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    I have Igo 9.6.29.329069 working OK but there is no Save Folder. Can someone please tell me how to add a Save Folder. Each time I switch it off I have to revert to the original setup again.

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    Pete

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    The save folder is created automatically.
    When your Primo does not create a save folder, you should ask yourself if Primo has write-rights in the main Primo folder.
    I think you are on Android higher than KitKat (thus 5.x and higher) and your Primo is on external sd. It's better in that case to have the program in internal while you still can have the content on external

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    Hi G-ulash,

    Ah thanks, now I understand. Yes you are correct on all counts, the Android is 5.1.1 Lolipop and I was using an SD card for testing. I will now try it with internal loading and see how I go.

    If I do that do I just load the apk. to the internal and have all other folders on the SD card or do I need to add some other folders as well to internal.
    Last edited by PTnavarac; 25th April 2017 at 10:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PTnavarac View Post
    Hi G-ulash,

    Ah thanks, now I understand. Yes you are correct on all counts, the Android is 5.1.1 Lolipop and I was using an SD card for testing. I will now try it with internal loading and see how I go.

    If I do that do I just load the apk. to the internal and have all other folders on the SD card or do I need to add some other folders as well to internal.
    You need to make basic instalation on internal storage / for 4.4.2 and up / - without maps, poi ect... and follow the instructions from [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] from [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] to place maps, poi, ect to external SD card .

    Another way is to root device and make permissions RW for apps like iGo ... easy way is SDCardFix - then all can be on external storage.

    The name of SDCard is important, so use Something like TotalCommander or ESFileExplorer to see how is named own in your device.

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    Just to be clear, is there a reason why I should not load the complete iGO on to internal storage?

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    NO ONE IS A SEER, READ: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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    Menu questions become very arduous, a lot of time chewed deja vu...Since we have lost all the year of work and effort, many people have no will to answer the same questions again. Me neather. Use a search, please.

 

 

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