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    Default Power Acoustic P-81ACRD

    Hello,
    I bought this after market GPS model Power Acoustic P-81ACRD 4 years ago for my Honda Accord,
    The map is outdated, the map name asimap and and has some problem in 4GB SD card.
    The map has a wear extension file navimap.zfs.

    I wonder if I can change it with other Navi system?
    Thanks.
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    igo_8.3.2.89704_mips_cracked find over the internet , make new folder asimap, and rename original asimap something else, unzip new software in new asimap folder and rename navione.exe to asimap.exe.

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    Thanks, I try this method with the link above and its working. Another question which iGo map version should I use for NA.
    Thx.

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    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] are OK for this version.

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    Yes I have this map, The problem iGo map can't detect my GPs. I setup com and bud rate to Auto in sys.ini still not detect it.
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    First try to remove the "port" and "baud" line completely.

    If doesn't work try to change the port number each from 1 to 9.

    Next step try to change the baud to "4800" with all the ports.

    If still no result, try to add this line to the [GPS] section:
    protocol = "NMEA"

    I know this is many options and not easy to manage, but there are no easy solution for this device as far as I know. Unfortunately I don't know any port scanning program what would run on this.

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    I followed your steps and not lock to Sat. I notice that when Navi start save the setting in save directory file system.ini and find gps at baud 57600 and port 0, when I changed to ports 1-9 still cant locate the satellite.
    Don't know what else to do ?. Any other cracked iGo version I can use ?
    Thx.

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    From [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] topic, the wince section. AlpineNavi iGO_9.6.30.462695 looks promising for example.

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    Ok Thanks, I tried that and didn't work. My problem is GPS cant lock to sat.
    Last edited by Zohar; 16th March 2016 at 17:55.

 

 
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