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#1 carver

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 03:59 PM

upd 03.07.2011 update for 4.001000 version
1) fixed CommonLib.dll for MAP button or map icons, and no parking warning
2) fixed MainMenu.exe - only for power-up warning, via press MAP button after two seconds
(need fixed CommonLib.dll for work, delay in hex ms - can change at 0x4ABA4 offset)
3) fixed SystemSetting.exe - for Pioneer DEBUG MODE in System Information tabs
4) fixed Av.exe, Video.exe for parking camera warning
5) fixed Tel.exe - for disable switch to map when call
6) fixed ezrider.exe 8.3.2.188283, like as before.

Attached File  AVIC_F900BT_4001000_fixpack1.rar   3.19MB   2256 downloads

please, just for testing, for general using - please wait feedback.


upd 15.12.2009 update for 3.020200 version, UC or EW.

fixed CommonLib.dll for MAP button or map icons, and no parking warning
fixed MainMenu.exe - only for power-up warning, via press MAP button after two seconds
(need fixed CommonLib.dll for work)
fixed SystemSetting.exe - for Pioneer DEBUG MODE in System Information tabs

Attached File  AVIC_F900 v322 nowarn.rar   292.66KB   2697 downloads

upd 29.12.2010 update for 3.020200 version, UC or EW
with a new phone call - AVIC always switch to MAP screen.
i attach modified \My Flash Disk\APL\Tel.exe,
after his replacement, when an incoming call on AVIC remains an old window.
This is a test version, since I do not use the phone with AVIC. (please leave feedback about problems)
Attached File  avic_f900_v322_Tel.exe_wo.map.rar   131.43KB   742 downloads (required to rewrite and restart)



old post:


my f90bt always show me error screen, so, i always need press OK twice.
i don't understand, how to disable both nag screen.
for first - i can edit speed setting in config file, but for second error - no any way at search.

so, i found 3 screen for navi warning at my avic
map
destination
setting->navi

but in avic software i just found and skipped only first two screen,
also my avic UC (US) version, so it can tested only at UC software.

guys, if anybody has time, please test. thanks.

293 MSG_14_00_00_01    NS_STR_MSG_14_00_00_01 System detected improper connection of Parking Brake lead. Please check your configuration for safety. Please see Operation Manual for more information regarding safe operation. 
513 MSG_13_02_01_02   NS_STR_MSG_13_02_01_02 This Navi product is intended solely as a driving aid. Review instruction manual and select route before driving. Navi is not a substitute for your attentiveness, judgment, and care while driving or moving your vehicle.  Always observe safe driving rules and driving laws, and follow road signs even if they contradict Navi's instructions.  By pressing OK key, you accept the license agreement in the instruction manual.

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upd. i delete old file, and post new. please, test it. it better.
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upd 13.07.2009 update for 3.x version, UC or EW.
but power-up MAP warnind don't fixed. only like before.
Attached File  CommonLib_v3b1.rar   31.91KB   520 downloads

upd 14.08.2009 update for 3.010100 version, UC or EW.
update from 13.07.2009 with power-up fix also, but at this moment, only for testing
...i delete this file, it not good solution.
/carv

#2 ill.die.trying

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 04:56 PM

i just tried and it and guess what, IT WORKS, anyone else want to confirm this?

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 05:04 PM

Maybe I'm just dislexic but exactly which warning does this remove? I'm a little confused (like normal! haha!).

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 05:04 PM

Maybe I'm just dislexic but exactly which warning does this remove?


the navi warning

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 05:06 PM

Maybe I'm just dislexic but exactly which warning does this remove?


the navi warning


Sweet! As soon as I get home from work, I'll definitely have to try this out! Thanks carver!

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 05:24 PM

eveyone might want to hold off for a while, couple things i've noticed

-pressing map hard button--->navi warning won't show up
-pressing destination menu--->navi warning won't show up
-pressing setting/navi settings--->navi warning still shows up
-pressing map on av screen--->navi warning will show up
-if unit was restarted and it was on the navi screen before restarting--->navi warning still shows up

the test i did was every boot up,

i thik we're one step closer,
thanks carver for this, hope you get the rest figured out

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Posted 19 June 2009 - 05:46 AM

Carver, can you please explain how you managed to veiw the code in the mainmenu file?
did you have disassemble it or some thing?

Dave.

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Posted 19 June 2009 - 04:22 PM

Carver, can you please explain how you managed to veiw the code in the mainmenu file?
did you have disassemble it or some thing?

Dave.

Yes,..do tell :)

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Posted 19 June 2009 - 04:39 PM

-pressing map hard button--->navi warning won't show up
-pressing destination menu--->navi warning won't show up

This is because carver's nuked the messages from MainMenu.exe

-pressing setting/navi settings--->navi warning still shows up

That menu's in a different .exe. My bet is because the message is sent by SystemSettings.exe on that screen instead of MainMenu.exe.

-pressing map on av screen--->navi warning will show up

Again, different .exe (Av.exe). AV.exe sending the message instead of MainMenu.exe...?

-if unit was restarted and it was on the navi screen before restarting--->navi warning still shows up

SystemSettings.exe or Navi.exe, maybe?

carver, I'm willing to lend a hand in the effort if you can outline how you caught the messages coming from MainMenu.exe.
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Posted 20 June 2009 - 12:00 PM

2 FourG, i naven't time for answer at this moment, and my english very very bad :(
but i find other way for fix navi warning, and i just go test is,

so, if anybody want test with me, please return original mainmenu.exe,
and repleace CommonLib.dll from this attachment.
Attached File  avic_uc_v2_navi_warning_fix1.rar   31.07KB   840 downloads

sorry, at this moment i don't fix parking brake warning, i try it later, but need time,
or anybody can compare attachment with original file and try do it.
/carv

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Posted 20 June 2009 - 05:29 PM

hey carver,

since i started the using the hacked exe i've experienced some random reboots, sometimes after a call the unit would just reboot, sometime when i have a route it just reboots, i think i'll just revert to the stock and live with pressing the OK

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Posted 20 June 2009 - 05:42 PM

so, if anybody want test with me, please return original mainmenu.exe,
and repleace CommonLib.dll from this attachment.


Tests Run, PASS=no warning message, FAIL=still get warning message:
-pressing map hard button---> PASS
-pressing destination menu--->PASS
-pressing setting/navi settings--->PASS
-pressing map on av screen--->PASS
-if unit was restarted and it was on the navi screen before restarting--->FAIL
-if unit was restarted and it was on an AV screen before restarting, then press map on av screen--->PASS
-if unit was restarted and it was on an AV screen before restarting, then press map hard button--->PASS

Getting closer, looks like the cold boot to Navi path doesn't involve a message that goes through CommonLib.dll... :D
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Posted 23 June 2009 - 02:19 AM

Just confirming that this also works for me. Appears to have gotten rid of the warning for all means I have found to get it to show up (except cold boot directly to Navigation). I have yet to experience any crashs/reboots, but i'll keep everyone updated!

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Posted 23 June 2009 - 03:37 PM

I'll put this through the paces when I get home and let you know how it works on a 700bt. Thanks a lot once again everyone!

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Posted 23 June 2009 - 11:31 PM

or anybody can compare attachment with original file and try do it.


carver, what program are you using to modify the .dll file? I would like to compare a file to see your changes.

I have an Aussie F900BT (similar to the EW version). Does this file only work with the UC version?

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