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Getting Junction View Files

 

I have been tying to follow the Junction View thread. I am not too sure of the solution of getting the full files that can be installed on the micro SD Card for the 1490T. Did Garmin make the full file(s) available or was it made available only with new maps update? Is there a solution? I am in NJ and I do get a few JV and lane assist on route 287 and route 78. I haven't traveled on route 80 as yet so I dont know if there are any.

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The download

The download link and instruction for installation are in http://www.poi-factory.com/node/34056

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Here's the answer from a previous thread

Thanks to rame1012 on page 3 of the thread titled

2012.20 JCV file size confusion, the link to the Garmin download of the large file is provided. You may want to read the entire thread (especially page 3 to the end) before installing the file to your SD card.

http://www.poi-factory.com/node/33977

There are three things to note before you start this:

1) the message from Garmin (below) states that the file will work only with some Garmin models but we've shown that it works well with most models that offer Junction View in full-screen mode.

2) The directions indicate the procedure for installing the file to the internal Garmin storage but once again, we've shown that many models can install the file to a SD card and will be used if the internal jcv file is removed.

3) Most importantly, note that jcv files are tied to a specific map version. When the next map comes out in 2-3 months, the file will no longer work and we'll again be at the mercy of Garmin to see what size JV file is offered for the various JV-enabled models. I do not plan to be the first nuvi 855 owner to update to the next map until someone tells me what size jcv file comes with it.

Here's the message from rame1012 with the link to the Garmin download:

It looks like I finally got somewhere!

Not only did I receive this email, but I received a phone call directly from the one of the VP's himself. As they say, the squeaky wheel gets the grease. This will only work for the 7x5 series though.

Thank you for contacting Garmin International.

We do apologize for the inconvenience this has caused. To download a larger Junction View file for your device, please visit the page linked below and follow the steps in this email.

http://download.garmin.com/support/2012_20/NA/JV/D3060030A.j...

Connect your device to your computer using the supplied USB cable
Double-click the nuvi drive that appears in My Computer or on your Mac Desktop
Double-click the Garmin folder
Double-click the JCV folder
Save the D3060030A.JCV file from the above link file to this location on the nuvi
Delete any other JCV files in this location

Once you have completed this process your device will contain the complete Junction View database.

Please note that this file will only work on the nuvi 705 series and the zumo 660/665 models, so please do not attempt to install it to any other device.

Thank you for your patience during this time. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please let us know. Thank you.

With best regards,

Darn

t923347 wrote:

The download link and instruction for installation are in http://www.poi-factory.com/node/34056

Darn, t92...., I like your link better than the one I offered.

Note that in your link, the reply of mine entitled "In a nutshell (OK, a large nutshell)" provides the step by step instructions for installation to a SD card. Thanks for providing a better link to the OP than I did. wink

Thanks - I saw the thread

Thanks - I saw the thread but it was referencing the 7x5 series. That's why I mentioned my 1490t. I was trying to find out if it works with this model. I really don't want to install it if it does not work with my model. Maybe someone can verify that its good to go for the 1490.

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Yes

jamstyle wrote:

Thanks - I saw the thread but it was referencing the 7x5 series. That's why I mentioned my 1490t. I was trying to find out if it works with this model. I really don't want to install it if it does not work with my model. Maybe someone can verify that its good to go for the 1490.

In the "file confusion" thread at the bottom of page 3, MAC06 writes:

Works on 1490LMT

I confirm I was able to load the 752MB JCV file on my SD card for my 1490LMT and it works great. Images are full screen and clear.

Thanks for the info rame1012.

And if it works on his 1490LMT, it'll work on your 1490T! Go for it!

1450

Also works on the 1450LMT I now have JV where there were none with the earlier maps.

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Now i am forced to upgrade

Now i am forced to upgrade to the latest 2012 map in order to get the new bigger Junction View file.

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Larger JCV Files were available for Two Map Updates

Each City Navigator map release comes with a new JCV file that works only with that release.

In the past, Garmin provided download links for larger JCV files for the 2011.40 and 2012.20 updates.

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Junction view file(s)

I wasn't ready to upgrade until next year. I live in NJ and I frequent NY and PA and roads have not changed much. I really don't need frequent updates.
Anyway I was sort of going through the process of identifying my existing JV file on my device. I know I have JV and lane assist because they pop up occasionally but I dont see any folder of JV files and I searched the various folders but cant identify a JV ending file. There is none on my SD card. I know it has to be there some where. I wanted to see the size of the file.

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752mb JCV works on 1390T

I updated to the newest map from 2011.30 and put the JCV file in Garmin/JCV folder on the SD card. My SD card also has a Jpeg and POI folder. I deleted most unused files on the internal memory so the entire map could fit. After deleting the 51mb JCV that came with the map update I'm left with 220mb internal memory. I would like to add back some of the vehicles, but maybe future map updates may need the space. Fortunately I have lifetime maps that came with the gps. Otherwise, paying for a map update just to have the full JCV file would not have been nice.

To find the JCV file..

you will need to enable seeing the "hidden files"

To change Windows to show hidden files:
Important: This should be done on a temporary (short term, as needed) basis only.
· Click Start > Control Panel > Folder Options
· On the View tab, choose Show hidden files, folders, and drives
· uncheck Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)
· Click Apply to save your changes. Click OK to close the window.

jvc and 1450LMT

Can you give me specifics on what you did with your 1450LMT? I was looking at mine and had some questions before I attempted it.

The file in the download referenced above is named D3060030A.jcv. The most current .jvc file on my Nuvi is D3178010A.JCV, which apparently came with the 2012.20 maps. Does the name matter?

Also, I found my .jvc files in a hidden directory named /.System/JCV on my 1450LMT. Did you create a directory on the sd card with the same name and delete the .jvc file on your Nuvi?

One more question -- I also have a D3178000A.JCV file in that JVC directory but it does not have a file creation date. Would that be the original JVC file that came with the unit and is now an orphan after I updated the maps? If so, is it safe to delete?

Thanks for any help that can be provided.

If I look at the link

http://download.garmin.com/support/2012_20/NA/JV/D3060030A.j...

it would appear that the D3060030A.jvc is for Map version 2012.20

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File name

MrKenFL wrote:

http://download.garmin.com/support/2012_20/NA/JV/D3060030A.j...

it would appear that the D3060030A.jvc is for Map version 2012.20

I kind of assumed it was but was confused why mine is named D3178010A.JCV and is dated 9/7/2011, which is the date I got my 1450LMT and updated the maps to 2012.20

1490lmt warranty

Hello all,

Will downloading the bigger JV file void my warranty?

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Are we there yet? 1490LMT

No, I don't thnk so.

If you have any concern or doubt about that, just put the JCV file on the SD card. Then if you have a warranty claim, all you have to do is remove the card and there is no evidence that it was ever there.

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Warranty

Certainly should not, since Garmin is providing the downloaded file.

Larry

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Ok I forgot about that. i

Ok I forgot about that. i did try the show hidden files once when i was deleting files to free up memory. I couldnt find those hidden files \system\EULA.
I will try again and hopefully find the JV files. I have 2011-3 maps not the 2012. I know i have to update to 2012 to get the big JV file to work. It work work with older maps.

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Why Lock a JCV File?

The thing I find bothersome regarding the JCV files, besides Garmin botching the update process in the first place for 2012.20, is that they lock the JCV file to the map. It makes little sense to me, since the JCV file won't work in units not designed to run it, and it's rather useless without a map to run it with.

Useless added security IMO.

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Backward Compatible

The bigger JV file only works with the new new 2012 maps. They should make it backward compatible. As long as you have a unit with JV and lane functions the file should be able to work with the unit and the existing map in the unit.What they do is forcing you to buy the new 2012 maps in order to get the bigger JV file to work. Thats bullying cohersive tactics.

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Loaded JV file

Loaded separate JV file onto SD card in my 1490LMT- works like a charm with the 2012.2 maps. I'm happy !
Downloaded from http://download.garmin.com/support/2012_20/NA/JV/D3060030A.j...
At least with several simulations I ran.
Driving trip of 2500+ miles coming up in 2 weeks so will get a real test.

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JCV tied to map.

Strephon_Alkhalikoi wrote:

Why Lock a JCV File?
The thing I find bothersome regarding the JCV files ... is that they lock the JCV file to the map...

Has anyone reverse engineered the JCV files to figure out how the contents are organized? It is possible that the JCV is not "locked" to the map for security reasons. It may have hard offsets or indexes to the map data base that would have to change as the map data changes. But then again, it could be as you imply, that Garmin is just trying to restrict users from gaining unauthorized access to the JCV files. In any case, if someone has the time and necessary skills to decode the JCV files, it would be nice to know if thay can be adapted to work across map versions.

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Loaded the 750mb file...

to my 765t and all went well, or at least I thought it did. I tried it out this a.m. and initially it too sooooooo long to find an address, and things were acting very goofy. I turned it on to "go home" and all worked very well, had a beautiful junction view appeared where I never got one before. I suppose all is well now, or at least I hope it will be. I want to test it on a longer drive.

Will Garmin include this larger JV file on the next update? Seems a shame to have to do this file addition every time you update a map!

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No guarantees

jmkthird wrote:

...Will Garmin include this larger JV file on the next update? Seems a shame to have to do this file addition every time you update a map!

Given the grief it took for the 750MB file to be available for the current map version, I think there's no guarantee that a similar large jcv file for the next update will even be made available to us.

We also have no clue as to the file size (or more importantly, the number of JVs available) for the various JV-enabled GPS models. Some suggest that all the newly introduced nuvi models will offer 60,000+ JVs but even if that's true, that doesn't address the number of JVs available for the previous GPS models that can display JVs with future map updates.

Consequently, I plan to wait on the next map update until someone with a nuvi 8x5 (or maybe 7x5) updates and tells us the jcv file size and offers some simulation results to see if JVs appear at my desired locations--or until someone again gets Garmin to offer a large jcv file that can be manually downloaded and used to replace a smaller one that comes standard with the map update. It's sad that with lifetime maps on my 855 I may have to decide to keep an older map with its outdated street and built-in POIs to be able to keep the large jcv file. If that's the case, I may wait until I absolutely need the map revisions of an upcoming map update and stick with the current map version and large jcv file I now have.

And to alandb, I agree that it may not be an intentional security measure preventing use of jcv files from other map versions but that it may simply be the way the map and jcv files interact that prevents this.

JCV future.

CraigW wrote:

It's sad that with lifetime maps on my 855 I may have to decide to keep an older map with its outdated street and built-in POIs to be able to keep the large jcv file. If that's the case, I may wait until I absolutely need the map revisions of an upcoming map update and stick with the current map version and large jcv file I now have.

I have an uneasy feeling about what we with older units will get for JCV in future map updates. It is fortunate for us that Rame1012 was able to obtain and share the large JCV file from Garmin for the 2012.20 map. But I see no evidence that Garmin officially endorsed the general distribution of this file and think it is unlikely that they will do this again for future maps. I fear we are in for a big letdown when 2012.30 comes out. I hope I am wrong.

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Remember

jamstyle wrote:

Ok I forgot about that. i did try the show hidden files once when i was deleting files to free up memory. I couldnt find those hidden files \system\EULA.
I will try again and hopefully find the JV files. I have 2011-3 maps not the 2012. I know i have to update to 2012 to get the big JV file to work. It work work with older maps.

Remember it's not the \system folder that's hidden, it's the \.system folder.

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Idle Speculation

alandb wrote:
I have an uneasy feeling about what we with older units will get for JCV in future map updates. It is fortunate for us that Rame1012 was able to obtain and share the large JCV file from Garmin for the 2012.20 map. But I see no evidence that Garmin officially endorsed the general distribution of this file and think it is unlikely that they will do this again for future maps. I fear we are in for a big letdown when 2012.30 comes out. I hope I am wrong.

Well, we don't know what your uneasy feeling is since you won't tell us, but here's my speculation.

Upon release of the 2012 nüvi line, Garmin no longer dynamically generates a JCV file based upon the size of the internal memory. That's far too cumbersome a process and is in opposition to Garmin's attempt to simplify their line. I think Garmin also wants to avoid a second round of "where's my Junction View" complaints that they would get on the next map update. What will happen is that you will see, at most, four JCV file options:

  • Non-photoreal Full-screen Junction View
  • Photoreal Full-screen Junction View
  • Photoreal Split-screen Junction View
  • Photoreal 3D Split-screen Junction View

Except for the Photoreal Full-Screen Junction View, the different JCV files are what the 2012 units will receive based upon where they rank in the Garmin 2012 line up, whether Essential, Advanced or Prestige unit. These files may be doled out as follows:

  • If the unit supports full-screen Junction View and the views were originally non-Photorealistic, the unit will receive the non-photoreal full-screen JCV file.
  • As 1 above, but marketed as including Photoreal views, the unit will receive the photoreal full-screen JCV file.
  • If the unit is a split-screen unit it gets the photoreal split-screen JCV file.
  • Since no unit prior to the 2012 line up has 3D Junction View, no unit will receive the 3D JCV file.

There is only one problem with this speculation: it makes sense and thus Garmin will not use it.

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Agreed

Strephon_Alkhalikoi wrote:

There is only one problem with this speculation: it makes sense and thus Garmin will not use it.

Agreed.

1450 LM, but big JVC file not working.

I have a 1450LM, but JV doesnt work for some reason after the map is updated to 2012.20 from 2012.10. I deleted the jvc file in the .system/JVC/ folder on the unit and placed the 752MB file into the micro sd card in Garmin/JVC/ folder, tested many major highways and take many exits in NY, but no JV showed up. I've also used the 115MB file, but same results. Only had 1 .jvc file in JVC folder at any given time when testing.

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kyok wrote:

I deleted the jvc file in the .system/JVC/ folder on the unit and placed the 752MB file into the micro sd card in Garmin/JVC/ folder, tested many major highways and take many exits in NY, but no JV showed up.

Unless you made a typo in your post above, the sub-folder is JCV, not JVC

The JCV file should be copied to the Garmin/JCV folder on the microSD card.

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it works now

WAASup wrote:
kyok wrote:

I deleted the jvc file in the .system/JVC/ folder on the unit and placed the 752MB file into the micro sd card in Garmin/JVC/ folder, tested many major highways and take many exits in NY, but no JV showed up.

Unless you made a typo in your post above, the sub-folder is JCV, not JVC

The JCV file should be copied to the Garmin/JCV folder on the microSD card.

I did made a mistake on the folder name. Thanks, it works now.

I like them

It's one feature I really like, for when I'm a fish out of water, say in LA on the Freeway system. It helps.

As primitive as the GM factory navi looks, I'm getting used to north being always up, and was pleasantly surprised that they too have such guidance that pops up.

This and rain sensing wipers are two of my favorite things from the decade of 2000-2010.

Track Up Option

@johnnatash4, I don't know for sure, but I would be surprised if the GM factory nav didn't have a setting/option to switch north up to track up; that is if you wanted to.

Larry

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I love this Thread on

I love this Thread on Junction view and lane Assist.
I have to get my 2012 map update soon.

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jamstyle wrote:

Thanks - I saw the thread but it was referencing the 7x5 series. That's why I mentioned my 1490t. I was trying to find out if it works with this model. I really don't want to install it if it does not work with my model. Maybe someone can verify that its good to go for the 1490.

JCV file is tied to the map version, though.

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Works on my 1450LMT

Got my microSD card today and it works just fine. Hope I can do this with the next map upgrade, too.

Just updated

Just put 2012.20 on the 1695 today. It came with the large 700+MB Junction View file. I was under the impression that all 1xxx (4GB) models were getting the smaller JV file by default. I had deleted all files from the 1695 that I didn't require (voices, vehicles, etc.) and had lots of free space.

Hopefully Garmin has seen the error of their ways and are now checking the available free space on the unit and providing a larger JV file based on units that have space for it and not just by model series. The installer program did do a lot of checking back and forth between the unit and the website before the download actually stated. Guess we won't know for sure until 2012.30 becomes available.

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I certainly hope you're right

t923347 wrote:

Just put 2012.20 on the 1695 today. It came with the large 700+MB Junction View file. I was under the impression that all 1xxx (4GB) models were getting the smaller JV file by default. I had deleted all files from the 1695 that I didn't require (voices, vehicles, etc.) and had lots of free space.

Hopefully Garmin has seen the error of their ways and are now checking the available free space on the unit and providing a larger JV file based on units that have space for it and not just by model series. The installer program did do a lot of checking back and forth between the unit and the website before the download actually stated. Guess we won't know for sure until 2012.30 becomes available.

That's about the first bit of good news since rame1012's getting the large file from Garmin for us to manually install.

I still don't plan to update my 855 until I know what jcv file I'll be given with 2012.30--and if the file size will vary with free space rather than simply Garmin's series model numbers, I will applaud the decision and effort on Garmin's part, although it will complicate our determining file size (and more importantly, the number of JVs offered) being issued to each nuvi model with the next and future maps.

I'm glad I happend upon this

I'm glad I happend upon this thread. I have been missing my junction views with the last update. I am headed off to get my 1690 and see if this fix works. Thanks guys!!

Didn't work on my

Didn't work on my 1690.........Oh well.

Getting Junction View File

GARYLAP wrote:

Didn't work on my 1690.........Oh well.

If you have the latest 2012 map and if you follow the instructions shown on this thread it will work. Recheck your procedure you probably made a mistake some where in the process.

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You were right....I forgot

You were right....I forgot to unhide the system files. I deleted the jcv file in the .system folder and it now works perfectly. Thanks

Lots of junction views

Just took my 1450 on a road trip from PA to SC and back again and had lots of junction views after installing the file on an SD card. Not only freeway junctions but exit ramps, too. Thanks for the tips and instructions so that I was able to get this to work.

Getting Junction View Files

My wife like it when JV comes up on the GPS. She thinks that is nice. Doesn't take much to please her.

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Junctions

Is there a list of junctions with junction view? Perhaps there is a way to parse this from the file itself? It would be very interesting to compare various file versions.

Does the speed (class) of

Does the speed (class) of the SD memory card make any noticeable differences when using junction files located on the memory card instead of in internal memory?

Garmin isn't 100% wrong. I have a 1450LMT. I haven't been using the unit very long. I don't have any custom POIs, very few locations in my favorites and no extra photos etc. My unit is stock. After installing the 2012.20 maps I only have 46.5MB left in internal memory. Not enough for the complete junction view file.

I suspect customers want accurate maps. Complete POI. Every gas station. Every ATM. I suspect many customers would elect for more complete maps/poi even at the expense of limiting junction views. This weekend was the first time I used junction view. I was surprised how few junctions were available. I wondered how there was room in the unit for all those photos. Now I know.

I can understand Garmin not wanting to be providing tech support for customers who want to use a memory card. Tell them how to do it. Provide support when the problems is caused by non-Garmin hardware.

That said customer support could have been more honest. Sorry but there isn't room in your unit for the complete file.

I have no problem if Garmin continues to make the complete files available without any type of support. As long as Garmin doesn't make a change for the sole purpose of stopping customers, with a junction view unit, from using the complete files.

SD card speed -- and more

lewc wrote:

Does the speed (class) of the SD memory card make any noticeable differences when using junction files located on the memory card instead of in internal memory?

Garmin isn't 100% wrong. I have a 1450LMT. I haven't been using the unit very long. I don't have any custom POIs, very few locations in my favorites and no extra photos etc. My unit is stock. After installing the 2012.20 maps I only have 46.5MB left in internal memory. Not enough for the complete junction view file...

I have no problem if Garmin continues to make the complete files available without any type of support. As long as Garmin doesn't make a change for the sole purpose of stopping customers, with a junction view unit, from using the complete files.

I doubt that SD card speed will have any effect. For what it's worth, I'm using a Sandisk Class 4 8GB card.

If you haven't backed up your nuvi to a computer, then deleted your unneeded voice/help/etc. files to make more room, I strongly suggest doing so before your next map update when it comes out in a month or two.

We will not know until it happens but several here feel that there's no guarantee at all that Garmin will make future large JV files available to us for manually installation with new map updates and feel that the offering of the large 750-ish MB jcv file for the current map was a 1-time attempt stop the loud complaining many of us here had been making to Garmin's Customer Service and Tech Support for unexpectedly gutting our earlier large and useful JV offerings. Knowledgeable users updating in the future won't have the clout of saying that a new map with smaller jcv file was unexpected.

The extremely big question mark on the next map update for users with GPS units that offer JV is to see what size (i.e., what number of junction views are present) jcv file is offered, whether it'll vary depending on nuvi model #, individual GPS free space, etc. and whether someone like rame1012 will again be able to cajole Garmin into providing a large file for users who find their new map offers many fewer JVs than the previous map and who want to go to the effort of manually replacing the jcv file with a larger one.

[Note that with the newest nuvi models, some say that Garmin is suggesting that the number of JVs offered for each new series of nuvis will be the same--the number 60,000 has been mentioned--but that some models will get normal JV, some photo-realistic JV and some 3D JV. Even if true, this may not help us understand what file those of us with older models offering JV will receive. Only time will tell.]

Three Junction View Files For 2012

No one will know for sure until we start seeing map updates that take the 2012 lineup into account, but I do believe that Garmin isn't going to be so dumb this time around as to shortchange the Essential units when they clearly mention the number of junction views. You already know where I got the 60,000+ junction views from. The information about the different "classes" of Junction View is from Garmin's page: http://www8.garmin.com/move/lineup.html

Essential: "Each unit provides the security and convenience of lane assist with junction view so it's always easy to know where the next turn is." The picture for this group of receivers clearly shows a non-photoreal full-screen Junction View.

Advanced: "Each 2405/2505 series nüvi also comes with our exclusive Garmin split-screen photoReal™ junction view that realistically display more than 60,000 junctions and interchanges on your route with photographic detail to clearly mark the correct lane to be in for complicated highway interchanges." This is the standard Junction View that most of the 2xxx and up units get.

Prestige: "And Bird's Eye photoReal junction view shows what complex interchanges look like from above." Brand new for the 2012 line up.

Three different Junction View files for three different grades of units. I seriously believe that the next Junction View file we receive will be non-photorealistic, since switching away from photoreal will reduce the file size.

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The large JCV for CNNANT 2012.40 map - Feb. 2012

Here's a link to get the 775-ish MB large JCV file that's compatible with the latest City Navigator North America NT 2012.40 map update (first available in February 2012):

http://download.garmin.com/support/2012_40/NA/JV/D3060050A.J...

Remember that JCV files are created for and only work with one specific map update, so check back in 3 months and we'll see if we can offer a link to the big JCV for the 2013.10 map!

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