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Old 12-02-2012, 07:56 AM
secany secany is offline
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Navigation POI import coding? for speedcam POI

Hi,
Anyone tried to code the import POI via USB function? I want to import speedcam POI data to the navigation.
There is an option on HU_CIC , 3000 , NAVI_MYPOI_IMPORT , set it to active then it will have "import (USB)" function on option like this


But when I try to import POI, CIC always display error "insufficient memory to import all POI", no matter I try with GPX / OV2 file. I even tried with an empty txt file,it has the same "insufficient memory to import all POI".

I believe it should have another option to ENALBE or allocation memory for POI.
I don't think that file format is incorrect, as see here: it should have this error if file format is not correct.


(Credits to asaseaban from this thread: http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=416278)

anyone HELP please
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