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    ☼ADMIN☼ Garmin StreetPilot 1.49 Android OS ICS 4.0.x for no-rooted devices by djeman&Black Wolf
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    Quote Originally Posted by chteh View Post
    May I know how to repack for other resolution?

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    Hello,
    when I download hebrew language from streetpilot languages, install it, and when I go back to streetpilot I cant choose hebrew lang and ny map(Israel 2013.40) shows the street names in english, but the map support street names in hebrew. my device is rooted. how can I fix it?
    thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mejok View Post
    Hello,
    when I download hebrew language from streetpilot languages, install it, and when I go back to streetpilot I cant choose hebrew lang and ny map(Israel 2013.40) shows the street names in english, but the map support street names in hebrew. my device is rooted. how can I fix it?
    thank you.
    Have you installed CN Israel 2013.40 for GMXT and GMPC (change to cp1252) version or the normal one ?
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    The normal one(without change cp to 1252).
    But why the all program language is not Hebrew?
    By the way, where should I put the JCV file?

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    Try the other version [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]


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    I still see the street names in English, but I dont understand why the program language (the menus) is not Hebrew?
    And for the JCV I should copy it to: Garmin/System/JCV ?

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    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ]As you can see in the screen shots I have copied the hebrew language files to text folder, but in the program I cant choose hebrew:
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    ☼ADMIN☼ Garmin StreetPilot 1.49 Android OS ICS 4.0.x for no-rooted devices by djeman&Black Wolf
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    Where have you copied these .txt files ?
    Look at the picture above and copy them in a folder named Text in the same directory "Garmin" where is folder Voice.
    Read this and look at nuvi 3790 structure and create the same ,or you'll waste a lot of time.
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    I did it, I copied the .glx language files to this directory:

    data\data\com.Garmin.android.apps.gmobilext/System/Text

    But it doesn't work. I have also tried by the program that you can download languages with it(streetpilot languages) but both of them dosent work.

    Maybe it because I took the Garmin folder from here:[Only registered and activated users can see links. ] 33) but the apk made me error that the application can run only in padfone mode, so I took the apk from that post, install it and it worked.

    Can you please explain me what have i done wrong and why my menus and map are not in Hebrew?

    thank you.

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    I already replied in the post above yours and with the picture in post n 45
    Edit :you must create Garmin directory in sd
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