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    Garmin/GPS Systems GMod. GPSdaemon:extract the files contained in the GMAPSUPP.img file
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    For the old 'region only [ie no visible file system]' units there are only a few ways depending on what you need to flash, the usual being with *rgn file via Updater.exe of course as you clearly know well. Another is using SendMap to flash a supplementary detail map to region 10 [hex 0A], or invoking WebUpdater directly with cmd pmt or a bat file for some map updates such as primary detail map to region 49 [hex 31]: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] but i guess you're already aware of that method as well.
    I simply don't know any other methods not involving the above.

    Certainly there are no rrgn/xrgn/ergn commands in the old unit fw which will allow using txt commands with ldr.bin on a media card in any case. It's possible to directly flash regions with just a *.bin file saved as an *.rgn [without boot.bin] as it is in many modern units but probably a little safer to do it with boot.bin included for the specific unit in the rgn file.
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    This particular older application has tripped-up plenty of experienced ppl. That's because even tho' it has an EXE which starts the GUI (Graphic User Interface) it relies on command line use to start it in the two more advanced modes, whereas more modern software would usually have those functions enabled by selection on the GUI itself. So to start the program in either 'full' or 'export' mode, you need to not have the GUI open and then run the relevant command. For ppl not familiar with cmd pmt use that may seem daunting but there is an easier way to do by use of a batch file (BAT) containing the command. I've attached a ZIP file which contains two *.bat files to start full and expert mode as well as the gpsdaemon.exe itself. Extract the ZIP file somewhere convenient, even the desktop is fine, and you'll have a folder named "GPSDaemon_with_BAT_files". Open the folder and double click the BAT file for the task (full or expert mode), the GUI will open in that mode and then proceed to follow the step-by-step guides in Post #33 or Post #34 depending on device.
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    Hi!

    Does somebody have experience with Garmin nuvi devices and GPSdaemon software? I want to read and write regions from and to nuvi, edge, Astro and Alpha devices. In same cases command xrgn does not work and I need better tool for writing regions inside devices.

    Any help?

 

 

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