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    Default Can I move birdseye imagery to a second GPS?

    I was reading this tutorial [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    and trying to see if I could get it to work, I can do everything up to the part about changing the "CID", that's where I'm hung up at.

    I have a GPSmap 64ST and a 64X, the ST has birdseye, and I have several areas downloaded. I tried copying them to the X, after doing a hex edit on the JNX file to reflect the serial of the X instead of the ST. I entered the serial of the x unit into a decimal to hex converter, then reversed the 4 bytes, and wrote those to the JNX, but it still gives me invalid jnx.

    Is there another way to do this?

    Wow, I'm kind of disappointed no one knows more about this, or can at least tell me it's no longer possible.

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    First, you should have post this question in original discussion [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
    Second, it seems that you misunderstood tutorial.
    It is not JNX file to change, but you must change CID on "CID changeable SD card" as stated it title of that tutorial, according to serial number in JNX file.
    For that you need "CID changeable SD card" and "CID changer program".
    In this tutorial is not explained how to change CID of SD card, so you will have to learn it by yourself.
    I'm not too much familiar with that, but you can search in [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] where it is very common and discussed many times.
    Maybe you can find some tutorial or explanation there.
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