My legend hcx is connect to my pc , no unit found . What can i do reset the unit how to return to factory setting
try + 30 sec not working still my preset
try again now it work
thank your the best
Have GMXT 5.00.60s60.9 running on Nokia 5800xpressMusic with latest firmware. All good except for rectangular Speed Limit indicator using current maps shows with numbers partly covered by mph/kph designator. Not a problem with, for instance, older 2010 EU map where speed limit shows in circular window. Is there any way to fix this without messy reverse-engineering et al?
Last edited by Neil; 16th October 2011 at 12:19 PM.
I see, I think no way ,coz speed limits are embedded into the map and probably cant be modified
Hi Caty, thanks for fast reply. That confirms my suspicion that it cannot be changed without maybe reverse-engineering individual maps if that is even possible. Even if possible, its way beyond my ability and frankly not worth the effort. What bugs me is just that the same maps display the Speed Limit normally on my Nuvi 1300 modded via dvazg's excellent thread [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] so i was hoping there may be a way by modifying the program to change the display eg move numerals up in the box or get rid of the mph/kph designator and just show numerals. Again, maybe too much effort for the return even if possible
Am now very curious to find out if this is common to XT on all symbian OS or just on 5800's as i don't have access to another S60/S^3 device to test it. Any feedback from other users would be welcomed.
Thanks Caty, you are an absolute Gem! bootman65's modified fonts work: see screenshot "make a u turn" ...but... as part of that solution involved setting fonts in gmxt to "small" (Tools; Settings; Display; Fonts: Small), i thought i'd revert back to the unmodified fonts set on "small" (because my original setting was "medium") to see what would happen...and guess what?: see screenshot "driving on road". I reckon its better! Serves me right for looking for the hardest way to solve the problem in the first place. Maybe this will save someone else a bit of pain.