I get high out of my gps radio Doets not always start on what I know someone here must establish in that text resolultie my screen is 800 * 480 or 480 * 234 here is my text file
- Even simpler interface than iGo 8
- Less volume lag when map is being displayed
- Almost no music delay after voice guidance speech
- Different schemes for daytime and nighttime maps
- Interface doesn't allow for easy background customization
- Annoying click noise after each button press on the touch screen that temporarily cuts out music (fix below)
- About the same startup time as iGo 8 (maybe a little faster)
iGo Primo sys.txt Initalization
Not much experimentation has been done with the sys.txt for iGo Primo. However what has been found that needs to be in the sys.txt file is the [interface] section directing the software to the 800 x 480 resolution directory.
What seems to be the best tuning of the software so far is displayed below:
One of the cons mentioned above about the iGo Primo software is the inability to turn off button click noises when selecting options on menus and entering address or points of interests (POI). To fix this problem, an edited version of the data.zip file found in the root directiory of the iGo Primo software has been made that edits out the .wav files responsible for the noises. This file can be downloaded here.
How to install the edited data.zip file:
1. Download the data.zip file to somewhere you can find it on your computer.
2. On your SD card, go to the root directory of the iGo Primo software.
3. Rename the data.zip file that is already there to "dataBKP.zip'.
4. Go to the location of the dataNOCLICK.zip file you just downloaded, and rename the file back to "data.zip"
5. Copy and past the file back over to the root directory of the iGo Primo software on your SD card where the original data.zip file was located.
6. Eject your SD card, reinsert it back into your D5102 head unit and boot iGo Primo.
iGo Primo also features a media player built into the software. More research is being done, however a skin has been found that adds an equalizer option to the software, an option that is unfortunately missing from the D5102. The media player also can only play music added to the GPS SD card, however research is also being done on a way to possibly route the music from the media SD card instead.
I have an issue with my chinese GPS unit. The OS Software takes some time to enable IGO sound to get through. As a result the beginning of the phrase is always lost. Is there a way to configure iGO Primo to "delay" the sound output so the phrase stays intact?