i have gps device " Marshal ME-G501"
LCD 5 inch
Windows CE 6/0
ASF, AVI, MP4, 3GP, MWV
MP3, WMA, WAV
JPEG, VMP, PNG
how can to access residentflash becuause when i connect it to my pc it's browse only sd card. like a flash disk.
and active sync or mobile device center dosnot recognize my gps device.
please help me , thank you
Have you tried changing the USB setting of your device from mass-storage to activesync?
You can otherwise use gsfinder to explore your device and access residentflash.
Last edited by hashima; 9th November 2011 at 10:38.
This is a WinCE program, to be run in your WinCE device, not from your PC.
Last edited by hashima; 10th November 2011 at 08:55.
The point is that you copy GPSFinder.exe(extract it first) to your WinCE device (wherever you can write it) and then start it any way you can start it, on your wince device. That could be a little tricky, but typically you would put it in a folder named the same as your Nav folder, and name it the same as your nav .exe. Another way, if your menu has a configurable Nav path, would be to change the nav path to start the GPSFinder.exe.
but i can't access any .exe file and all of this is for changing nav app from ndrive to garmin. i think ndrive.exe is in resdient flash because when i remove sd card and tap the navy program on device it's start ndrive but show message that can't find map and .zbi files.
so i want to access and change path.
You do not need to connect the device to the PC.
Copy the gsfinder.exe program to a blank sdcard.
Create a file called shell.ini on your PC. Write \sdmmc\gsfinder.exe in the file shell.ini
Copy the shell.ini file also into the sdcard.
Load the sdcard into your device.
Power on the device and start navigation.
Gsfinder should start up on your device.
Last edited by hashima; 10th November 2011 at 13:28.