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    GIR_Editor v0.50

    This program will extract all symbols from a fw1_resources.bin file or logo.bin file. Such files can be extracted from .RGN or .GCD firmware files using [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. Symbols can be extracted, previewed and saved from fw1_resources.bin files. So far, only resource files with type 10, 11, 12, 19 or 20 can be opened. The program will tell you if the file type is not recognized.If you have a GIR file of type 19 & 20, you can also replace existing symbols by new ones of any file size. Once modified, save to a new resources.bin file and flash to the GPS.

    When logo.bin files are used, symbols can be extracted, previewed, saved and replaced with new bitmaps bitmaps of the same dimentions, but with different file size. Symbols are converted and saved as 24-bit bitmaps. You may edit and save the bitmaps with different editors including MS Paint. You may save the new symbols as 16-bit RGB 565, 24-bit or 32-bit bitmaps. When replaced, they will be converted back to 16-bit RGB 565. No compression is involved so do not worry about
    file size if you use the same bitmap dimentions. Once done, you can save the moddified file to a new .bin logo file.

    Legal Notice:

    The symbols and logos extracted from a Garmin firmware file belongs to Garmin and copyrights may apply. I am not responsible for any usage you may do with GIR_Editor or these symbols and logos.

    Official disclaimers:
    • Do this at your own risks!
    • Do not flash any FW if you are getting weird errors
    • Do not flash logos from one gps model to a different model

    What's new in v0.50
    • Added "Convert 37xx logo to 34xx" in the Tools menu. Just load a 37xx logo and run this Tools function. Then double click the image and replace it by your own 800x480 PNG image. Save and flash with your usial boot.bin for your device.

    You can find the wiki page for GIR_Editor and the download link here:
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    Thanks for posting the last version. I did not have time and there are other stuff I need to publish.
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    GIR_Editor v0.51

    Legal Notice:

    The symbols and logos extracted from a Garmin firmware file belongs to Garmin and copyrights may apply. I am not responsible for any usage you may do with GIR_Editor or these symbols and logos.

    Official disclaimers:

    •Do this at your own risks!
    •Do not flash any FW if you are getting weird errors
    •Do not flash logos from one gps model to a different model

    What's new in v0.51

    •Added symbol extraction and replacement from resource files of type 1 (Garmin Asus Mobile Phone M20) - Request by Longrun

    You can find the wiki page for GIR_Editor and the download link here:

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    For those having GIR file of type 10, 11, 12 and 13, I am currently working at replacing images/symbols in all of them. The tough part was to make the first gir type. The others should come easy. Probably a day of work for each. The tough part is to find a day with nothing else to do...
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    Does anyone orig Garmin logo 320x180 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rik70 View Post
    Does anyone orig Garmin logo 320x180 ?
    Check your email.
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    @turboccc
    Have you ever played around with jcv files.
    I'm thinking that if we could extract the images, edit the images and then put back custom Image.
    This could be fun.
    I tried with hexeditor but don't know enough about garmin format to find the image blocks.

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    Hi dasilvarsa,

    Sorry for not responding on the other forum. I looked twice at the JCV file, but I could not find how the data is stored. I do not know if they store the JCV pictures or the GPS makes them on the fly based on location information. For sure, I do not see any image format I know or that I have seen in other files. One more mystery on my plate... The best would be to disassemble the JCV firmware and find out how the files are encoded. This is a huge task.

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    @turboccc
    I was just breeding "Food for thought"
    Maybe one day someone will look at it.
    Thanks for the answer, keep up the good work.

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    JCVs are svg vector images. A .jcv file can be compiled with the MPC.
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Here sample of raw JCVs:
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