CN 2012.30

 

On one of foreign forums I found info, that few days ago Garmin had loaded on their servers CN Europe 2012.30. It is not being distributed yet, but it may indicate that in 2-3 weeks (maybe faster, who knows) there will be update available.

I know that last two or so times NA version was lagging behind Europe, but still, it should be released soon as well.

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Did some snooping

Found references to CN 2012.30 for Israel, Australia & New Zealand, and elsewhere with dates on articles of Sep 18 & later for whatever that's worth...

I'll have to fire up the Automated Downloader again until the new version arrives.

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Thanks for the info.

Thanks for the info.

That was fast

That was fast

November update

My 2012.20 folder shows 8/4/11 creation. That would mean a November date for the next release.

As kids, did you search the closet hiding places way before christmas?

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2012.30

I saw somewhere that the new line of nuvis is supposed to be released on October 25th. It would seem that Garmin would release a brand new map update around the same time (probably on the 26th or 27th) to accommodate the new line of devices. That's just my speculation.

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Garmin Nuvi 3490lmt, 765t with Lifetime maps and Clear Channel traffic

No new map yet

I just got a pop-up saying a new map was available... But I logged in to my.garmin.com and nothing there.

Larry

No worries

I'm sure it will be out someday. I'm equally sure someone here will be on top of things and let us all know when it's actually available. smile

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2012.20

grzesja wrote:

On one of foreign forums I found info, that few days ago Garmin had loaded on their servers CN Europe 2012.30. It is not being distributed yet, but it may indicate that in 2-3 weeks (maybe faster, who knows) there will be update available.

I know that last two or so times NA version was lagging behind Europe, but still, it should be released soon as well.

I can't even get 2012.20. I still have 2012.10 but every time I go to update my map, it states that there are no map updates.

@bsp131

Do you have "right" to update maps on your device? Like one time update or lifetime update? A lot of people in topics about updates have lifetime update, and this is the reason everybody is waiting for new release.

In case you don't have "right" to update it should still show options to update maps by buying them. But if you have lifetime update and new versions are not showing on your account I would advice you to contact Garmin tech support. Maybe there is something messed up with your device registration. The only device I have and doesn't show updates is Oregon 400t, but there was no maps on it, except base map.

With Trepidation

I will load CNNA 2012.30 with some trepidation and will probably wait until others have gone first. After the JCV fiasco I am not ready to lose that feature having finally gotten it to work with the separately downloaded large file.

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Thanks

I have lifetime maps. I will have to contact Garmin.

Wait for Positive Comments

I feel it best to wait for user comments before committing to 2012.30

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romanviking

Just see 2012.20 as of Oct 4 2011 in USA

and it was released around July 11. Get a new iPhone instead.... :kidding:

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2012.20

2012.20 was released on August 4, 2011.

2012.30 will be available in North America on, or about, November 11, 2011.

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.

Hopefully, the JV issue will no longer be an issue when it is released...

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is this official?

t923347 wrote:

2012.20 was released on August 4, 2011.

2012.30 will be available in North America on, or about, November 11, 2011.

Are you just using past release dates as the basis of this statement or do you actually have some kind of official information?

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Garmin Nuvi 3490lmt, 765t with Lifetime maps and Clear Channel traffic

False Alarm

The updater notified me the other day, but it was telling me that 2012.2 was available, which I already had and has been available for a while.

Looking forward to 2012.3

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GPSMAP64s, iPhone XR w/Garmin North America, Yaesu VX-8R w/GPS.

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DorkusNimrod wrote:

Hopefully, the JV issue will no longer be an issue when it is released...

Can you hold your breath a long long time?
It's not an issue if your unit comes with 8GB, so far..lol

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Broken record

Aero_Jonno wrote:

and it was released around July 11. Get a new iPhone instead.... :kidding:

Depending on your age this reference may be lost on you but......... This broken record gets really old. It contributes nothing to a discussion.

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GPSMAP 76CSx - nüvi 760 - nüvi 200 - GPSMAP 78S

previous and next one

previous and next one (estimated)

Jan 22, 2009 (Thu): 2009
April 8, 2009 (Wed): 2010.10
July 30, 2009 (Thu): 2010.20
Nov 19, 2009 (Thu): 2010.30

January 21 (Thu), 2010: 2010.40
April 21 (Wed), 2010: 2011.10
July 28 (Wed), 2010: 2011.20
Nov 11 (Thu), 2010: 2011.30

Feb 16 (Wed), 2011: 2011.40
May 18 (Wed), 2011: 2012.10
Aug 4 (Thu), 2011: 2012.20

Estimated: Nov 11 or 17, 2011: 2012.30

There is a work around

No, I can not hold my breath to long. Also, my unit does not come with 8GB. However, I do have a spare 8GB microSD to come to the rescue. The only thing I hope is we can get the right JV the first time, not searching all over the net to find it like last time.

I REALLY hope I'm wrong

I hope I'm wrong, but I believe some of you are definitely not going to like what you get for your Junction View file. 2012.30 is expected to be released about 2 to 2-1/2 weeks after the 2012 lineup is supposed to be released (i.e. the end of October), which means the JCV files are going to be geared towards those units. I fully expect users of older 2GB units are going to get shafted again. Not because of reduced numbers of junction views - though that is a distinct possibility - but because of a shift to non-Photoreal Junction View files.

Like I said, I hope I am wrong. I have no proof, but based on Garmin's prior as well as current behavior I have my suspicions.

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I too hope they are wrong

Strephon_Alkhalikoi wrote:

Like I said, I hope I am wrong. I have no proof, but based on Garmin's prior as well as current behavior I have my suspicions.

According to the Mayan calendar 12/21/2012 is the day we are not going to like the Junction View.

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As long as they add the

As long as they add the missing streets that have been around for years. lol

Thanks for the info, will

Thanks for the info, will place the date in my calendar and start checking around Nov 11 for the update.

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NickJr Nuvi 3597LMT

JCV

Got to get ready for another round of JCV Juggernaut!!!

newer lineup models are out since Sep..

Strephon_Alkhalikoi wrote:

2012.30 is expected to be released about 2 to 2-1/2 weeks after the 2012 lineup is supposed to be released (i.e. the end of October

The 2012 models are already out.. I bought 2495LMT two weeks ago..

Indeed!

denis327 wrote:

Got to get ready for another round of JCV Juggernaut!!!

That is what worries me. I got burned on the 2012.20 update for my 765T and I am not looking forward to going through that fiasco again.

It is kind of ironic that having spent money on the lifetime map updates, we may wind up getting the updates but reduced functionality every time we update. I hope it is released around November 11th as that will give me time to flesh it out before my annual 10 hour Thanksgiving trip up north (not that I really need to update before that trip but there are some errors in the map I am hoping will be corrected).

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JCV

denis327 wrote:

Got to get ready for another round of JCV Juggernaut!!!

Well, If they have representatives lurking around in this forum which they should they should have good feed back from users. If they don't act on it, it shows what kind of a marketing department they have. I would be very disappointed if they allow the memory issues and the JCV issues to continue. If they dont they should address it to let users know they are aware of the problems.

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Garmin Nuvi 260W Garmin Nuvi 1490T If you think knowledge is expensive, try ignorance.

SD Card

jamstyle wrote:
denis327 wrote:

Got to get ready for another round of JCV Juggernaut!!!

Well, If they have representatives lurking around in this forum which they should they should have good feed back from users. If they don't act on it, it shows what kind of a marketing department they have. I would be very disappointed if they allow the memory issues and the JCV issues to continue. If they dont they should address it to let users know they are aware of the problems.

Can't they be loaded to the SD card?

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Streetpilot C340 Nuvi 2595 LMT

Yes

shrifty wrote:
jamstyle wrote:
denis327 wrote:

Got to get ready for another round of JCV Juggernaut!!!

Well, If they have representatives lurking around in this forum which they should they should have good feed back from users. If they don't act on it, it shows what kind of a marketing department they have. I would be very disappointed if they allow the memory issues and the JCV issues to continue. If they dont they should address it to let users know they are aware of the problems.

Can't they be loaded to the SD card?

Yes, but they don't seem willing to modify the map installation program. They would rather spend their time writing useless programs.

CN 2012.30

jjen wrote:
shrifty wrote:
jamstyle wrote:
denis327 wrote:

Got to get ready for another round of JCV Juggernaut!!!

Well, If they have representatives lurking around in this forum which they should they should have good feed back from users. If they don't act on it, it shows what kind of a marketing department they have. I would be very disappointed if they allow the memory issues and the JCV issues to continue. If they dont they should address it to let users know they are aware of the problems.

Can't they be loaded to the SD card?

Yes, but they don't seem willing to modify the map installation program. They would rather spend their time writing useless programs.

Maybe the programers are limited in knowledge and it would be a bit embarrassing to bring in an out side team to fix it. Maybe they wont fix it in order to drive up demand for the newer models with more capacity - 8-16GB

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Garmin Nuvi 260W Garmin Nuvi 1490T If you think knowledge is expensive, try ignorance.

A 16 gig nuvi?

I doubt it...

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Garmin nüvi 40000

Designed on the sleek and elegant form factor of Garmin's bestselling 3790, the nüvi 40000 comes with detail maps for the entire world on a generous 500GB solid state memory space. 50 billion POIs guarantees you'll never have difficulty finding a place to go, even in Cairo.

That would be one hell of a GPS.

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It would be...

But, you're dreaming. We'll be in 'Star Trek' before that! wink

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yeay, but...

Strephon_Alkhalikoi wrote:

Designed on the sleek and elegant form factor of Garmin's bestselling 3790, the nüvi 40000 comes with detail maps for the entire world on a generous 500GB solid state memory space. 50 billion POIs guarantees you'll never have difficulty finding a place to go, even in Cairo.

That would be one hell of a GPS.

It will be, but next update will need 500.1GB and Junction View files will need additional space smile But there will be build-in slot for Micro SD card, so you can split new maps between device and card, and still have space to manually load Junction View files on card grin

Nüvi 40000 is expensive!

Even worse, who would buy it? Knowing Garmin they probably would charge $4,000 for the privilege of owning one, and while they likely would offer lifetime updates they'd never synchronize the updates so they pop up on the same day, so updating would be hell for the user. grin

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October 21 is the end of the

October 21 is the end of the world, so they better issue 2012.30 earlier than that or I want my money back.

New meaning to "Lifetime Maps" - lifetime ends Oct.21

Thx

Thanks your info.

2012.30 map update has been uploaded to the server.

It looks like Garmin uploaded the latest map update for North America to the server around October 19th. For the last map update, the map update was released to users about two weeks after it was uploaded to the server. Therefore, the projected release date of 2012.30 for North America is November 3rd.

http://download.garmin.com/RMU/_download_manifests/NA/2012_3...

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Good catch rame1012

but can you also see the the JCV file size they'll be releasing with that map mrgreen

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Nope.

I believe only someone who is psychic could determine that.

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Garmin Nuvi 3490lmt, 765t with Lifetime maps and Clear Channel traffic

JCV large file for next update

Hope Garmin will do the right thing this time and offer up the large JCV file so that us owners with small internal memories can load onto our SD cards.

Hated the fact that Garmin forced us to use unauthorized files for something that should be rightfully ours.

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Are we there yet?

i think Garmin gonna screw

i think Garmin gonna screw the JCV for older nuvi models like last time again.. since they have released their 2012 models and want ppl to buy those.. i hope i am wrong..

Same here.

larry_larry wrote:

I just got a pop-up saying a new map was available... But I logged in to my.garmin.com and nothing there.

Larry

As long as

it gets me to my destination I could care less about JCV

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lifetime

I have a lifetime subscription. I don't know what map I am supposed to have now.

Based on your devices, City

Based on your devices, City Navigator North America 2012.20.

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I love the idea...

of being able to update new maps up to four times a year, but I will not run the risk of going through all that work (7 Nuvi's) and possibly lose my much adored JVC, because Garmin added a new street somewhere in "East Overshoe" Vermont.

Now don't get me wrong, I, as well as you all look forward to each new map edition like an upcoming spring, but I have learned over time that it also brings with it the chance of a glitch, i.e. the much diminished JVC file, and what had to be done to retrieve it!

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If you drove an RV

agg9900 wrote:

it gets me to my destination I could care less about JCV

Agg, we do a lot of traveling in a large RV, traveling anywhere from British Columbia to Key West...Nova Scotia to Arizona.

Junction views and lane assists are almost manditory when you are driving through a large "new" city, with multiple turns and expressways. Junction Views and Lane Assists give me the opportunity to get into the correct lane(s)

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