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    GPSPower Helper What is wrong with Garmin developer team???
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    Maybe Garmin wants to Brick a Lot of Nuvi's to Keep Noemans.org busy or maybe just to sell new Nuvi's for XMAS.

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    @dasilvarsa
    They may well 'brick' a lot of units, no real problem for us of course but they will p**s off a LOT of layman users if they don't fix this real quick. I know you were being humourous, but the cynical view that they are doing it intentionally to sell more units doesn't wash of course. They will go thru some real pain and will have the blame fairly and squarely laid at their door. The garmin techs will be clocking overtime if it keeps going. This is purely a cock up by someone and it will be interesting to see how widespread it is. Many units will probably simply not load the wrong fw, but some may.
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    see this one appeared yesterday at
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    Navigation software expert What is wrong with Garmin developer team???
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    You can see also Russian text for from inside
    If earlier there were errors of machine translation, it is now explicit typos. I recognize myself when I'm in a big hurry...
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    This is not a firmware ,but this deserve a post here.

    See in Italy (Trekmap Pro v.3/€ 199,00 ) how streets come up in the sea
    I didnt know ,but now I've this map and I'm informed.

    IyjUN

    This is Giannutri Island in the Arcipelago Toscano. I wonder who compiled this map: shame.


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    Navigation software expert What is wrong with Garmin developer team???
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    I see it is export of Russian nano-teleology. On all roads and topo maps from Navicom (one of dealer in Russian) we see this the Deluge in all region. What is interesting the people brought device to a service and damns Garmin developer and not map creators.
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    See also glaciers in Mediterranean sea
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    In the issue sounds like MPC does not make friends with water features???

    May be jump on the HomePort?
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    What is UPDATED [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]?
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    Maybe this: '- UPDATED' placed behind 'City Navigator North America NT 2013.30'? LOL! ......What ...? That's an update insn't it?
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