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    Quote Originally Posted by hellrc5 View Post
    U need the pn6000 unlock or the original fw for the pn1000 or what? I got these files but limited access
    Hello,

    Well the unlock contents for a PN 1000.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by nixz View Post
    Hello,

    Well the unlock contents for a PN 1000.

    Thanks

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    this is the pn6000 unlock, should work out of the box on pn6000 pn4000 and the pn3010, I remember could easily adopt it to the pn3000 and to the pn2050 , I reckon it should be the same for the pn1000 as the pn2050 and pn3000. As far as I remember I had to rename just one file.

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    Great thanks i will try it out

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    Please i need original firmware for VDO PN3000 . After unlocked device worked fine untill i try to start IGO i mess something and now is bricked and won't start.

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    Here it is:

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (unRAR, unZIP and copy to SD, restart device)

    Good luck!

    And here are my original completely automatic unlock and install SD (1GB) with iGO 8, Primo (all devices) and Garmin (only 480x272):

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (RAR 59.7 MB)

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (RAR 133 MB)

    This is for checking actual model, screen calibration, ...

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    1. Run VDO Service, check model, calibrate screen
    2. Install firmware
    3. Unlock and install navigation

    If anything goes wrong, go back to 1.

    Only thing I do remember about unlock SD is that you can use them as "demo" and also do actual installation.
    Everything is done with menus.
    I do not have devices to test it again, but it was actually tested on all devices.

    Good luck!
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    Thanks i will keep those files like my eyes
    I already try above steps but it seems that my problem is more deep navigation won't react on sd card after plug in and reset device , it simply stays on loading screen and do nothing . I also cannot see device on my pc . And power button simlpy cannot turn device off .
    I think maybe some part from bootloader is missing or corrupted.
    Around me there are no service centers so i must try to repair by my self and i'm open to any ideas how to access to internal flash or some force update methods even those with risk to finish with dead device.
    Thanks in advance for everyone who can give me some advices how to proceed.

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    Take battery out, wait 5 minutes, put in SD with firmware, put back battery, turn on and "pray"
    That always recovered device if problem was in software (any kind).
    But it could not solve hardware problems.

    Good luck!

    All these devices are known for overheating in work.
    I have one PN4000 and one PN6000 with defective memory, waiting to end up in trash (and soon they will).
    No help for them.
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