Ver os mapas JNX não oficiais no GPS

Attention: This procedure can void  guarantee
BirdEye (JNX files) - Patched firmwares for Garmin GPS
A dummy's guide

1st release Jan29th 2011
2sd release Mar12th 2011
3rd release Jul10th 2012
4th release  Feb13 2014

ALLWAYS USE FULLY CHARGED BATTERIES

Follow these steps (each step will be fully explained later)

A- Check if your GPS is BirdsEye compliant (go to Garmin's website to get last list)

B- Check your GPS firmware version.


C- Check if the firmware is for your GPS model (do not try to use a different one).

D- If the firmware has the same version number of your's firmware gps, you will have to change your GPS firmware (downgrade or upgrade)             BEFORE trying to install the patched firmware. If not, proceed to install patched firmware.


E- Install patched firmware


              
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A- Check if your GPS is BirdsEye compliant


- Go, and check if your GPS can accept JNX type images (Garmin's BirdsEye)
    https://buy.garmin.com/shop/shop.do?pID=70144

B- Check your GPS firmware version.

- In your GPS, follow these steps (steps may change a little for each version- see your manual):
    Setup -> About -> Software x.xx, Unit ID xxxxxxxxxx, GPS Software Version X.00
    (only first line has the relevant information)
 
 C- Check if the firmware is for your GPS model (do not try to use a different one).

- Patched firmware in this distribution:   

[13/02/2014]
Firmware 3.80 for Oregon 6x0 https://mega.co.nz/#!2MggnSDL!fZ0qxDoBO3ATmZNKZY4rLU2HvmGk0dLLObKFLskQNhU
Password: 1 (thanks to jagmagana)

1 Extrac file gupdate.gcd from RAR file (password: 1 (number 1)

2 Save file in Garmin folder

3 Disconnect GPS safely from PC

4 GPS ON . Wait for update - a couple minutes.

5 Check About -> patched V3.81 ;-)

[14/06/2012] Firmware 5.80 for Oregon 450 and 550  NOT FOR Oregon 6x0 FAMILY
 https://www.dropbox.com/s/kz444r5xhuzucnm/Oregonx50_WebUpdater__580_patched.rar 
Password:
1 (thanks to jagmagana)


See http://www.iogrea.com/content/firmware-patched  for updated patches ready to use.

Tested patched Firmware 02-06-2012

Each version has 0.01 added to the official names in order to differ them and to be useless the checking for the versions

 Astro 320 Version 2.71: http://www.iogrea.com/Descargas/astro320/gupdate.gcd
Colorado Versión 3.71: http://www.iogrea.com/descargas/colorado/gupdate.gcd
Dakota 10/20 Versión 5.21: http://www.iogrea.com/Descargas/520/GUPDATE.gcd
Edge 800 Versión 2.41: http://www.iogrea.com/Descargas/edge800/GUPDATE.GCD
Etrex 20/30 Versión 2.81: http://www.iogrea.com/Descargas/etrex20/GUPDATE.GCD

GpsMap 62/78 Versión 4.31: http://www.iogrea.com/Descargas/GPSMAP62_78/GUPDATE.GCD

GpsMap 62sc/62stc Versión: 3.11: http://www.iogrea.com/Descargas/gpsmap62sc_stc/GUPDATE.GCD
Montana Versión 4.21: http://www.iogrea.com/Descargas/montana/GUPDATE.GCD


Oregón x00 Versión 4.21: http://www.iogrea.com/Descargas/oregonx00/GUPDATE.GCD  NOT FOR OREGON 6x0 family
Oregón x50 Versión 5.81: http://www.iogrea.com/Descargas/oregonx50/GUPDATE.GCD  NOT FOR OREGON 6x0 family

Rino 6xx Versión 2.91: http://www.iogrea.com/Descargas/erino/GUPDATE.GCD

(Thanks to Iogrea)
 


A general patcher can be downloaded. For more information: http://whiter.brinkster.net/en/Versions.shtml



D- If the firmware has the same version number of your's firmware gps, you will have to change your GPS firmware (downgrade or upgrade)             BEFORE trying to install the patched firmware. If not, proceed to install patched firmware.

- How to downgrade/upgrade your GPS firmware
.1 Get your firmware (see models)
    http://garminoregon.wikispaces.com/Versions
    http://garminoregon.wikispaces.com/Versions+x50
    http://garmincolorado.wikispaces.com/Versions#Colorado

 or here:
    http://www.gawisp.com/perry/edge/
    http://www.gawisp.com/perry/oregon/
    http://www.gawisp.com/perry/colorado/

.2 Install the downgrade file:
   
    Change the name of the file you just download to gupdate.gcd
    Attach the GPS to your computer and verify that it is in USB Mass storage mode
    Copy gupdate.gcd to GPS internal memory:\Garmin\gupdate.gcd
    Disconnect GPS from PC
    Restart GPS - wait a few minutes (with some versions, screen will display progress)
    Done


 E- Install patched firmware

- Install patched firmware

    Unrar / unzip your gps appropriated file
    Change the name of the file you just download to gupdate.gcd (if hasn't already the correct name).
    Attach the GPS to your computer and verify that it is in USB Mass storage mode
    Copy gupdate.gcd to GPS internal memory:\Garmin\gupdate.gcd
    Disconnect GPS from PC
    Restart GPS - wait a few minutes (with some versions, screen will display progress)
    Done
   

Remember: ALLWAYS USE FULLY CHARGED BATTERIES when upgrade / downgrade

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No Upgrade? No restart ? No panic. Follow apropriated text for your GPS model

http://garminoregon.wikispaces.com/Miscellaneous  (same for Dakota)
http://garmincolorado.wikispaces.com/Miscellaneous

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[QUOTE] Is there any way to recover a corrupted Oregon without sending it back to Garmin?

Warning: This procedure may delete information (waypoints, routes, tracks, etc) from your GPS and settings may be set back to factory defaults. It is intended to be a "last ditch" recovery procedure.


There are two recovery procedures you can try on your Oregon. The first can be use to solve problems where the unit cannot boot because it gets stuck loading maps or gpx files that might be corrupted. The second procedure can be used to recover a unit which will not start properly after software upgrade.


Recovery #1 -- Forced USB Mass Storage Mode (only available in release 2.85 and after)


If your Oregon freezes during the startup process (i.e. Loading Maps...), and you've just loaded new maps or new gpx files then it could be the new files which are causing the problem. This procedure forces the unit into USB Mass Storage mode so that you can delete (or rename) these files. Follow these steps to recover:


   1. Attach the Oregon to your computer via USB cable
   2. The Oregon will power on and start to boot, immediately power the unit off while still connected
   3. Power on the Oregon and continue to hold down the power button for 30 seconds
   4. The Oregon should enter USB mass storage mode
   5. From your computer remove or rename any gpx, map files (.img, .kmz,jnx) files that were recently added
   6. Unplug the Oregon and power on to see if this remedies the problem


During step 3) you should only see the Garmin banner for 30 seconds followed immediately by the graphic that shows a computer connected to a GPS. If you see any other text such as your custom banner, banners for loading maps, waypoints, etc then you have not held down the power button long enough.


Recovery #2 -- Forced Upgrade using RGN file


This procedure may be useful if you've recently performed an upgrade and the unit no longer works. The procedure will force a low level installation of the software. After running this procedure the Oregon will be running the version of software provided in the RGN file so it may be necessary to run the Webupdater once you are done to upgrade to the newest version of software.


First you'll need to download the correct recovery file based on your device type (Oregon x50, Oregon x00, Dakota). Once you've downloaded the zip file extract it to your C:\ drive using a tool like WinZip. Once the extraction is done you should have two files: C:\Recovery\Updater.exe and C:\Recovery\GUPDATE.rgn.


On your PC click the Start menu, select "Run..." and type "cmd" where it says open. A black window with a DOS command prompt should appear. At the command prompt enter the following command:


> cd c:\Recovery



At the next command prompt type the following command without hitting enter:


> Updater.exe GUPDATE.rgn



Now back to your Oregon.


   1. Disconnect the Oregon and make sure it is powered off
   2. Press and hold down the power button and do NOT release the power button until step 6).
   3. Quickly plug the GPS into your USB cable connected to your PC
   4. Back on the PC hit <enter> to execute the command above, this should bring up the Updater window
   5. Select the USB radio button
   6. Wait for the "Loader" banner at the top of the Oregon screen above the Garmin logo and release the power button
   7. The GPS should display "Software Loader" and Updater should show a download progress bar.
   8. The GPS will go through several update / restart cycles.
   9. If everything goes well the Updater will give a success message and the Oregon will restart running the version of software in the RGN file
  10. Run Webupdater to make sure that the unit has the most up to date software.


If you don't perform steps 2-4 within about 30 seconds the Oregon will end up in USB mass storage mode. If this happens you will need to start over. In step 6 you have just a split second to release the power button at the right time.


When you plug the Oregon into the computer in step 3 you might be asked to install the Garmin USB drivers if this is the first time you have executed this procedure. Allow your PC to automatically update the drivers which should be available on your PC if you've installed Mapsource. If not the USB driver can be downloaded from Garmin.


If you would like to use this procedure to upgrade to a different version from the one provided in the recovery file above go to the Versions or Versions x50 page and download the gcd file for the version you would like use. Download and run TurboCCC's RGN_Tool to convert the gcd file to a rgn file and use that rgn file instead of the one included in the recovery file. This tool has been used successfully with the default settings but please see TurboCCC's wiki for the latest details on how to use this tool.
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http://garminoregon.wikispaces.com/file/view/Recovery_ORx50_340.zip
http://garminoregon.wikispaces.com/file/view/Recovery_ORx00_330.zip
http://garminoregon.wikispaces.com/file/view/Recovery_DK_230.zip

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[QUOTE] My Colorado seems to be corrupted, is there a way I can recover it?

Warning: This procedure may delete information (waypoints, routes, tracks, etc) from your GPS and settings may be set back to factory defaults.


If you can't get your CO to start properly and it will not go into USB storage mode when connected to your computer you can try this as a last ditch recovery. It worked on a 400t that would freeze when loading maps and soft/hard resets didn't not work, I've also used it to recover a Colorado which refused to boot because of a bad gpx file.


First you'll also need to download file below. Once you've downloaded this file unzip it into a directory such as C:\Garmin on your PC.


On your PC click the Start menu, select "Run..." and type "cmd" where it says open. A black window with a DOS command prompt should appear. At the command prompt enter the following command:


> cd c:\Garmin



At the next command prompt type the following command without hitting enter:


> Updater.exe 066101000230.rgn



Now back to your GPS.


Press and hold the "up button" on the Rock'n Roller while you plug the CO into the USB cable. Wait 10-20 seconds while still holding the "up button". You should see a Garmin banner and nothing else. At this point you can hit enter on your PC to execute the updater command. Once the updater runs you will need to select you Colorado under USB and hit enter. This should perform the update (you may get a warning about loading an older version of software). You should receive a message that the update was successful and the Colorado will reboot.


Once the reboot is complete the "Loader" banner should appear near the top of the CO screen after about 30 seconds. Release the "up button" and on your PC you should be able to see the Colorado as a USB drive.


You can now attempt to fix the files on your Colorado which are preventing it from starting. If you've recently added or changed files these are good places to start. Deleting gpx files and/or replacing map img files with your backup copies may resolve the issue as well.
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 http://garmincolorado.wikispaces.com/file/view/Colorado_Mass_Storage.zip
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