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    Very well but I donīt know if these files are complety activated equivalent to .DCT files for TomTom v1.4 for Android smartphones

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    I found an SCDB 20-08-2015 package with audio warning on another site, but didn't got this working. Did read this would not work on universal app, but only on original. But i did got another simpler camera file with sound working on universal app, so was convinced it could be made working somehow. Adjusted these files so they resembled the working one and adjusted instructions accordingly. For me this was the trick, it now works...

    If anyone's interested, the package can be found here:
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    Instructions with universal app (which suppose tomtom is freshly installed, if not uninstall it and remove all tomtom folders/files):
    1. Disable any internet connection in your phone (Put it into Airplane Mode)
    2. Copy folder tomtom to your SD card.
    3. Copy camera default files (SCDB\Install Package\01) to map folder (e.g. Western_Europe_956.6835).
    4. Copy universal .apk to your SD card.
    5. Install the universal .apk
    6. Launch TomTom (one time only!). Let it load all it needs. Then close program.
    7. Enable internet connection.
    8. Copy foders 02 and 03 from camera install package (SCDB\Install Package\02 and SCDB\Install Package\03) to map folder (e.g. Western_Europe_956.6835).
    9. Launch TomTom, go to View map/Details/Choose POIs and select Tourist attraction.
    You will now hear an audible warning when approaching speed cameras, a camera and a count down in the top left hand corner of the screen and a speed indication on the road.

    Now what i'm asking myself, i suppose these SCDB files list all camera's in France the same way as other countries and not legally with dangerous zones? Can this be adjusted somehow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrIT View Post
    1. Now what i'm asking myself, i suppose these SCDB files list all camera's in France the same way as other countries and not legally with dangerous zones? Can this be adjusted somehow?

    2. I found an SCDB 20-08-2015 package with audio warning on another site, but didn't got this working. Did read this would not work on universal app, but only on original.
    1. In a similar way to what you have just done just merge my files and QUIN1965's from here :-

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    2. My package is compatible with the universal app.
    What's your operating system ?
    I've had little feedback but I'm think your problem is/was Lollipop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomTom13E View Post
    1. In a similar way to what you have just done just merge my files and QUIN1965's from here :-

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    I already thought about adding these files, but as it is added, it will not remove the camera's which already exist for France in the general SCDB package. As such it will probably report the point 2 times (one time SCDB=illegal and one time dangerous=legal)?

    Quote Originally Posted by TomTom13E View Post
    2. My package is compatible with the universal app.
    What's your operating system ?
    I've had little feedback but I'm think your problem is/was Lollipop.
    Android 4.4.2. I tried multiple times your package (with full delete, reboots and different order of installing/setting) before coming to this solution...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrIT View Post

    1. I already thought about adding these files, but as it is added, it will not remove the camera's which already exist for France in the general SCDB package. As such it will probably report the point 2 times (one time SCDB=illegal and one time dangerous=legal)?

    Android 4.4.2. I tried multiple times your package (with full delete, reboots and different order of installing/setting) before coming to this solution...
    1. I agree. I think it needs too much effort to produce an ideal solution so there may be a compromise that you may be able to live with. For example if you only drive in Benelux and France you could have a French map with danger zones and a Benelux map with normal speed cameras.

    2. It is my present belief that my cameras with sound do not work on anything later than "Jelly Bean".
    Congratulations ! You know yours works on KitKat as well and I think it will also work on Lollipop.

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    1. Thanks for thinking with me, but separate countries (which need separate start) are not a compromise i can live with (illegal use is much simpler :S).
    Maybe France can be removed with a poi editor from general SCDB files, so dangerous zones can be added. Or better yet, SCDB files which are joined without France, but don't know if this can be done.

    2. Wow, haven't read the <= Jelly Bean never before, that explains why it wouldn't work. I'm glad i accidentally found a solution for higher Android versions. Maybe you can use it in your package?

    Btw i noticed during driving it will alert on any camera "in sight" of the map, instead of only the ones which are lying on the route. Can this be changed somehow?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrIT View Post
    Maybe France can be removed with a poi editor from general SCDB files, so dangerous zones can be added.
    Technically very easy but it would take forever.

    Quote Originally Posted by DrIT View Post
    Or better yet, SCDB files which are joined without France, but don't know if this can be done.
    I believe so. One of the camera providers should answer that one.

    Quote Originally Posted by DrIT View Post
    I noticed during driving it will alert on any camera "in sight" of the map, instead of only the ones which are lying on the route. Can this be changed somehow?
    A common feature request that I have never found an answer to.

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    TomTom SCDB alerts for Feb/12/2016

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    Spoiler: Asia

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    I dont know if this is new, but currently the mobile cameras are a free download from their homepage:

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    Enjoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by wriggler View Post
    I dont know if this is new, but currently the mobile cameras are a free download from their homepage:
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    Great!
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    You have to navigate to get to the good.
    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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