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||Posted - 01 mai 2009 : 04:08:01
TOPIC - SANYO NVM-4370
Product page on the Sanyo site : >> LINK <<
Mobile Navigator v1.00.00.03 with NAVTEQ onboard
Music Player (MP3,WMA, WAV)
Photo Viewer (JPEG)
Video Player (MPEG4/H.264, but cannot play all)
BlueTooth for hands-free phone calls
Audio Output (3.5mm jack)
OS: Windows CE 5.00.0
MEM: ~60 MB RAM
CPU: ARM920T S3C2443 (400 MHz)
VGA: 480x272 pixels, 4.3"
COLOR: 65536 colors
USB 2.0 (mini)
4GB Internal Flash Drive
SDHC: upto 32GB
COM1 - S2443 GPS COM1 (SiRFstarIII)
COM3 - TMC COM3
COM5: S2443 BT COM5
COM9: S2443 DVBT COM9
\MyFlashDisk - (Sanyo maps live here)
\ShellDisk - (Sanyo software lives here, make copy of it and store in safe location)
\SDMMC - (MioPocket software if SD AutoRun method is chosen)
Advanced Storage Info:
SMFlash Samsung Flash:
Capacity: 100 MB
Sector Size: 512 B
DSK1: NAND MLC Drive
Capacity: 96 MB
Sector Size: 2.00 KB
DSK2: PocketMory MLC Disk
Capacity: 3.53 GB
Sector Size: 2.00 KB
DSK3 is your SD/MMC Card
Device AutoRun Options:
\SDMMC\AutoRun.inf - (specify the path of the file to execute plus a checksum at the end of the file)
\MyFlaskDisk\AutoRun_USB.inf - (same as above)
MioPocket SD AutoRun Setup:
1. Download latest MioPocket 3.0 Release (see link below, note: Sanyo_AutoRun.inf is bundled starting MP 2.0 R45)
2. Extract MioPocket_3.0_Release_##.zip on a PC
3. In "MioPocket 3.0 Release ##" folder, rename Sanyo_AutoRun.inf to AutoRun.inf
4. Copy needed MioAutoRun files and folders to root of SD card as shown below
Note: SDMMC is not a folder name. It represents a disk name in Sanyo.
SD File Structure should look like this:
5. Power on Sanyo device and insert SD card
6. Wait for the MioPocket install to complete and have fun with the new interfaces and features!
FAQ AND LINKS
SD Autorun is supported from MioPocket 2.0 R45
Refer to http://www.gpspassion.com/forumsen/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=109690&whichpage=386
Latest MioPocket 3.0 Release
Latest MioPocket 2.0 Release
OSD Volume Indicator (should be ported in R46)
Other Sanyo and MioPocket Install Help
ShellDisk software in case yours is corrupted
No warning message on startup
New AutoRun_USB.inf for SDFree install (it calls \MyShellDisk\MioAutoRun.exe)
Video on YouTube
This post is subject to change without notice.
We're not responsible for any misuse of the procedures. Use it as your own risk.
|15 L A T E S T R E P L I E S (Newest First)
||Posted - 25 oct. 2010 : 18:43:10
Has anyone tried to replace the battery in an Sanyo NVM4370? On Ebay it looks like the battery for the TOMTOM might work - similar but with different wire color codes
||Posted - 05 juil. 2010 : 11:55:44
Praxairguy: Just saw your post. Don't know if you still need help, but if you do, then shout (I have installed MioPocket on my unit).
Let us know!
||Posted - 19 mars 2010 : 02:26:12
hello i am having some sort of problem tryn to install the miopocket onto my sanyo 4370. im using a 2g sd card or should it be a bigger one i have followed the instructions with regards to copying the files onto sd card and puttn the sd card into the gps but nothing happens with gps
||Posted - 14 mars 2010 : 01:45:02
hello there every 1 was wondering if someone here found a site where i can download the map updates to the sanyo nvm 4370 $80 seems a little hefty and is there a way u can change the arrow on the navigation to a car or truck or other type of vehicle
||Posted - 12 mars 2010 : 10:36:25
I have a nvm-4070 which is similar to the nvm-4370 and I am running MioPocket R56 plus a number of navigating software, such as IGO8, Navigon, Garmin, Tom Tom, etc. I have a 4GB SD card that all of this is installed on and haven't made any changes to my original device, so from MioPocket I can access all native software that is installed.
Hope this helps!
||Posted - 28 févr. 2010 : 15:42:43
I just got my Sanyo 4370, and was wondering if anyone has succesfully ran a different more easily updateable nav software and still be able run all the other functions of the sanyo< manily being the back up cam, and bluetooth... thanks in advance for the help....
||Posted - 24 févr. 2010 : 10:12:31
For anyone who cares. I was pushing the SD card in and out and if I held it at a certain spot it would work. I tried a new card and voila it works....bad SD card, I guess. Funny thing is, it used to work and it works on all my other electronics.
||Posted - 23 févr. 2010 : 22:40:22
Total newb, but I have some questions.
Just picked up the Sanyo NVM-4370 and after playing with it for a while I loaded some mp3, mp4 and jpegs on a 2g SD card plugged it in and tried playing with the features. It seemed to be working well, but when I tried to run mp3s while using the navigation software I accidentally turned it off instead. When I turn it on I can go to all of the features, but the SD card won't show up. If I remove the card and reinstall it I get the ding and the card icon comes on for a split second but then goes out.
Also, is there supposed to be storage in the unit? I can't seem to find a file or folder or am I supposed to just add my own folders and then search the unit to play media?
||Posted - 24 oct. 2009 : 00:43:55
Hope I didn't confuse anybody with my previous post - maybe I will move it to a new thread....
||Posted - 23 oct. 2009 : 19:06:45
what's with the active sync?
mine is syncing OK. I even got reminders for pending tasks on the unit.
[but it's 100% working at the moment, touch wood]
||Posted - 23 oct. 2009 : 04:43:11
For anybody interested here is MP3.0 ver53 for Sanyo units like mine that have corrupted internal flash drives and can only use the SD card to host MP or any working GUI by that matter.
FM transmitter is working now and has it's own icon in the Settings page or on the side bar.
No luck with bluetooth and ActiveSync yet :(
||Posted - 12 oct. 2009 : 20:43:21
Ok, so here's another question. I've loaded Igo8 into the MyFlashDisk. I've been able to switch back and forth between the Sanyo and the Igo nav by just renaming the directories via USB. I do this because I don't want to unlock this device. But I want to try another nav program, and don't have the room so I just wanted to remove the Igo8. But when I loaded it into MyFlashDisk, it became a read only folder. I've tried to set the properties to undo readonly. It looks like it's doing it, but then it still retains the read only attribute. Does anyone know how to remove the read only on this folder?
||Posted - 01 oct. 2009 : 07:06:38
e-Bay has the chargers and go for with at least 1500mA and better still 2000mA charger.
I can't help with the 2nd question as I do not use the bluetooth on the 4370.
||Posted - 01 oct. 2009 : 03:08:56
So, I was able to rename the MobileNavigator folder to something else and then load the IGO8 into MyFlashDisk as MobileNavigator. Everything works ok, for the exception of the BlueTooth. If I have my phone connected via BlueTooth, and I get an incoming call, the gps rings, but the display does not show up on the gps. So I can't answer it unless I have it set to auto answer. Does anyone know what needs to be tweaked to get this to work like it does with the Sanyo nav software? Thanks.
||Posted - 30 sept. 2009 : 22:33:30
So I just received my 4370 (got it on ebay). I have a question. I tried to charge this thing from my computers USB, I also have a wall charger for my cell phone that is USB. But neither of those appeared to work. It only worked when I connected it via the Car charger. I saw in the manual that it states it requires a usb with a 500ma charging current capability. How would I find that out for my PC? I though all USB were standard.