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    Hello,

    I have noticed in my GarminDevice.xml file that I have multiple entries for Cyclops cams:

    <UpdateFile>
    <PartNumber>006-D2072-00</PartNumber>
    <Version>
    <Major>0</Major>
    <Minor>0</Minor>
    </Version>
    <Path>Garmin/POI</Path>
    <FileName>Eastern Europe_2019-06-22.gpi</FileName>
    </UpdateFile>
    So far I have at least 7 entries:

    <FileName>Eastern Europe_2019-06-22.gpi</FileName>
    <FileName>Cyclops.gpi</FileName>
    <FileName>Cyclops 2019-04-23.gpi</FileName>
    <FileName>Eastern Europe_2019-05-14.gpi</FileName>
    <FileName>Eastern Europe_2019-06-11.gpi</FileName>
    <FileName>Eastern Europe_2019-07-01.gpi</FileName>
    <FileName>Eastern Europe.gpi</FileName>
    As you can see from the names, I was loading them as they were released here (thank you very much for these files once again!).
    I believe having multiple files is causing my device to crash and reboot unexpectedly when approaching speed-trap locations - not every time, but usually once per trip.
    I've tried to delete these files via an option "Delete custom POI", but this give me no results - it only deletes SCDB files (or any other POI I had loaded).

    As my unit is in-dash Kenwood car unit - I have no direct access to the internal memory of my device to connect via PC and delete any extra files.

    Is there any option to delete those files, or factory reset of a device is my only option at this point?

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    What is the device you're using? You tried to delete the .gpi files directly? After deleting the file, check to see if proggy still uses it.
    Do not PM me with questions. That's what a forum is for.

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    I can't see any GPI files directly. I use dedicated USB port for a media to load any additional POI. They do not apper on SD card which I use for map data. They are copied directly to the ROM as I understand, which is not accessible.
    Device is Kenwood DNX5160

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    Quote Originally Posted by pupu View Post
    I can't see any GPI files directly...
    Setup your windows explorer for find all system file and all hide file
    Last edited by quebec001; 27th September 2019 at 05:32 PM.

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    This forum is focused on car navigation but out of curiosity, if anyone did tried Cyclops on a handheld units like GPSMAP 6x series? On this weekend I'd played with Cyclops POIs using my GPSMAP 62 and the findings are as follows

    1. It looks like the unit does recognize the POIs. It displays a meaningful info about Cyclops data on the About screen. So it should work (as this was promised early in this thread).

    2. When simulated driving, no text banners, no beeps, nothing. Seems it does not work. But perhaps the feature is designed to do not disturb the user when it's not necessary. On the handheld units it's not possible for user to control the simulation speed. So no overspeed, no alert. Seems quite logical. But a proximity alerts are also missing. Or it does not work on the handhelds indeed?

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    It is software problem, respectively - its capabilities. Software in device.
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    Not just a software problem. Garmin made from cyclops a very special POI type. It's too much hidden. It's not visible on the map nor it mentioned in any POI list. It can not be transferred between the device and desktop application, etc. If speedcam alert is illegal it just should not be there. But what is illegal in one jurisdiction can be perfectly legal in the other. Garmin took one-size-fits-all approach and created the problem for everyone. It's too difficult for users to verify that feature. Definitely a design problem

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    Is there a way to convert these .GPI files to .GPX format ?

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    No, they are encripted

 

 

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