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Post Number:#16 » Postby 968driver » Sat Jun 15, 2013 6:02 am

Hi Fatboyfun,

I have tried several skins, but the problem still is there. I did not find a way to configure a power on/off without rebooting. After shutting off the Strada, it always reloads the Primo program instead of directly showing the last map.
However, when putting the Strada in its original state with its original SD card, it does not reload its GPS program and starts directly with the last map.
I also have an unlocked Mio 268 Plus, with iGO8 on the SD card. This unit works 100% O.K., and always shows the last map after power down, without rebooting.
I have allready spent many hours to find a solution, it is a kind of challenge I simply need to solve, ot's addictive.
Surely, there has to be a way around it?

Best regards, Frans.
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Post Number:#17 » Postby chas521 » Sat Jun 15, 2013 12:32 pm

DO NOT JUST SHUT OFF THE CAR IN ORDER TO SHUTDOWN YOUR GPS DEVICE ALSO. YOU MUST EXIT THE PROGRAM PROPERLY THROUGH THE PROGRAM EXIT BUTTON FIRST. If you don't do this, you will get errors because the save folder was not properly saved. You also might have to delete any save folder you now have in your program folders. Unfortunately you'll have to re-do the options.
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Post Number:#18 » Postby Fatboyfun » Sat Jun 15, 2013 9:39 pm

968driver wrote:Hi Fatboyfun,

I have tried several skins, but the problem still is there. I did not find a way to configure a power on/off without rebooting. After shutting off the Strada, it always reloads the Primo program instead of directly showing the last map.
However, when putting the Strada in its original state with its original SD card, it does not reload its GPS program and starts directly with the last map.
I also have an unlocked Mio 268 Plus, with iGO8 on the SD card. This unit works 100% O.K., and always shows the last map after power down, without rebooting.
I have allready spent many hours to find a solution, it is a kind of challenge I simply need to solve, ot's addictive.
Surely, there has to be a way around it?

Best regards, Frans.


You will not be able to suspend the device the normal way, to avoid the reboot you must instruct Primo to suspend the device, on my device i've installed the dimka skin and configured a long press of the menu button to suspend the device.

Primo Menu -> Extra Settings -> Menu Long Click Action (Turn off)

Doing it this way will make Primo go into a suspend mode which may help.
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Post Number:#19 » Postby 968driver » Tue Jun 18, 2013 7:10 pm

Hi Fatboyfun,

I tried about everything in my current knowledge, without result.
(iGO Primo
I installed the diMkaWA_P171 skin and followed your procedure: Primo Menu -> Extra Settings -> Menu Long Click Action (Turn off). Unit turns off, but...
Still, when reactivating Primo, it allways reloads the program and it takes about 45 seconds to proceed with the map. I am beginning to doubt if a solution is possible.

Second problem with the Panasonic Strada with non-original GPS program and maps:
the audio volume is very low, not usable in the car.
I had no success at all in trying to fix this low volume issue?!

These two problems prevent having fun with the updated Strada!

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Post Number:#20 » Postby Fatboyfun » Tue Jun 18, 2013 9:25 pm

968driver wrote:I installed the diMkaWA_P171 skin and followed your procedure: Primo Menu -> Extra Settings -> Menu Long Click Action (Turn off). Unit turns off, but...


Are you holding down the menu button in the lower right of the map display?

968driver wrote:the audio volume is very low


Can you actually hear anything? Check the volume controls within iGO.
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Post Number:#21 » Postby 968driver » Tue Jun 18, 2013 10:19 pm

Yes, "long click" on menu button shuts down the Strada (programmed in menu). I followed your procedure.
Then, click on left side power button (hardware push button) switches on the device again, but igo always reboots.

I have checked all volume controls, they are at maximum (Windows CE and igo). So the maximum volume is just about O.K. for a silent room, that's all. Not sufficient for in car use.
However, volume controls work normally, audio is O.K., only way too silent.

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Post Number:#22 » Postby Fatboyfun » Wed Jun 19, 2013 7:32 am

Unless you can squeeze the installation into internal flash memory it's something you'll have to live with, as for the sound problem, there is a few threads discussing it, do a search for them.
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#23 » Postby kleobis » Sun Oct 19, 2014 3:03 pm

Hi,
This tutorial is a good one.
I ´ve tried to write a script to use in TomTom to correct the time because mine is +3 and TT gives China´s time but I couldn´t do it.
Please can you help me?
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#24 » Postby Fatboyfun » Sun Oct 19, 2014 5:26 pm

You need to reset the timezone, I have posted instructions on the forum before, and there is an example in post #1
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#25 » Postby kleobis » Mon Oct 20, 2014 11:26 pm

Thank´s.
This one is the one have you said?

RegWriteBinary ("HKLM", "Time", "TimeZoneInformation", "0000000047004d00540020005300740061006e0064006100720064002000540069006d00650000000000540069006d00650000000000000000000000000000000000000000000a000000050002000000000000000000000047004d00540020004400610079006c0069006700680074002000540069006d00650000000000540069006d00650000000000000000000000000000000000000000000300000005000100000000000000c4ffffff")
RegWriteDWord ("HKCU", "ControlPanel\Volume", "Volume", "ffffffff")
RegWriteString ("HKCU", "ControlPanel\Desktop", "Wallpaper", "")
XCopy("\My Flash Disk\Shortcuts\*.lnk", "\Windows\Desktop", FALSE, FALSE)
RedrawToday
Run ("\My Flash Disk\ShowTaskbar.exe")
Exit

Is it necesary to put in somewhere +3?
Again thank´s a lot.
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#26 » Postby kleobis » Tue Oct 21, 2014 12:15 am

I ´ve written RegWriteBinary ("HKLM", "Time", "TimeZoneInformation", "0000000047004d00540020005300740061006e006400610072 etc etc.
and when I shut off the TT a legend says unknown command etc.
What I´m doing wrong.
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#27 » Postby Fatboyfun » Tue Oct 21, 2014 9:23 pm

Can you explain exactly what you did and post the script..?
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#28 » Postby kleobis » Wed Oct 22, 2014 12:10 am

Thank´s.
Yes, let me explain:
When I put in the script
RegWriteBinary ("HKLM", "Time", "TimeZoneInformation", "0000000047004d00540020005300740061006e0064006100720064002000540069006d00650000000000540069006d00650000000000000000000000000000000000000000000a000000050002000000000000000000000047004d00540020004400610079006c0069006700680074002000540069006d00650000000000540069006d00650000000000000000000000000000000000000000000300000005000100000000000000c4ffffff"),
the time in the TT is 3 hours up that the real time. Before it showed eleven hours more.
So it´s posible to put something to correct this?
And when I shut down the program, appears a legend saying that this un unknown command and repeat it.
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#29 » Postby Fatboyfun » Wed Oct 22, 2014 8:14 am

This is the code for GMT +0, what time zone did you need?

And i don't know what message your referring to.
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#30 » Postby kleobis » Wed Oct 22, 2014 7:02 pm

Here is a photo:
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I live in Argentina GMT -3

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