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    Does anybody have problems with TMC after updating? Since updating I doesn't get traffic messages anymore..

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    I'm trying do this trick without success for a while now.

    In raspberry PI : desktop:/usr/local/src/evoplus_cid/jni# ./evoplus_cid /dev/mmcblk0 5d5342303030384712750a9e2f0117bf Writing new CID: 5d5342303030384712750a9e2f0117bf Success! Remove and reinsert SD card to check new CID . however cid keeps always the initial one.

    In SM-T561, galaxy TAB E when try to execute ./evoplus_cid.c get ./evoplus_cid.c[11]: syntax error: '(' unexpected . No one explain that simple thing anywhere “the compiled binary file to android is in libs/armabi folder. So now everybody who reads this will Know. Also don't have a "/ dev / mmcblk * in Tab E. But can read the cid easily in ./sys/devices/spdr-sdhci.0/mmc_host/mmc1/mmc1:59b4/cid. when mount, or df only see dev/block/vold/179:129 not “/ dev / mmcblk *

    My card is mmc1:59b4. So I believe it wont works anyway. I'm using a samsung EVO 64gb MB-MP64D

    Are you using evoplus_cid or something else?

    thanks to all
    Last edited by marath; 29th April 2018 at 02:43 PM. Reason: find more info

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black1982 View Post
    This I told many times what you must check before buying Samsung EVO SD card .. not where was made but model number, it can be made also in Taiwan or in Jacarta if the model number ends with letter D IT WILL WORK .. so all SD cards which they have D and some other letter THEY WONT WORK!!!! For example model which you mentioned above MB-MP64DA WONT WORK, model MB-MP64D WILL WORK!! it doesent matter if its micro or normal size SD .. this model was selected in first place for changing CID 8GB, 16GB, 32GB ...

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2018 to everyone
    My card is MB-MP64D and it does not work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marath View Post
    My card is MB-MP64D and it does not work.
    To test if your SD card is suitable, enter this command in a Linux terminal window: ls -l /sys/block | grep mmc

    If you see mmcX:0001 (X can be 0,1,2 etc), then the CID can be changed. With mmcX:59b4 cards, many people reported that the tool said 'success', but after removing and reinserting the SD card, the CID was not changed.

    Cards made in Korea have a higher succes rate than cards made in Philippines.

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    I have quite a pile of (most of them working) Samsung Evoplus SD 32 GB cards and some of them gives result mmcX:0001 but cid cannot be changed. So this doesn't always prove that the card is OK...Anyway most of them are OK, but as I say it's not a guarantee. Most of my working cards are made in Korea..

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    I got one new with 0001 when i test, but cid is not possible to change. So its not enough to test like that like was before.

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    I think with the new Samsung Evo Plus cards (the ones that have 'Evo Plus' printed on the card instead of 'Evo+') it is unfortunately no longer possible to change the CID, even if they are made in Korea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apollo89 View Post
    To test if your SD card is suitable, enter this command in a Linux terminal window: ls -l /sys/block | grep mmc

    If you see mmcX:0001 (X can be 0,1,2 etc), then the CID can be changed. With mmcX:59b4 cards, many people reported that the tool said 'success', but after removing and reinserting the SD card, the CID was not changed.

    Cards made in Korea have a higher succes rate than cards made in Philippines.

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    Precisely that Apollo69. My is mmcX:59b4 . And it happens like that. The tool said 'success', but after removing and reinserting the SD card, the CID was not changed. Thanks for your help.

    Of course it is shipper buy the card with the maps already there :-), and the old maps are just fine in my country, but the fun is to try. Next try is this [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] .

    Wrong shoot , " Samsung has discontinued 80MB/s so we just have 95MB/s now. the model no. is MC32GA/APC. and it is made in Philippines". :-(
    Last edited by marath; 30th April 2018 at 02:29 PM.

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    Hello everyone,

    Is it possible to upload again on Mega the updated maps ? Because the links are dead.

    Thank you so much

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    Same here...
    i woukld really appreciate if you could reup the maps. Link is dead

    Thank you in advanced

 

 
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