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    Hi,

    I put CN North America NT.img file (unlocked with gimgunlock v0.03) on a microSD into a Garmin folder.

    Map is well displayed on my patched Nüvi 68.

    Then I put corresponding JCV folder (containing .jcv file) in the same Garmin Folder and splitted jonction view is also well displayed (on simulation).

    But I've got an issue with foursquare folder : on Nüvi internal memory, CN Europe NTU is installed and there is only one .img file for foursquare into a Map folder into .System repertory.

    For CN North America NT, I downloaded two files (one .img and one .sid) from post #2. I put the .img file into a Map folder inside Garmin Folder on microSD and .sid file into SID folder with others downloaded .sid files.
    No foursquare map for CN North America is displayed on Nüvi (and obviously foursquare search does not work).
    Then I unlocked forsquare .img file with gimgunlock v0.03 because I noticed CN Europe one was locked (.unl and .gma files in Map folder), but it did not change anything.

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    ☼ADMIN☼ City Navigator North America NT 2017.10
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    @Sergio
    You made a mistake, Foursquare map goes in SD/Map and not in SD/Garmin/Map.

    Quote Originally Posted by stuage View Post
    There are many unlock tools available. Basecamp wants to read my device, which it can't because it is software only. Is there a top 3 list of unlock tools in use? Maybe the easier one's being a newbie to unlocking maps. There use to be a Jetmouse tool generate a .unl does that still work v1.5?
    Look at the bottom of post n.2 for links for updated unlockers, JM unfortunately is obsolete, it is used in some cases only now.
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    D3153200A.jcv (JCV_Full-Screen) - SVGZ type - image size 480x270 - 10.159 images - NOT photorealistic
    (just 3 generic backgrounds as city-countryside-tunnel and 200 types of road junctions)
    Designed to be shown as "full screen" images on very old devices with screen resolution 480x272.

    D3060200A.jcv (JCV_LaneAssistFull) - SVGZ type - image size 480x270 - 61.398 images - photorealistic
    Includes all the normal road junction views (is called "Full").
    Designed to be shown as "full screen" images on old devices with screen resolution 480x272.

    D3080200A.jcv (JCV_LaneAssistMedium) - SVGZ type - image size 480x270 - 18.855 images - photorealistic
    Includes less than 1/3 of the normal road junction views (is called "Medium").
    Designed to be shown as "full screen" images on old devices with screen resolution 480x272.

    D3191190A.jcv (JCV_LaneAssistPortraitFull) - SVGZ type - image size 221x234 - 61.791 images - photorealistic
    Includes all the normal road junction views and all the "bird's eye" junction views for devices that support this feature (is called "Full").
    Designed to be shown as "split screen" images on devices that have portrait and landscape modes (is called "Portrait").
    (Can also be used on other modern devices with landscape mode only, again as "split screen" images).

    D3192190A.jcv (JCV_Split-Screen) - SVGZ type - image size 221x234 - 20.217 images - photorealistic
    Includes less than 1/3 of the normal road junction views and of the "bird's eye" junction views for devices that support this feature (could be called "medium")
    Designed to be shown as "split screen" images on devices that have only landscape mode.

 

 
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