- download Primo application and copy it on a blank SD card.
- rename folder Primo to Mobilenavigator
- rename Primo.exe to Mobilenavigator.exe
- copy maps and pois from your downloaded package (iGO Navteq 2012.Q3 EUROPE are the latest from NQ)
- *edit sys.txt if necessary
*you didn't name your Navon model therefore I cannot give you exact configuration..
This is the actual map for iGO, and is the ONLY required file.
There may be a Basefile.fbl in the map folder, This only contains the country border data which is displayed when zoomed out, NOT any road data. Once you have other maps installed you can delete this file.
Smart Route Profiles (.fsp) PRIMO ONLY!
This is a file that helps select the best route for the time of day.
Driver Alerts (.fda) PRIMO ONLY!
These files are responsible for the road signs you see on screen while driving.
Truck Information (.ftr) PRIMO ONLY!
This contains bridge heights, road weight limits and other restrictions for trucks.
Point Addressing (.fpa) PRIMO ONLY!
These files help you navigate to addresses that are off the main street, Not available for every region.
Historical Data (.hsp) PRIMO ONLY!
This is iGO Primo 1.2's equivalent to Tomtom's IQ Routes, Essentially it contains average speeds of major roads at hourly intervals throughout the day, iGO can compare these average speeds with the normal speed limit, and may plan different routes for the same start and end addresses at different times of the day, Add the following to your sys.txt...
These are the Landscape, Hills and Valleys in the background of your map display. These files don't change often and may be several years old.
Building and Landmarks (.3dc and .3dl)
These files display the 3D buildings and landmarks as you drive through most cities around your country.
Regional dialect for TTS, pronounced Pho-nem as in Phonetic, This helps the TTS sound a bit more natural for your area.
POI files (.poi)
These are the Point of interest files - Restaurants, Car parks, Petrol stations etc...
Pre-Processed Road Network (.hnr) PRIMO ONLY!
These files speed up route planing when travelling between countries, You must have every map for each region included within the hnr file