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    Erase LEX_PKG from SD card and from .System folder

    Download [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and extract

    Copy LEX_PKG to Garmin folder on internal memory of your nuvi.
    Open keygen and put ID of your nuvi in it.
    Select garmin language guide and click generate.
    Open D046800.unl with notepad
    Copy/paste generated code and save.
    Turn off/on your nuvi
    Garmin language guide now work.

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    If you dont know how to generate code send me your garmindevice.xml on PM and i create D046800.unl for you.
    You must update your nuvi with webupdater to latest FW,becouse this new glg wont work with older FW for series 1xxx

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    Bushwalker8, I cannot access files, are they still out there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fringe View Post
    Bilingual Dictionaries seems strange (maybe not working?). Select say English to French. Pick a word, say 'abandon'. Only one speaker icon and language is English (Unit language) not French (English to French selected earlier).

    Maybe NOT working properly on 3790. Not sure what is meant to do but would assume it SHOULD translate word to requested language?

    It may not work exactly in the way that you would expect. You could however hear booth languages if you do it like Garmin developers expects the user to do.

    Screenshots from a nüvi 3790:

    91387d1312755620 oxford%99 travel language guide western europe americas 2010 version 51591 91388d1312755622 oxford%99 travel language guide western europe americas 2010 version 52340
    91389d1312755623 oxford%99 travel language guide western europe americas 2010 version 53998 91390d1312755624 oxford%99 travel language guide western europe americas 2010 version 54346
    91391d1312755625 oxford%99 travel language guide western europe americas 2010 version 55034

    Quote Originally Posted by fringe View Post
    Thanx. Now I understand.
    I'd be interested to know if 'commerce' missing file error was happening on 3790 when GLG was run from an sdcard and not from unit memory.
    When you buy the download version of "Oxford™ Travel Language Guide: Western Europe and the Americas (010-D0055-00)" you will receive "D046800.zip", "D046800.unl" and "D046800.gma" in the units Garmin directory. After you disconnect the USB and the Garmin Communicator Plugin connection then start the GPS unit. After the unit starts up it will show a message and extract "D046800.zip" to "LEX_PKG" inside the "Garmin" directory.

    Even the latest download from Garmin about 2 days ago have the error with the "Commerce..." menu when trying with a nüvi 3790T. Made a compare directories (with WinDiff x64) between my 2 day old download direcly from Garmin and the one in [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. They are 100% identical.
    I have the "Commerce..." problem with the latest version directly from Garmin. Tried both with [unit]:Garmin\LEX_PKG and [microSD]:\Garmin\LEX_PKG.
    This problem didn't occur with the older version before v2010.
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    "You could however hear booth languages if you do it like Garmin developers expects the user to do."

    @Ballebar
    I think the developers had much better approach with the "Phrases" part where both language options were provided on the one screen. Much more user friendly than changing language setting in dictionary and then searching for word in unknown language.

    Overall though I can see that the GLG could still be a useful tool when travelling in a foreign country. I was thinking maybe 'Commerce' needed POI data from Europe map which I don't have loaded. Interesting though that 'Commerce' problem seems to be a fault in the original package, and is limited to certain models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fringe View Post
    " I was thinking maybe 'Commerce' needed POI data from Europe map which I don't have loaded. Interesting though that 'Commerce' problem seems to be a fault in the original package, and is limited to certain models.
    I have CNEU installed on both 1200 and 3790 and "commerce" doesnt work.
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    On nuvi 1300 Commerce work perfect.

    I upload my folder here : [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    When i install new glg i erase old folder and restart nuvi.
    Click on glg icon and nuvi say no glg instaled.
    Connect nuvi to pc and add new LEX_PKG folder in folder Garmin on nuvi.
    Open with notepad D046800.unl and add unlock code and save
    Restart nuvi and whait 1 min

    Click on glg icon and wait 15 sec and all work.

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    Thanks lolypop000, files are all the same. See Balleba post #54.
    Seems to be a problem with GLG and 3790 units (and maybe some others e. 1200).
    I will try our folder later but from post #54 don't expect problem to go away.

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    On my nuvi 1350 works fine. How to do it from lolypop000
    Last edited by rik70; 12th August 2011 at 10:13.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    Erase LEX_PKG from SD card and from .System folder

    Download [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and extract

    Copy LEX_PKG to Garmin folder on internal memory of your nuvi.
    Open keygen and put ID of your nuvi in it.
    Select garmin language guide and click generate.
    Open D046800.unl with notepad
    Copy/paste generated code and save.
    Turn off/on your nuvi
    Garmin language guide now work.

    p.s.
    If you dont know how to generate code send me your garmindevice.xml on PM and i create D046800.unl for you.
    You must update your nuvi with webupdater to latest FW,becouse this new glg wont work with older FW for series 1xxx
    This works fine with my 3790LMT and 1490LMT.
    Thank you very nuch!

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    I've PURCHASED Oxford Language Guide & downloaded it to my 3790T. On restarting, it came up with the error ... "Installed version of Language Guide is corrupt". After many repeated downloads, I still get the same message, and after a week of emailing, no joy from Garmin support. Any suggestions as to why this might be occurring?

 

 
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