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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    Yup, and just pull it out if it st**fs up the nuvi. Always good advice, i'll try and see what happens. Stand by .....

    Nope, zilch.. tried the Cameron Highlands only, but nothing shows. Pity. At least it didn't brick my nuvi... opps! wait, i think it just died. Best you send me a 37xx as replacement. Tx!!
    Looks like these .gpi carried extra payload at end of normal POI. That is there are data after the end of POI record of "ffff 0000 0000 0000" If these works on U.S. Nuvi 760 I would be very surprised. The extra data looks encrypted so the firmware has to know how to decrypted it. The malaysia/singapore units must have firmware to do it thus making these .gpi only works on those units (and causing any other units to go INSANE*)

    * Like the HAL-9000 in 2001 Space Odyssey

    Edit: me bad, data is not encrypted since I was able to figure out the format (well almost)...it looks like coords list.
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    28 00 00 00 <- total size of data
    02 00 00 00 <- record type?
    08 00 00 00 <- number of data set
    27 01 00 00 <- data 1
    d8 64 05 00
    21 4f 0b 00
    a6 d9 10 00
    0c ca 25 00
    d8 9f 14 00
    f2 25 19 00
    c7 30 1f 00 <- data 8
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