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    hi neil

    thanks for reply. here is the picture, I took jcv folder from nuvi 3560sg/my model. when I used malsing map the picture show as in attachments. if I using mfm map the jcv show not support for this model. anything I can do for fix this problem guys.
    on nuvi 3590lm Australia model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackspratt1 View Post
    Great explanation Neil, and I am now happy I have got my friend to purchase the 52 for me in Oz.

    Just need to wait for February now, when he arrives.
    Now returned from my first trip (Thailand) using the hacked 52, and the JCV worked perfectly.

    Cheers again guys.

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    Will try this on my 3490 (converted from 3790).....
    Thanks bro....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnwong88 View Post
    Will try this on my 3490 (converted from 3790).....
    Should work as 3490 no problem. As original 3790 it would not. See [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
    US 3xx7 have crash error ........
    Tested Fix for US 3790 is to convert to US 3490.
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    patched JCV on nuvi 3590LM (USA) + Thailand 2013.40
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    read post n43
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    Quote Originally Posted by syzygy View Post
    The attached tool helps to overcome this limitation. To use,
    1. Download and unrar the file from the attachment or mirror site.
    2. Backup the original JCV file.
    3. Drag and drop the JCV file to the icon of extracted GarminAsianJcvTool.exe.
    4. That's all. The dragged JCV file can be used on devices that support JCV now.

    To use the tool in a command line or batch file, supply the pathname of the JCV file as the first argument.
    Hi is there a Mac version of this tool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malebum View Post
    Hi is there a Mac version of this tool?
    Yes, the same tool for Mac OS X has been added to the opening post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by syzygy View Post
    2014/04/24 Adding Mac OS X version
    Run the unzipped executable GarminAsianJcvTool in a Terminal window and pass the JCV file as the first argument.

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    Thanks!
    Sorry, but what is "pass the JCV file as the first argument"? Is it I open a terminal window, and drag and drop both the tool and the JCV file into the terminal window, then hit return?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malebum View Post
    Thanks!
    Sorry, but what is "pass the JCV file as the first argument"? Is it I open a terminal window, and drag and drop both the tool and the JCV file into the terminal window, then hit return?
    Yes, that should do it (saves you the typing).

 

 
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