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    Wink Mario Advisor v. 0.6 + v.0.6.1 UPDATE 29 nov 08

    Version 0.6
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    Mario Advisor is a free java utility to display Garmin IMG maps in your mobile. Free garmin maps can be downloaded from many sources around the web (see this and this search engines), or translated from Open Street Map data (see conversion details and resources ). You can even create your own maps with the aid of GPSMapEdit and cGPSmapper.


    External Maps installation:

    Create a maps folder in your mobile's root filesystem (JSR75 needed) and copy Garmin IMG files. No previous conversion is needed. Mario Advisor will display map data and labels for roads, Points Of Interest and cities. Search capabilities are under development.


    Internal Maps installation:

    Maps can also be stored inside the Jar file, to avoid the confirmation request every time a file is accessed. To do so, copy maps in the "maps" folder inside the Jar, and update the file "map_list.txt" with the names of the files included. Check your mobile can intall the new Jar, since midlet size will be bigger.



    GPS Support:

    Internal JSR179 and Bluetooth external GPS with NMEA sentencies are supported. When GPS connection is ON, view is centered in current location.



    Requirements:
    *Free RAM: >1Mb
    *Midlet size >200 kb (*) See above

    Keys:
    Up,down,left,right: pan
    Fire,0: zoom in/out
    *: center view in GPS coordenates
    #: road names on/off

    Releases:
    0.6
    *Locked maps (non NT) supported
    *Speed & course displayed when GPS is ON
    *Added "Find Nearest" button to search form. Distances are now showed
    *Elevation data in meters
    *Zoom + & zoom - both in FIRE key. Short press=zoom+, long press=zoom-
    *Basic Tracklog. Tracklog file is saved in Ozi Explorer .PLT format
    *Backlight control. Tested on Sony Ericsson & Nokia mobiles
    *Map selection form, to find out if a IMG file is loaded and to jump between maps
    Bugs:
    *Out of memory swiching to fullscreen
    *Internal GPS support fixed (?)
    Attached Files Attached Files
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    You have to navigate to get to the good.
    Nuvi1250/Nuvi 34xx/Nuvi 2200/Nuvi 66/Oregon 600/Galaxy S5 MM 6.0.1/TomTom GO/iGO Nextgen Avic,Basar,Isr.Gift/Navigon
    Please don't flood my pm box with questions you can post on forum!! You won't hear back from me.

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    Mario Advisor v.0.61 UPDATE



    Version 0.61

    Mario Advisor is a free java utility to display Garmin IMG maps in your mobile. Free garmin maps can be downloaded from many sources around the web (see this and this search engines), or translated from Open Street Map data (see conversion details and resources ). You can even create your own maps with the aid of GPSMapEdit and cGPSmapper.


    External Maps installation:

    Create a maps folder in your mobile's root filesystem (JSR75 needed) and copy Garmin IMG files. No previous conversion is needed. Mario Advisor will display map data and labels for roads, Points Of Interest and cities. Search capabilities are under development.


    Internal Maps installation:

    Maps can also be stored inside the Jar file, to avoid the confirmation request every time a file is accessed. To do so, copy maps in the "maps" folder inside the Jar, and update the file "map_list.txt" with the names of the files included. Check your mobile can intall the new Jar, since midlet size will be bigger.



    GPS Support:

    Internal JSR179 and Bluetooth external GPS with NMEA sentencies are supported. When GPS connection is ON, view is centered in current location.



    Additional info can be found here.

    Requirements:
    *Free RAM: >1Mb
    *Midlet size >200 kb (*) See above

    Keys:
    Up,down,left,right: pan
    Fire,0: zoom in/out
    *: center view in GPS coordenates
    #: road names on/off

    Releases:

    0.61
    *Added cache to labels in NET subfile
    Bugs:
    *Fixed crash when unknown point type was found
    *Fixed general map view for metroguide north america
    *Fixed big bug in label processing with many POI's
    *Fixed bug in highway names
    *Fixed stop loading with non valid file

    0.6
    *Locked maps (non NT) supported
    *Speed & course displayed when GPS is ON
    *Added "Find Nearest" button to search form. Distances are now showed
    *Elevation data in meters
    *Zoom + & zoom - both in FIRE key. Short press=zoom+, long press=zoom-
    *Basic Tracklog. Tracklog file is saved in Ozi Explorer .PLT format
    *Backlight control. Tested on Sony Ericsson & Nokia mobiles
    *Map selection form, to find out if a IMG file is loaded and to jump between maps
    Bugs:
    *Out of memory swiching to fullscreen
    *Internal GPS support fixed
    Attached Files Attached Files
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    You have to navigate to get to the good.
    Nuvi1250/Nuvi 34xx/Nuvi 2200/Nuvi 66/Oregon 600/Galaxy S5 MM 6.0.1/TomTom GO/iGO Nextgen Avic,Basar,Isr.Gift/Navigon
    Please don't flood my pm box with questions you can post on forum!! You won't hear back from me.

 

 

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