ENJOY THE FREE NAV GET RID OF PAYING HEAVY FOR NEW SD CARD ENJOY INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Wince Device(Car LCD;chinese; City Aspire caska or any Navigation capable Car LCD) 2. Min 1 GB micro SD Card 3.Download any of the software either Sygic or IGO Primo from follwing links 4.Extract Using WinRar on PC / Mobile 5. Paste in SD card 6. Plug in the card in LCD (I have given Name MobileNavigator of the main folder have.EXE file as my city aspire CASCA LCD had default path) 7. Give path as MobileNavigator/MobileNavigator.exe IGOPRIMO 9.8 Sygic 13.2.2 Both includes Pakistan Maps Enjoy Stay blessed Long Live Pakistan.
( 04:22 AM)nabi Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Or to view.How come?
Igo dont care for what Windows CE, minimal CE4.20. I have the same igo (PDA) running on a 4.20 and on a 6.0 Windows version. What iGO are you using? Did you copy from one device to another? => then delete the save folder and check sys.txt for device related lines.
I have different copies on my disk, just stored same versions / with different data/branding files. I test out many dvdunits weekly. And I have never had this problem, but I saw that it was CE 6.0 and I thought that this was the issue!:-). Im copying the files over again now, and i'll simply try to delete the save folder and see how that goes:)). What happens is: When I click navigation, the bootscreen comes up, and then it kicks me out. The resolution is correct! I tried deleting the 'save' folder, but without success, same problem occour still.:(.
Jan 13, 2018 - RE: Where can I get software for Windows CE6.0. @ Amcis iGO8 is not the same software as Primo, but both are produced by the same.
( 07:37 AM)nabi Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Or to view.When iGO starting up, it checks license resolution language voice, I think in that order. How sure are you about the resolution? Does your data.zip support it? And/or did you you change data.zip and branding.zip files around? Im pretty sure I have changed the data/branding zip sometime down the road, but it is ages ago. Data.zip is 43,369 KB in size Branding.zip is 3,711 KB in size Im 100% sure about the resolution, as I have used the resolution tester aswell to confirm it.
It is running 800x480 in resolution. How can i check if the data.zip supports it? (been having problems finding releases on the net aswell nowadays, of branding/data zip). There are many data.zips around.
And your sys.txt looks O.K., as long as data.zip is right. Tried changing the sys file only, and I get this error: 'Failed to open file: ui_igo8 960_544 loading.bmp. The first attempt when booting the screen goes black for a few and returns back to where I started.