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||Posted - 30 juil. 2009 : 16:06:17
Updated 20091119 : CN NT 2010.30 Maps now available for North America, see TOPIC] Garmin CN NA NT 2010.30 Maps - 11/09 for details.
City Navigator NA 2010.20 and Europe 2010.20
USA : Navteq 2009/Q1(?) - Europe Navteq 2009/Q2 - nüMaps Guarantee/Onetime/Lifetime
* North America 2010.20 Released July 30th, 2009 - Europe v2010.20 released October 21st, 2009
Check availability for your GPS system : >> link <<
nüMaps Onetime Europe : >> €80 << - nüMaps Lifetime Europe : >> €120 <<
nüMaps Onetime North America : >> $69 << - nüMaps Lifetime North America : >> $119 <<
The CityNavigator NT 2010.20 North America and Europe maps 2010.20 are now available for download or purchase on DVD under the nüMaps Lifetime or nüMaps Onetime programs ($129.99 for Europe).
Get them from your myGarmin account
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||Posted - 19 nov. 2009 : 17:58:28
Let's have a new topic for the 2010.30 maps, it will make it easier to compare with the previous version and I'm not sure Europe is getting it soon, here we go : http://www.gpspassion.com/forumsen/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=131252 ;-)
||Posted - 30 oct. 2009 : 15:41:26
Not a bad idea to repost here but posting in the nuMaps guarantee topic was the right move in this case ;-)
On the 2010.20 maps, has anyone in Europe been able to confirm these are Navteq Q2 maps ? Comparing new spots to the latest Navigon maps (NT Q1/2009) is what I did and I've noticed that the MAP24 site had the change I spotted too : http://www.map24.com/
||Posted - 30 oct. 2009 : 15:06:51
I just realized that I posted in the iFix Date thread instead of here. To recap, I called Garmin US support to get a "second" map update under the NuMaps Guarantee for my 775t with US and European maps preloaded. Winning argument was that NuMaps is supposed to give you the most up to date maps, and remember to say that are seeking map updates for your PRELOADED maps.
Original post is here:
||Posted - 25 oct. 2009 : 19:13:39
Another interesting piece of trivia, I've just found a new motorway junction (here : 48.88605, 2.89455 : http://beta.poilive.com/index.php?index=672&lat=48.88605&lon=2.89455&zoom=15&map=3 if anyone is interested) that is not present in the Navigon FreshMaps Q3/2009 (Navteq Q1/2009) or Google Sat/TeleAtlas for that matter, so that means these are more recent maps, Q2/2009 at this point. So the wait wasn't in vain ;-)
||Posted - 24 oct. 2009 : 13:18:54
The 3D file (gmap3d.img) do work in an SD card too.
Has any tested if the JCV file work on the SD card?
||Posted - 22 oct. 2009 : 15:43:35
Additional file statistics for new CNE 2010.2
New (gmap3d.img) 3D file for nuvi 765 is bigger:
2010.1: 311 MB
2010.2: 339 MB
and .JCV file:
2010.1: 95,9 MB
2010.2: 426 MB
||Posted - 22 oct. 2009 : 14:50:46
City Navigator Europe NT 2010.1
265 areas in MapSource, total of 1639.2 MB
City Navigator Europe NT 2010.2
283 areas in MapSource, total of 1768.2 MB
That is 129 MB of new data, not bad. Nothing new, just some regions that have been split and almost every region had some changes.
Edit: Turkey is now covered, that is the mayor change from 2010.1 to 2010.2
||Posted - 21 oct. 2009 : 20:53:58
I have also noticed that the Cayman islands are also included in the North America release 2010.20
||Posted - 21 oct. 2009 : 18:21:12
As spotted by "mike42dk" in another topic :
Now Garmin has Europa 2010.20 ready for download.
||Posted - 08 oct. 2009 : 15:38:57
I have been disappointed with the speed limit icon on my n750 & n755t because it only showed up on highways in the Syracuse NY area. Then I upgraded from 2010.10 to 2010.20 (free upgrade on new n755t) and I started seeing the speed limit icon nearly everywhere I drove. Yeahhhhh!!! I'm emailing Garmin today to let them know about this deficiency in the 2010.10 maps (in the Syracuse NY area anyway).
Moral of the story; If you are not getting speed limit icons on most surface streets in your area, then complain to Garmin (and Navteq?) and get them to fix it in future map updates. I wish I had notified Garmin a year ago.
||Posted - 07 oct. 2009 : 16:56:54
I posted some info after a meeting with Navteq France in the nuMaps Lifetime topic a couple of weeks ago, 2010.20 maps are "coming" and Europe will get another release in 2009, apparently not the US, but we'll cross that bridge when we get there ;-)
||Posted - 07 oct. 2009 : 15:44:32
Garmin Support Team wrote:
quote:Our nüMaps Lifetime™ must ...wait
Thank you for contacting Garmin Europe. Thank you for raising this query which I am more than happy to assist you with. We are anticipating the release of the 2010.20 update within the next couple of weeks. Thank you in advance for your patience.
||Posted - 05 sept. 2009 : 13:26:47
or you could just extract the EXE file with WinRAR
and run CNEUNT2010StandAlone_XXX.msi
where XXX would be your preferred language
this installs without any questions
only requires you to unlock your maps in MapSource with the unlock code.
||Posted - 04 sept. 2009 : 19:59:48
Thanks Rick. I did it. My guess is that the initial 14 day new map download availability limit applies to this activity. For anyone who wants to populate their extra PCs with a downloaded Garmin map: Move the downloaded .exe file to the next PC and execute it. (You don't want to download it again from Garmin, because it takes forever.) After it starts it will require USB connection of your GPS. After connection, it will build the new map for the PC (MapSource), and then start to construct the map update for the GPS. At this point, you can pull the USB plug, and kill the application with Task Manager. There isn't any unlock or other code required in this procedure. The new map is ready to use. If you choose, you can delete the previous map version with Windows control panel, add/delete programs.
||Posted - 03 sept. 2009 : 07:18:27
I can confirm that the anomaly with "Jefferson St." in Chicago, IL was also fixed in the 2010.10 maps.