proggy?
    Hi & thanks for your reply.

    I have a file called speedcam.spdb in the content\speedcam folder but not .scdb. Is this the one you mean?

    The .spdb file is 121kb in size and his has a modified date of 22/02/2016. So if that's the correct file then that is not the problem.

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    Unless you are using *.spc, you must have speedcam.txt for proggy to convert over to speedcam.scdb for it to use. If the conversion is successful, then you should see icons showed up on map. Alerts will not work in simulation, so you'll have to drive pass it. Sound depends on whether you're using TTS or not. Either case, you have to configure audio files and TTS voice file correctly. Skin is another factor.

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    on your HTC HD2 with Kikat where is the app data stored internal or external SD card? if all your data is stored in the external SD then speedcams won't work on kikat version as it does not allows write access to external SD introduced by kikat firmware. You need to have some information on the internal SD and some information on the external SD.

    On the internal SD create following folder structure on the internal sd

    iGO
    ---content
    --debug
    --font
    --gfx
    --license
    --save
    --ui_android
    --ux
    data.zip
    sys.txt

    In the content folder only have the following folders
    global_cfg
    dictionaries
    lang
    speedcams ---> put the speedcams information here
    tmc
    userdata

    all the rest on external SD

    rename the iGO folder on your SD to Addons and only have the content folder within this.

    in your sys.txt file add the following

    [folders]
    has_secondary_root=1
    android_secondary_root_path="/Removable/MicroSD/Addons"

    data="/storage/emulated/0/iGO"

    you must have the correct path to your addons folder as shown in bold above

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    He said ".spdb file is 121kb in size and his has a modified date of 22/02/2016", so isn't access control ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris4isis View Post
    He said ".spdb file is 121kb in size and his has a modified date of 22/02/2016", so isn't access control ok?
    No, if you have *.txt file in the speedcam folder, every time igo app is started the *.spdb file is updated, therefore requiring write access I have tested this many times, this is how I found this problem, hence my solution posted in post #5

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    Quote Originally Posted by De5i View Post
    on your HTC HD2 with Kikat where is the app data stored internal or external SD card? if all your data is stored in the external SD then speedcams won't work on kikat version as it does not allows write access to external SD introduced by kikat firmware. You need to have some information on the internal SD and some information on the external SD.

    On the internal SD create following folder structure on the internal sd


    you must have the correct path to your addons folder as shown in bold above
    Thanks for your reply.

    The phone is a Windows phone, however I run Android of whatever rom version, from the SD card. It is a 16gb SD card and has a 4gb ext4 partition from which the main android system boots. All other apps afaik are stored/run from the fat32 partition of the SD card i.e. the remaining 12gb. File manager doesn't show the ext4 partition. However, I do have some software on my PC which will recognise the ext4 partition and will allow writing to it. Therefore, I may be able to make the folder structure you suggest but what would need copying to these folders apart from content?

    The sd card in file manager is listed as /storage/sdcard0.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebgershon View Post
    Thanks for your reply.

    The phone is a Windows phone, however I run Android of whatever rom version, from the SD card. It is a 16gb SD card and has a 4gb ext4 partition from which the main android system boots. All other apps afaik are stored/run from the fat32 partition of the SD card i.e. the remaining 12gb. File manager doesn't show the ext4 partition. However, I do have some software on my PC which will recognise the ext4 partition and will allow writing to it. Therefore, I may be able to make the folder structure you suggest but what would need copying to these folders apart from content?

    The sd card in file manager is listed as /storage/sdcard0.
    So you are essentially running a android thin client on your windows phone, The above may not work in this environment but you can try and advise on the result.

    On the internal the following content as listed in my post #5 i.e.

    iGO
    ---content in this folder the following content - global_cfg, dictionaries, lang, speedcams, tmc, userdata
    --debug
    --font
    --gfx
    --license
    --save
    --ui_android
    --ux
    data.zip
    sys.txt

    On the external SD card the following content;

    Addons/Content
    building
    dem
    map
    phoneme
    poi
    scheme
    skin
    voice

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    Quote Originally Posted by De5i View Post
    So you are essentially running a android thin client on your windows phone, The above may not work in this environment but you can try and advise on the result.

    On the internal the following content as listed in my post #5 i.e.

    iGO
    ---content in this folder the following content - global_cfg, dictionaries, lang, speedcams, tmc, userdata
    --debug
    --font
    --gfx
    --license
    --save
    --ui_android
    --ux
    data.zip
    sys.txt

    On the external SD card the following content;

    Addons/Content
    building
    dem
    map
    phoneme
    poi
    scheme
    skin
    voice
    Thanks again for your reply.

    I am doubtful that doing as you suggest will solve the problem.

    Looking at the contents of the ext4 partition, there seems to be only a skeleton of android. There are only 2 directories:
    Lost & Found which is empty and NexusHD2-KitKat. These is then subdivided into data & system folders. Within the data folder there's another folder called data. Thsi has similar content to the storage/emulated/0/Android(1)/data folder on my Galaxy S3. There are subfolders which begin com.*. There is one called com.navngo.igo.javaclient. In this folder there is a subfolder called Cache which is empty
    android_linked_root
    branding.gro
    branding.zip
    content
    data.gro
    data.zip
    debug
    gfx
    kuka_logger.txt
    lib
    license
    monkey.txt
    save
    sentinel.txt
    sys.txt
    ui_android
    ui_igo9
    ux

    Above are just files with exception of the zips and the cache directory.

    Also in the parent data folder is app folder containing this igo file: com.navngo.igo.javaclient-1.apk.
    app-lib folder, sub folder com.navngo.igo.javaclient-1 containing 2 files: libigo_jni.so & libtmceapi.so.
    Doesn't seem to be any other folders related directly to igo.

    No igo specific files in the system folder.

    So where to put the folders you suggest?

    It could just be that it ain't gonna work!

 

 
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