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  1. Except that the Garmin Map Updates link is not at that web address. Try https://support.garmin.com/en-US/ql/?focus=software
  2. OK, here it is: http://www.mybyteideas.com/avic411/Pioneer_T1000-25818.zip Somebody else put a password on it: avic411s
  3. The docs say max 300 folders, 2500 files but I wonder if you used less folders would you get more files? You would need at least 1 folder since you can't put all those files in the root. I thing the root limitation is 512 but not positive.
  4. Send it to me, I'll host it. my forum name AT outlook dot com
  5. Is that the correct model? I have the user folder for an x9310bt at http://www.mybyteideas.com/x9310bt/
  6. I see a lot of these posts where Bluetooth is a problem. I guess I was lucky that didn't happen to me, but it might be less about luck and more about what I did. I read a ton of threads on this site before I was brave enough to do any of the updates. One thing that I read about was that you can have bluetooth issues if you just update straight to the latest version. What I did, and I don't have bluetooth issues, is I went through a progression of updates. What I read is that one of the newer updates didn't have one of the fixes that one of the previous updates had and that was the prob
  7. The map update does not need to be sequential, but I read somewhere on this site that the Bluetooth update should be sequential. I did the sequential Bluetooth updates on my system and I have no issues, but I have read many posts where people have Bluetooth issues after updating and I think it's because they didn't do the Bluetooth updates sequentially. Fortunately the Bluetooth updates are manual anyway and aren't automatic with the map updates, so hopefully it shouldn't be too hard to collect them all from the various posts on this site.
  8. The answer is in the first post. RonS, probably best to just lock this thread with a message to read the first post.
  9. Not sure if it's been brought up, but it likely isn't the Brand of SD card, but the capacity. Most of the older units discussed in this forum have a hard time with anything over the size of 16GB and they seem pretty picky about the formatting. FAT16 or FAT32 only.
  10. Check the manual to be sure, but there are limits on the MB size of the memory stick and also there is a limit on the number of songs/folders in the root of the drive. There may not to be a limit on songs in sub-directories, but you should adjust the folders/files to reflect the root song/folder limit.
  11. When the forum software changed, the post numbers stopped being displayed. How do you find post #151 with this new forum look?
  12. Stop it! Stop using Condi anything, any version, just stop. You got lucky and didn't brick your system. You can get the password.dat file using SuperTestMode and it doesn't brick your system.
  13. http://avic411.com/index.php?/topic/80807-moderators-please-remove-condis-hackmode-v221/
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