not yet, but I'll do it
I just installed the Speedcams
sp belgium and netherland on gps . in information for the GPS device they are taken and osiris4is
appears . tomorrow I took the test and you stay current
While it's desire to test the alerts by actual driving around, it's not necessary. From the manual, it looks like you can enter simulation mode (page 17) and do the testing without moving.
Last edited by osiris4isis; 4th November 2015 at 07:09.
I tried the simulation but without success.
I do not know how and if it can be done
First you should be able to search* for the alert that you want to test. If you couldn't then the .gpi doesn't work on Honda connect. Then once it show where it is, you must mark** the your starting point far enough away from the alert (for most alerts it should be at least 1km). Note the direction because it's directional. Then drive at least 1km passed it. The easiest alert to test is redlight because you can expect the alert icon near an intersection. But this is not where the alert start. It will be near it, look for the little white flag icon (it's hard to see and might be hidden or obscured by another icon/text sometimes) This is the starting marker for the alert so you have to set your starting point before that and drive toward the redlight icon. Only then the alert will triggered. Driving in the other direction should not triggered the alert since it's directional (that's why people like Cyclop)
* If you read the instruction of where you got the SP .gpi it said
1. Put .gpi file under the ../Garmin/POI directory
2. Make sure "Custom POI's" is checked under Settings->Proximity Alerts->Alerts
3. Search for alerts under Where To?->Categories->Alerts Australia by osiris4isis
** In simulation mode you can tell the GPS where you are currently at (and not where it currently find you)
Last edited by osiris4isis; 4th November 2015 at 09:11.
I have no personal poi Ihave only file garmin -poi - JCV - pnces - sid- voice- garmin device- gmap3d X3 X4 -img_rsrc_800x480 -gmapsupp
In poi i have
the GPI file D5388080A
What is D5388080A? Could you post it? If you didn't copy my .gpi over to use, how are you expected to test the alert? I don't think Cyclop alert will work on any Garmin "android" nav (at least for now). If it does work for a particular device if would be stated on their specs page. So the best you can do is to use "poi like" alerts with data from SCDB or mine (extracted from Cyclop) All Garmin proggy should support "personal poi" because they are generic and expected to. However, alert type used by Cyclop is only supported by certain devices. So any chance of having any alerts on any devices not able to handle Cyclop will be from SCDB or mine
On a different note, could you post the img_rsrc_800x400 file, I would like to look at it (for totally different reason)
I have problem to download