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    will it work on nuvi 50

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    Quote Originally Posted by Owenalmendro View Post
    will it work on nuvi 50
    can you be more specific please.

    You can make your own poi with voice alerts for any nuvi.

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    Where do you get the .csv files?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gc_geforce View Post
    Where do you get the .csv files?
    For exactly what? Generally in the WEB.......

    This is an example [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinned69 View Post
    I have tried to combine sound & alert files using POILoader ages ago, and after multiple attempts gave up after failing to get it to work for PPC/WM based devices (I use 3 different model HTC's [p3300, p3700, HD2]). I recall reading somewhere that this only worked for PNA's.
    You need the sox.exe in the same folder as the POI Loader, and the CSV file. Make sure the csv and wav (or MP3) have the same name before the file type extention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schermann View Post
    Does anyone have the spoken alerts. Speed, red light, variable, bus lane and other safety wav or mp3 files?.

    eg a WAV alert "Warning, safety camera ahead"..

    I need the UK female English version and some help on how to get them in and to work (SOX)...
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    Alert Sounds Library | POI Factory (Redlight Camera Emily)
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    Garmin Alerts | How do I get voice alerts using wav files for units without mp3 capability? | POI Factory (Voice Alerts Using Wave Files)
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    Garmin Alerts | How do I load custom alert sounds for POIs on my Garmin GPSr? | POI Factory (Sox - etc.)
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    Speed Camera Icons & Sounds | POI Factory (Sample sounds)

    For Bus Lane and such, you probably will need to create your own via the second link.
    Last edited by Roger; 5th March 2013 at 20:32. Reason: coded link

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger-Heli View Post
    Not sure of the forum policy on links....
    Welcome...

    Np... Only external links to other Forum or company, are coded Thanks

    I moved your post and to Schermann in the right 3rd

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    I have a nuvi 1340. I have it loaded with the cyclops gpi file. What I would like to know is there some way to decompile the gpi file to gpx or csv so that i can add voice alerts? If not is there a way to alter the "single tone / continuous tone" on the unit to make it louder and possibly a different tone to make it more obvious? Is there a source for the cyclops file before it has been compiled to gpi? Many thanks for your help, and sorry if this has already been answered somewhere, I have looked and cannot find in this forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvito View Post
    ....I have it loaded with the cyclops gpi file. What I would like to know is there some way to decompile the gpi file to gpx or csv so that i can add voice alerts?
    Nothing to do, I'm sorry.

    Are encrypted files that you can not decode ... as well as the sounds of the default device

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Audio alerts files for Garmin (mp3&WAV audio alerts)

    custom poi prx alert map250

    Download audio alerts for Garmin (mp3 audio alerts) if you want to add custom POI sounds to our extra POIs:

    MP3 sample voice alerts:
    Traffic camera ahead - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Speed camera ahead - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Redlight camera ahead - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    School zone ahead - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    WAV sample voice alerts:
    Traffic camera ahead - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Speed camera ahead - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Redlight camera ahead - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    School zone ahead - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    How to download? When I click download the file is playing, not downloading...

 

 
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