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    I have HTC One M7, Android 5.0.2 rooted, no SDCard port in this device.
    My other device is LG GPad 8.3 rooted with Android 5.0.2 with SDCard.
    In my two devices, file content.db does not exit. I checked in the memory of the telephone and in the sd card, all over.

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    Yea, I also do not have this "content.db" file. Searched all tomtom go folders. Perhaps they are no longer using this "content.db" file in versions 1.9 and above? I have the latest 1.13.2 and I am on Android 4.4.2. Since Esquiro is also on 4.4.2, I don't think this is an issue with Android.

    Esquiro, can you try updating your TomTom Go to the latest version?

    I do see a "contentconsumer.sqlite" file though. I know that sqlite is a database format. Perhaps they have changed the name and format? I tried changing the name of this "contentconsumer.sqlite" file to "content.db" and then tried to run it through your script. I received an error message like visda saying "Eror "sqlcipher": No encryption key valid". I also tried your v4 file and that also did not work.

    We would appreciate it very much if you can update your script. Thank you.
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    For the user's who need a list of the voices with their numbers:



    Spoiler: Names and numbers

    Code:
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    The simplest way to add some recorded (fun or other, but not crypted!) voices to an unrooted device: Let the device load a new foreign voice (e.g. English(New_Zealand) - Ben). You will find this new voice here:

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Overwrite the data98.chk (in case of Ben) with your wished and renamed (to data98.chk in case of Ben) data*.chk, but don't touch the origin *.vif (not change/overwrite the data98.vif in case of Ben).
    Et voilą: Ben talk with your voice.

    P.S.: Pleasue use the direct-link above to view the picture. Sorry for this inconvenient presentation, something in this sh***y forum-software lately hinders the embedding of pictures .
    Last edited by Alfred_ML; Yesterday at 13:25. Reason: Note on the possible voices
    Please make no unfounded full-quotings. Don't be a parrot! Or do you repeat every answer of your conversation partner in real life? Please use the button "Reply" for a direct answer. He was made for it.

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    WOW WOW WOW. Alfred, you are the best! It works! and it's so simple!

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    Quote Originally Posted by esquiro View Post
    Your directory (data/data/com.tomtom.gplay.navapp/database) is not the same as mine (\Android\data\com.tomtom.gplay.navapp\files\ on my Samsung S4 Android 4.4.2) but it seems to be the good directory.
    "Content.db" file is an encrypted file => It's normal.

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    Dear Esquiro

    I have a non-root s4 Lollipop
    With the internal full charged it is installed in the external
    On the internal under Android data structure is replicated and with 1.8 figure Content.db

    Perform a complete uninstall, delete cache, data, stop, uninstall, verify that there are no remains and install the original 12 downloaded here and then uninstall and install the 14

    Content.db does not appear on the internal or the external.

    With 4.2.2 Jelly Bean is all the same ...

    As you know in 4.2.2 external permissions are available and you could install 1.4 in the root.

    Go in 4.2.2 is installed under Android / data on the external and is replicated in the internal

    It is not ruled out that they have made adjustments for good purpose or to prevent modifications.


    regards
    Last edited by thunword; 9th February 2017 at 11:43.

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    The solution in #34 to simple? Why simple, if also exist a complicated way...
    Please make no unfounded full-quotings. Don't be a parrot! Or do you repeat every answer of your conversation partner in real life? Please use the button "Reply" for a direct answer. He was made for it.

 

 
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