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    Nice post Q, but actually "old Nuvi same 2xx 3xx not support bigger 1.98 G0" should be referring to old nuvi series 3x0 and 6x0, StreetPilot c5x0 and similar. It's them that still don't support image files bigger than 2 GiB minus 1 byte. All 2xx Series nuvi i.e. 2x0/W and 2x5/W will support images up to 4 GiB - 1 byte with newer firmwares. I agree with this:
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    AFAIK only nüvi 3xx, 6xx, 5000, StreetPilot c5xx still have the 2 GB map size limit.
    The 2 GB SD size limit applies to StreetPilot c3xx, StreetPilot i2 / i3, StreetPilot 72xx / 75xx and similar ancient devices.
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    It's an IMG file. So why not gimunlock 0.04?
    It always worked with Garmin Unlocker Alternative 6.05.

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    Garmin Unlocker Alternative V6 has old ineffective unlock engine, i haven't used it for some time now but i think even [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] doesn't properly unlock NTU maps for new devices with strong protection in firmware, you need [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] for that and as Caty said you must additionally patch the Drive device's fw too: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. If you have trouble with preboot mode in Drive you'll need an SD bin files pack, post in that thread if you need more help, OT here.
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    Is gmapdem.img available for this map? Is it necessary and/or desirable?
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    Default City Navigator North America NT 2018.10 IMG Unlocked + JCV

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    Nice post Q, but actually "old Nuvi same 2xx 3xx not support bigger 1.98 G0" should be referring to old nuvi series 3x0 and 6x0, StreetPilot c5x0 and similar. It's them that still don't support image files bigger than 2 GiB minus 1 byte. All 2xx Series nuvi i.e. 2x0/W and 2x5/W will support images up to 4 GiB - 1 byte with newer firmwares. I agree with this:
    i dont know for all, but my old nuvi 360 not support bigger 1.98G0, same for old street pilot

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    Unfortunately, the entire confusion surrounding what size IMG files can be seen by old devices is because of continued use of unclear terms and abbreviations.

    What do you mean by 'G0', is that decimal? [factor of 1000x: bytes > kilobytes > megabytes > gigabytes] i.e. what's mostly used these days especially by the drive manufacturers and in English referred to as 'GB'. Or is it meaning binary? [factor of 1024x: bytes > kilobytes > etc.] i.e. what's more properly known as gibibytes [GiB] but still referred to as gigabytes [GB] by Microsoft under Windows, even tho' it's binary not decimal to them. They're technically correct, it was always binary before the drive manufacturers saw an advantage to make their drives look bigger.

    So whether 1.98 G0 is taken as either decimal, in which case it's clearly 1,980,000,000 bytes, or as binary in which case it's 1.98 multiplied by 1024 three times = ~2,126,008,811 bytes, because the FAT16 files size limit is 2,147,483,647 bytes then mathematically either way your nuvi 360 does not have a have such a file size limit as 1.98 G0, regardless of 'G0' being treated as decimal or binary. Nor is it limited to a '2 GB' FAT16 SD card like is, for example, the StreetPilot c3x0. The nuvi 3x0/6x0 series can read larger FAT32 cards but an IMG either on card or device cannot exceed the FAT16 file's size limit.

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    Default CN North America NT 2018.10 - Lower 49 States SE (unlock map)

    Hi,

    This is CN North America NT 2018.10 - Lower 49 States SE Map


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    Total size: 840.9 MB

    I tested with Nuvi 200W and StreetPilot c550.

    Have fun


    Lower 49 States SE: Includes the following US States: AL, AR, CT, DE, FL, GA, IL, IN, KY, LA, MA, MD, MS, NC, NJ, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, TN, TX, VA, and WV; Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Bahamas, French Guiana, Saint Barthelemy, Guadeloupe, and Martinique.


    Moved to existing CNNA 2018.10 thread.
    Last edited by PCDK; 27th January 2017 at 05:23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    Unfortunately, the entire confusion surrounding what size IMG files can be seen by old devices is because of continued use of unclear terms and abbreviations.

    What do you mean by 'G0', is that decimal? [factor of 1000x: bytes > kilobytes > megabytes > gigabytes] i.e. what's mostly used these days especially by the drive manufacturers and in English referred to as 'GB'. Or is it meaning binary? [factor of 1024x: bytes > kilobytes > etc.] i.e. what's more properly known as gibibytes [GiB] but still referred to as gigabytes [GB] by Microsoft under Windows, even tho' it's binary not decimal to them. They're technically correct, it was always binary before the drive manufacturers saw an advantage to make their drives look bigger.

    So whether 1.98 G0 is taken as either decimal, in which case it's clearly 1,980,000,000 bytes, or as binary in which case it's 1.98 multiplied by 1024 three times = ~2,126,008,811 bytes, because the FAT16 files size limit is 2,147,483,647 bytes then mathematically either way your nuvi 360 does not have a have such a file size limit as 1.98 G0, regardless of 'G0' being treated as decimal or binary. Nor is it limited to a '2 GB' FAT16 SD card like is, for example, the StreetPilot c3x0. The nuvi 3x0/6x0 series can read larger FAT32 cards but an IMG either on card or device cannot exceed the FAT16 file's size limit.

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    Ok English is a little fence for me, sorry for my bad english, I am limited, by cons I can say that even if I use a 4GB SD card with an IMG file bigger than 1.9GB, either in my nuvi 360 or an old Treet pilot, well the gps bug, i know this, i tried!

    Now I will use the term GB (on my french PC it is written Go for Giga octets so its same Giga Bytes).

    In short, what I wanted to say is that even if we use a fat32 card 4GB or more, the size of the My IMG is limited too (is not just because SD Card size).

    Is the same thing said, I do not think I am in error?

    So if i read your post#21 i think i am OK
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    Last edited by quebec001; 2nd February 2017 at 15:32.

 

 
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