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    I have a pioneer avic F310BT. It has wince 5.0
    I have tried igo 8 and primo, but they give maps missing errors in the crash logs. I have maps in the maps folder

    little info about the device:

    Screen : 480x272 16 bit
    RAM : total: 121 Mb, avail: 106 Mb
    CPU : ARM rev.5
    OS: Wince 5.0

    I use testmode to boot to windows, and try to start igo from there, but thats when i only get "crash" file. I am wondering if its even possible to run iGo on the device....or any other wince based gps?


    This is one of the sys files i have tried

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    And this is the usual crash log.

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    Welcome to forum.
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    Your device have 128MB I guess, and you are using original sys
    You can try with Primo so called Honda Ciivic Reborn, which is proved to be excellent version. But, for further help, provide us more infos.
    Maybe your device need to be unlocked first. Maybe. Or just is enough to replace adequate software.
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    The f310bt should be able to run IGO8 and Primo. Maybe as Boki_srb says, it needs a hack. You could google for it but I can not guarantee any success for living links as this device is dated 2009/2010, maybe even older.
    As the error message is saying "map not found", it has nothing to do with country maps. Do know that the program searches for a file with a .map extension that is not made by non-legitimate programs. On a crash, every crash.txt from any cracked program shows that line, even when all possible map files (.fbl) are loaded.
    However, you could provide useful info telling us what error message shows on screen when the crash happens, or what routine is in progress, showing on screen at that moment.

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    iGO8 uses different map format than the newer 8.3; update your proggy then you can use latest maps.

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    ???
    The crash log in post1 is from primo 9.6.2.209584, which btw uses the same mas as 8.3 and all newer versions.

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    "\Storage Card\igo_9.6.2.209584\iGO\Primo.map" is not correct installation (unless you have a way of telling WinCE to use it)
    All contents (including maps) goes under ..\content directory.

 

 

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