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By forster, Senior Member on 28th July 2012, 05:02 PM
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Anybody succeeded in installing this application on One X?
 
 
29th July 2012, 01:47 AM |#2  
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Anybody succeeded in installing this application on One X?

yeah of course, you need root access, then use Root Explorer (or similar app) to edit the sys.txt located in /data/data/com.navngo.javaclient/

and then you need to have this in the sys.txt, replace the old part with this:

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[rawdisplay] 
driver=engine 
screen_xy="800_480:1280x670/720x1230"
^^ That will keep your android top bar visible, both in portrait and landscape.

If you would want fullscreen, then use this:

Code:
[rawdisplay] 
driver=engine 
screen_xy="800_480:1280x720/720x1280:fullscreen"
Good luck!

EDIT: above edits are for when you are running your android OS WITHOUT the 3-dot button bar.
Also, you need to make sure you made certain edits to multimode.ini (not described in my post), or perhaps you have an apk that already contains those edits to multimode.ini.
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30th July 2012, 05:28 AM |#3  
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IGO primo 2.0 Where did you found that?

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31st July 2012, 10:31 AM |#4  
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Originally Posted by barty22

yeah of course, you need root access, then use Root Explorer (or similar app) to edit the sys.txt located in /data/data/com.navngo.javaclient/

and then you need to have this in the sys.txt, replace the old part with this:

Code:
[rawdisplay] 
driver=engine 
screen_xy="800_480:1280x670/720x1230"
^^ That will keep your android top bar visible, both in portrait and landscape.

If you would want fullscreen, then use this:

Code:
[rawdisplay] 
driver=engine 
screen_xy="800_480:1280x720/720x1280:fullscreen"
Good luck!

EDIT: above edits are for when you are running your android OS WITHOUT the 3-dot button bar.
Also, you need to make sure you made certain edits to multimode.ini (not described in my post), or perhaps you have an apk that already contains those edits to multimode.ini.

Thanks!
It does start up at the moment, but closes (without warning/error) in about 5 seconds every time I try to run it. Resolution shouldn't be the problem. Any idea what could be the cause?

Am on LeeDrOiDs ROM.
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It does start up at the moment, but closes (without warning/error) in about 5 seconds every time I try to run it. Resolution shouldn't be the problem. Any idea what could be the cause?

Am on LeeDrOiDs ROM.

Try to rename your DCIM folder on your sdcard to something else... there might be some weird or corrupt image there (don't ask me why that has anything to do with igo though)
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Try to rename your DCIM folder on your sdcard to something else... there might be some weird or corrupt image there (don't ask me why that has anything to do with igo though)

This was the problem, After renaming the DCIM folder, everything is working just fine. Strange...
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1st August 2012, 02:21 PM |#7  
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Does anyone else find this extremely heavy? We have the best phone on the market (graphics-wise) and the bloody interface stutters. Igo is obviously obsolete.
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Does anyone else find this extremely heavy? We have the best phone on the market (graphics-wise) and the bloody interface stutters. Igo is obviously obsolete.

You're kinda right, but it's the best navigation software for android hands down...
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I think the problem is more in the navigation software than in the htc one x. Sygic is also not smooth at all on the htc one x. That's also the reason why I would love to see tomtom for android, but even though they promised it for this summer, I still haven't seen it.
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1st August 2012, 08:31 PM |#10  
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I'm still having trouble configuring it, I tried a lot of multimode.ini / sys.txt modifications. I either get a 1280x720 not supported error, or it closes itself after a few seconds (renaming DCIM does nothing). I'm on stock ROM, not rooted, so I can only edit multimode.ini inside the data.zip archive. The .apk is supposedly made for 1280x720, but maybe I should use another one?

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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I'm still having trouble configuring it, I tried a lot of multimode.ini / sys.txt modifications. I either get a 1280x720 not supported error, or it closes itself after a few seconds (renaming DCIM does nothing). I'm on stock ROM, not rooted, so I can only edit multimode.ini inside the data.zip archive. The .apk is supposedly made for 1280x720, but maybe I should use another one?

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

Have you rooted your phone? How did you manage to access the data folder on the phone?
Just curious.

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