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Nav'n'Go iGo on TG01

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I or Neil said that I think...

I don't think that there is any "hidden relationship"... Just that the Omnia had the same problem and iGO devs solved it :D

Thats right- it doesn't signify anything except that the [Device] parameter points to a set of hardware specs for specified devices within the data.zip file; the Omnia has a similar GPS setup to the TG01. I'm sure someone will add an entry to data.zip so the TG01 is recognised natively.

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I did not know that this is contained in data.zip... I will look at that :D

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.......BTW I tried to post this on your spanish forum but I never succeded in posting :D

Don't worry, I'll do it (quoting the origin, of course, as I always like to do...)

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My igo is "13 August version" and my SYS.txt is:

[..]

[tmc]

;port="COM,9"

;source="royaltek"

saved_config_available="1"

Howx did you use the TMC ? bluetooth Radio receiver ?

EDIT...

sorry after better reading, don't use TMC feature because ";"

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Can you tell me what version of IGO works on tg01, pls?

Thank you!!!

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I use 8.3.4.102680 and tested 8.3.2.93112... In fact any 8.3.x.x should work but I always use the latest available !

By the way :

I tested a way to bypass this with LeSScro :)

I uploaded a data.zip based on latest version available (10b) : http://www.steekr.com/n/50-17/share/LNK56374aa0243190c00/

With this data.zip the TG01 is AUTOMATICALLY detected without modifying anything in the SYS.TXT :)

Thanks to LeSScro for his efficient and quick tests :)

Let me know if it works...

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This method works great without problem...

GPSgateCe is dead... no need to use this now...

:)

Thx The real Mc Coy.... :)

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This method works great without problem...

GPSgateCe is dead... no need to use this now...

:)

Thx The real Mc Coy.... :)

GPSgateCe is dead? Not at all.

As well as Igo8, there are a lot of APPs that use internal GPS.... I'm going to keep using GPSgate, but, as said, its a great solution for people using only IGO8!!!

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AFAIK, now only TomTom requires GPSGate... Do you have any other exemple of software needing GPSGate ?

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Good work Mc Coy and leSScro :)

Now using the new Data.zip and I think the display is better as well, as it is set for true high resolution!

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I uploaded a data.zip based on latest version available (10b) : http://www.steekr.com/n/50-17/share/LNK56374aa0243190c00/

With this data.zip the TG01 is AUTOMATICALLY detected without modifying anything in the SYS.TXT :)

Should I copy all content from data.zip to my device?

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AFAIK, now only TomTom requires GPSGate... Do you have any other exemple of software needing GPSGate ?

CompeGPS, bing, Google Navigator, Wififofum, GPS2clipboard.....

Best Regards

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Should I copy all content from data.zip to my device?

No just replace your data.zip by the one I provided.

xdalover : Google Navigator, if I recall well, works on my TG01 without GPSGate... I uninstalled it because graphically it's bad and the instructions are bad too :) I will re-test... I did not try bing or Wififofum (but I will)...

Edited by The Real Mc Coy
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CompeGPS, bing, Google Navigator, Wififofum, GPS2clipboard.....

Best Regards

I think wififofum will work without gpsgate if you use these settings...

GPS: GPD9

Baud Rate: 4800

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I know I'm not in the correct section, but thanks :D

why ? because I just installed iGO on my new HD2, and GPS wasn't working ... I added

[device]

type="SGH-i900"

and voila!!!! it works now :(

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I uploaded a data.zip based on latest version available (10b) : http://www.steekr.com/n/50-17/share/LNK56374aa0243190c00/

Hello,

the link appears to be dead. Can someone please kindly upload it somewhere else?

Thank you!

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Hello,

the link appears to be dead. Can someone please kindly upload it somewhere else?

Thank you!

You don't need data.zip, just add these lines in yor sys.txt and GPS will work after you restart IGO.

[device]

type="SGH-i900"

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You don't need data.zip, just add these lines in yor sys.txt and GPS will work after you restart IGO.

[device]

type="SGH-i900"

No, done that, not working, cant find the gps receptor. Any other ideas ? some other settings in the device itself maybe?

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No, done that, not working, cant find the gps receptor. Any other ideas ? some other settings in the device itself maybe?

I've just tried it and it works for me, i put all the gps settings to auto and igo found my receiver in a few seconds.

It only worked after chaning settings to auto though, for port and baud.

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Ok, let's start actually MODding something, not just using settings for SGH-i900.

The magic line in sys.txt that allows igo to be used without gpsgate is

[device]

type="SGH-i900"

But if you start igo and rotate the device, the screen becomes a mess.

What does this line excatly do? Well, it loads settings from data.zip\config\dvices\SGH-i900.ini

The content of that file is:

info_names="SAMSUNG SGH-I900"

[gps]

source="virtserial"

[rawdisplay]

driver="gdi"

autoconfig=1

orientation_restore=1

[interface]

maxzoom2d=6000000

show_exit=1

[registry]

oninit1="HKCU\ControlPanel\MotionSensor\AutoOrientation:DWORD:0"

onexitreset1="HKCU\ControlPanel\MotionSensor\AutoOrientation:DWORD"

oninit2="HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\BackLight\ALCMode:DWORD:0"

onexitreset2="HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\BackLight\ALCMode:DWORD"

[power]

backlight_key_Brightness_BA1 ="Brightness"

backlight_key_Brightness_AC1 ="ACBrightness"

backlight_manage_values = 1

backlight_manage_keys = 1

backlight_max = 12

backlight_min = 0

backlight_methods = 1

backlight_events = 1

skip_resume_process=1

skip_suspend_process=1

[device]

sdcard_dsk_num=4

As you can see, in the [registry] section we have the settings to stop autorotation, but those are the settings for Samsung SGH-i900. So all we have to do is change those for Toshiba TG01.

I dont have the unit anymore to test it myself, but I am sure someone here will modify this in like 10 minutes to disable autorotation during navigation.

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Ok, let's start actually MODding something, not just using settings for SGH-i900.

The magic line in sys.txt that allows igo to be used without gpsgate is

[device]

type="SGH-i900"

But if you start igo and rotate the device, the screen becomes a mess.

What does this line excatly do? Well, it loads settings from data.zip\config\dvices\SGH-i900.ini

The content of that file is:

info_names="SAMSUNG SGH-I900"

[gps]

source="virtserial"

[rawdisplay]

driver="gdi"

autoconfig=1

orientation_restore=1

[interface]

maxzoom2d=6000000

show_exit=1

[registry]

oninit1="HKCU\ControlPanel\MotionSensor\AutoOrientation:DWORD:0"

onexitreset1="HKCU\ControlPanel\MotionSensor\AutoOrientation:DWORD"

oninit2="HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\BackLight\ALCMode:DWORD:0"

onexitreset2="HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\BackLight\ALCMode:DWORD"

[power]

backlight_key_Brightness_BA1 ="Brightness"

backlight_key_Brightness_AC1 ="ACBrightness"

backlight_manage_values = 1

backlight_manage_keys = 1

backlight_max = 12

backlight_min = 0

backlight_methods = 1

backlight_events = 1

skip_resume_process=1

skip_suspend_process=1

[device]

sdcard_dsk_num=4

As you can see, in the [registry] section we have the settings to stop autorotation, but those are the settings for Samsung SGH-i900. So all we have to do is change those for Toshiba TG01.

I dont have the unit anymore to test it myself, but I am sure someone here will modify this in like 10 minutes to disable autorotation during navigation.

Just finished playing around with this but with no luck. Was quite a long shot though as my programing knowledge is somewhat limited. It seems that modifying any of the .ini files will stop the program from starting.

I managed to modify the sys.txt file to start in portrait, but that's not much use.

Best solution until someone tackles this that knows what they're doing is to start the program in landscape mode, therefore you do not need to disable auto rotation through WM.

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Here is my "Toshiba TG01.ini" file to be inserted in data.zip in "config\devices" :

info_names="TOSHIBA TG01"


[debug]

queue_length=200

enable_buildings=1

enable_roadshadow=1

enable_roadsign=1



[gps]

source="virtserial"


[interface]

show_zoombar=1

show_timezoneslider=1

reset_os_timezone=1

vga=1

wide=1

width=800

height=480

maxzoom2d=6000000

show_exit=1


[rawdisplay]

driver="GDI"

screen_x=800

screen_y=480

highres=1

orientation_restore=1


[registry]

oninit1="HKCU\ControlPanel\MotionSensor\AutoOrientation:DWORD:0"

onexitreset1="HKCU\ControlPanel\MotionSensor\AutoOrientation:DWORD"

oninit2="HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\BackLight\ALCMode:DWORD:0"

onexitreset2="HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\BackLight\ALCMode:DWORD"


[power]

backlight_key_Brightness_BA1 ="Brightness"

backlight_key_Brightness_AC1 ="ACBrightness"

backlight_manage_values = 1

backlight_manage_keys = 1

backlight_max = 12

backlight_min = 0

backlight_methods = 1

backlight_events = 1

skip_resume_process=1

skip_suspend_process=1
I don't know if all parameters are usefull but it works... I checked the registry values present in the ini above and there are 2 differences on my TG01 registry :
HKCU\ControlPanel\MotionSensor\AutoOrientation:DWORD:637612032

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\BackLight\ALCMode:DWORD:637612032
I don't know wether this is important or not... Here is my SYS.TXT too :
[project]

name="igo8_pda"


[folders]

app="%SDCARD%/iGO8"


[interface]

maxzoom2d=6000000

show_exit=1

skin="ui_igo8"


[rawdisplay]

highres=1

autoconfig=0

driver="GDI"


[map]

2dheadup=1

3d_max_tiltlevel=7800

3d_scale_carmodel=1

3dcarsizemin=3000

3dcarsizemax=4500

3dcarsizemul=10000


[debug]

reserve_memory=4088

cache=358444

Once again I don't know if all parameters are usefull...

Edited by The Real Mc Coy
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I just copied your "Toshiba TG01.ini" and placed in config/devices and placed your sys.txt in the root folder for igo8.

When it loads I get 'program application database cannot be found....'

Edited by Medved77
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How did you repacked data.zip ? Did you used Winzip with standard compression ?

To me the data.zip is not valid in your case.

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How did you repacked data.zip ? Did you used Winzip with standard compression ?

To me the data.zip is not valid in your case.

You don't need any file to modify except sys.txt and specify:

[gps]

source="virtserial"

I not modified data.zip

I get working Amigo (Igo8) only with this settings.

I post my SYS.txt with display settings optimized for the TG01 with this one the console is only 320x240 but when the route starts display sets at 800x480 in landscape mode:

[interface]

resolution_dir="320_240"

screen_x=800

screen_y=480

[rawdisplay]

screen_x=800

screen_y=480

class="rlandscape"

[debug]

skip_eula=1

[sound]

ding=0

[warning]

speedlimit_warning_visual=1

speedlimit_warning_voice=1

speedcam_soundtype=1

speedcam_visualtype=1

speedwarn_tolerance=105

speedwarn_alt_tolerance=105

speedcam_warning=1

[registry]

oninit1="HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\Timeouts\ACSuspendTimeout:DWORD:0"

oninit2="HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\Timeouts\BattSuspendTimeout:DWORD:0"

oninit3="HKCU\ControlPanel\BackLight\BatteryTimeout:DWORD:0"

oninit4="HKCU\ControlPanel\BackLight\ACTimeout:DWORD:0"

onexitreset1="HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\Timeouts\ACSuspendTimeout:DWORD"

onexitreset2="HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\Timeouts\BattSuspendTimeout:DWORD"

onexitreset3="HKCU\ControlPanel\BackLight\BatteryTimeout:DWORD"

onexitreset4="HKCU\ControlPanel\BackLight\ACTimeout:DWORD"

[gps]

source="virtserial"

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