Updating the map in a dnx 5120
You will see a "Garmin" folder when you first view the micro sd card. Hello Hantu-Raya, First of all thanks for your help I was struggling for almost 9 months without a solution. Updating the software was fairly easy as you said but one thing to take note You have to make sure that your thumb drive is FAT32 formatted. (I used NTFS first didn't work but FAT32 did the trick) Updating the MAP was exactly as you mentioned above, but I had to change the file name from GMAPPROM. Good Job Kenta2, keep up the good work Good Job Hantu-Raya, keep helping newbie like me Hello everyone, I would like to give a simple idea to serve all users of the forum, it would be great to clarify wich kenwood model works with this method and listed in a header at the first post. Then we turn on the Kenwood and place it in Standby mode 4. Once the gps navigator is open connect the USB pendrive and wait for the reading; 6.Inside the "Garmin" folder is where you need to place your map's file. To contribute, I want to advise that I could update a DNX5710BT with this method; changing the of the original sd card to the new map (renaming it if necessary to gmapsupp.img). Confirm the import of the POI into the internal memory.I have a Kenwood DNX5120 unit in my truck & wanted to update the maps. CLICK HERE and click the REQUIREMENTS tab for complete instructions.Went to garmin & your site and found/downloaded the kenwood update and garmin update, then ordered the map update. What research led you to conclude that 2014 is the newest you could use?
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