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Old 02-24-2006, 11:44 PM
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Adding features such as Off road navigation

I am looking into trying to figure out what is needed to add off road navigation, and it seems the first place to start is with the language packs

Below is a data dump from the Rover Navigation software lnaguage pack American English. Notice it is similar to the BMW with the added language features. This actually looks more difficult than modding Perspective as the code does not seem to be complete in the MKIV files. Anyway, let me know if anyone wants to try to work on this and I will offer up what I know about Off Road Navigation in the MKIII

USA US Eng.
6 6 Please drive safely.
Wear your safety belt.
The navigation system is no substitute for the observance of traffic laws and constant attention to actual traffic situations.
For your safety do not enter data into the navigation system while driving.
Please press the rotary knob to accept.
OK Monitor has switched off due to high temperature.
MENU On-board computer On-board computer GPS-navigation Telephone Emergency L/R ASSIST L/R ASSIST Land Rover ASSIST STATUS Land Rover Roadside Assistance Land Rover ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE Land Rover Information Land Rover INFORMATION A new message is being called up.
The message is being deleted.
The response is being transmitted.
Your request could not be transmitted.
Your response could not be transmitted.
Information plus INFORMATION PLUS Service selection Service selection Traffic info plus Deactivate traffic information Telefonnr.
: Begin new inquiry Activate Emergency call in s.
Traffic information TRAFFIC INFORMATION Call set-up to operator faulty.
Data could not be transmitted to the vehicle.
Please do not switch off the system during initialization (ignition on).
The operation will require a few minutes to run.
Emergency/Flat T-info T-info plus Information plus Status Data Retry Attempting connection Transmitting data If no answer - press RETRY VIN: Emergency call activated Position transmitted successfully Network error, connecton not possible Your vehicle' s position could not be transmitted Police emergency call activated Breakdown service activated Information plus is activated.
LR Service Center call Service was ended automatically.
Data communication fault Service was ended Service interrompu Land Rover Assist is being initialized.
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Requested Data successfully transferred.
Phase 1 of 4 Phase 2 of 4 Phase 3 of 4 Phase 4 of 4 A system fault has occurred.
Initialization is not possible.
Your inquiry was rejected.
Do you want to call an operator? Telematic services are terminated.
Your message could not be processed by the system.
Stop Inquiry Answer Aux.
heat/vent Television DSP Code Monitor off Monitor off SMS SMS News CURRENT DESTINATION >> << Dial number LIMIT switch on switch off Speed Note: To activate, turn ignition key to "0".
TIMER stop start Interim time return CONSUMPTION 1 Recalculate? yes no CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTION 2 AVERAGE SPEED OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE DISTANCE ARRIVAL TIME DEMO Memo 1 Memo 2 Memo 3 Concert Hall Jazz Club Cathedral 80 200 500 1K 2K 5K 12K Room Echo Memo Demo ROOM SIZE ECHO 200HZ 5KHZ TIMER PRESET off on set SERVICE DIRECT MODE Aux.
heating Aux.
ventilation CODE change deactivate Emergency deactivation, wait: SET Language Distance Distance Distance Consumpt.
Temp.
Clock Memo Date Audio+OBC OBC displ.
Color set Day/Night DATE TIME set REMOTE CONTROL Limit Range Out.
temp.
*USAFOND_IT Serial number Software version Timer Consump.
Average Consumption Consump 1 Consump 2 Speed Average speed Timer 1 Timer 2 memorize SERVICE MODE On-board monitor NAVIGATION / GRAPHIC ELEMENT Video module GPS Sensor check SENSOR CHECK VIN VIN Wheel sensor: GPS satellites: GPS status: Gyro: Direction: Forward Backward GPS malfunction Receiver error No almanac Satellite search Satellite contact Position known Version Key function Brightness ON-BOARD MONITOR VERSION SW level: HW level: DIAG index: BUS index: Encoding Index: Supplier: ON-BOARD MONITOR KEY FUNCT.
Key: OBM increm.
sensor: Radio increment sensor: ON-BOARD MONITOR BRIGHTNESS CTRL.
Slider NAVI/GRAPHIC ELEMENT VIDEO MODULE VERSION GPS VERSION Receiver SW vers.
: Receiver SW date: GPS version GPS status GPS tracking info GPS STATUS Latitude: Longitude: Altitude: Date/time (UTC): G-speed/heading: Rec-Stat/Pos-Src: PDOP/HDOP/VDOP: GPS TRACKING INFO Ch PRN S/N 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Visible satellites: Almanac: Heating currently too hot Cool down Intersection: I < I > Search non sensitive II < II > Search sensitive m < m > Manual station choice SCAN Station sample a Automatic search Fader front rear Balance left right Bass min.
max.
Treble F Q GAL Seek level TP-Volume AF Area TAPE Set << >> Fast forward / reverse < > Music search CD Track RANDOM Random generator Track sample City: Street: Destination input map Directions Directions Dest.
input length in last exit in Detour T-info RDS-TMC No RDS TMC function available No TMC transmitter found No messages TMC messages TMC MESSAGES Map Accidents Sluggish traffic Parking Slippery road Danger Heavy winds Delay Slow traffic Stationary traffic Closed road Road construction Delete delete Index enter space A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z .
' - , 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 Address book Vehicle position Most use of highways Least use of highways Fastest route Shortest route Country: INDEX VOLUME NAVIGATION ROUTE PREFERENCE ADDRESS BOOK Retrieve address Enter address Enter current car position Delete address Delete address? Delete all entries? Last destinations LAST DESTINATIONS Return to starting point Instruction Route map New route Information INFORMATION Scale SCALE Cursor Save destination Map positioning MAP POSITIONING C F km miles l/100km mpg km/l Arrival min s ENTER ADDRESS Crossing intersection Route preference Info on destination INFO ON DESTINATION Info on current location INFO ON CURRENT LOCATION dd.
mm mm/dd 24 h 12 h Arrival time Name: New route for Volume navigation Address cannot be memorized Address not on CD Pointing North Direct.
of travel EMERGENCY EMERGENCY Heading: EMERGENCY TELEPHONE Your current position is: North South West East 911 Assist Please dial 911 or Roadside Assist Functions Directory Dial Info TOP-8 LOCATION << >> Last numbers Strength: Call fees current: total: Call time: Consump 1 Consump 2 Average speed Vehicle position outside map limits.
Correct dest.
guidance not possible.
Loading of software required.
Please insert a suitable CD-ROM No CD in navigation computer.
CD-ROM in navigation computer.
Software will be loaded Please insert CD Incorrect CD in navigation computer Please insert appropriate CD Wrong software in navigation computer Please insert software-CD RECALL ADDRESS DELETE ADDRESS RETRIEVE DESTINATION DELETE DESTINATION INPUT DESTINATION VEHICLE POSITION Street map Delete destination Delete destination? Please wait a moment .
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Demo Navigation demo active Change CD before driving and turn ignition key to "0" for at least 30 s.
ROUTE LIST Route list Services Emergency Breakdown Profile Vehicle Color RED ORANGE YELLOW GREEN BLUE BLACK WHITE SILVER BROWN OTHER UNKNOWN Automatic Standard Telematics settings Telematics settings VIN Model Lic.
plate Color SMS-C Number D1 Nummer Aut.
Em-call initialize Sign-off update initialising completed INFO TP PTY RDS : Off Road Menu Road Navigation Off Road Navigation On Road Navigation Off Road Navigation START GOTO DEST.
Waypoint ROUTE Alt Radius Wp.
radius 50m 100m 200m 500m Volume GMT HDG BRG ETE STATUS GUIDANCE Forward Reverse Backtrack ROUTE : Routes CURR.
POS.
EDIT WAYPOINT GOTO Dest.
GoTo Timing Map Display Data Display Help ' " Route list End Guidance END GUIDANCE Current Route Return >New route< Guidance Full Route Select First Waypoint Review Route Copy Route Paste Route Delete Route DELETE ROUTE Edit Waypoint Manual Waypoint Insert Waypoint before Insert Waypoint after Copy Waypoint Current Position Paste Waypoint Delete Waypoint DELETE WAYPOINT INSERT ROUTE No new route Skip to next waypoint INSERT .
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Off road conditions may change.
Always ensure it is safe to make the suggested maneuver before following any navi- gational advice.
A road marked on a map does not automatically confer right of way.
If in doubt, ask the appropriate authority.
Refer to the off road driving section of the owner handbook.
Data Display Map Display Start Stop Reset Time to Time from TIMING TO TIMING FROM RESET STOPWATCH yes no Scale SCALE Other Please Insert Language CD Cancel OK Wrong CD is Inserted Choose New Language Language Being Replaced Please Remove Language CD Monitor Off Please dial 911 or 1-800-444-3700 Reduced Data Display Full Data Display Waypoint copied TIMING TO TIMING FROM Timing To Timing From Start Stop Reset Routes from CD LOAD ROUTE Route exists on Target.
Delete Route first.
Not enough space in Target.
Delete first a Route you do not need.
Route successfully copied.
Guidance Displays Compass Display Routes Review Route Delete Route Copy Route New Route Waypoints Insert Waypoint Current Position Copy Waypoint Paste Waypoint Delete Waypoint Edit Waypoint Goto Timing Backtrack All the destination information is shown in yellow text.
The current vehicle position and heading information is shown in white text.
The waypoint icon shown on the map is a cross in a circle.
The destination icon shown on the map is a chequered circle.
The current vehicle position icon is a blue circle with a blue triangle pointing in the direction of travel.
The Compass Display contains a red needle which indicates the direction of True North.
During guidance, the compass display also shows a wide arrow.
This arrow indicates the direction of the next waypoint or destination.
The arrow will change colour to indicate the mode of guidance, FORWARD is white and REVERSE is green.
The symbol at the top of the Compass Display always represents the direction the vehicle is pointing.
Each Off Road Navigation route consists of a numbered series of waypoints leading to a final destination.
Up to 20 named routes may be stored in the ROUTE LIST.
FORWARD guidance of a route will follow the waypoints in increasing numerical order.
REVERSE guidance of a route will follow the waypoints in decreasing numerical order.
Guidance can be followed along the FULL ROUTE or started at an intermediate waypoint by selecting SELECT FIRST WAYPOINT.
During guidance, it is possible to bypass a waypoint by selecting SKIP TO NEXT WAYPOINT.
Selecting REVIEW ROUTE lists the waypoints of the selected route in increasing numerical order.
The bearing and distance between each waypoint and the next is also displayed.
Individual waypoints can be selected for editing or re-ordering.
Selecting DELETE ROUTE permanently removes the selected route from the ROUTE LIST.
COPY ROUTE creates a duplicate of the selected route.
The duplicate route must be given a different name from the original.
Selecting NEW ROUTE allows a new route to be named.
Waypoints may then be created within this route.
A waypoint is a named location on a route defined by a set of GPS coordinates.
Up to 35 named waypoints may be stored in a route.
Selecting INSERT WAYPOINT creates a new waypoint on the route BEFORE or AFTER the selected waypoint.
The default waypoint name and co- ordinates may be changed if required.
Selecting CURRENT POSITION creates a new waypoint on the route BEFORE or AFTER the selected waypoint.
The default waypoint name and co- ordinates may be changed if required.
COPY WAYPOINT copies the selected waypoint, complete with its name and coordinates.
The waypoint can then be pasted into any route using INSERT WAYPOINT.
PASTE WAYPOINT inserts a previously copied waypoint into the route under review.
The waypoint name and coordinates are the same as that of the last copied waypoint but may be changed if required.
DELETE WAYPOINT deletes the selected waypoint from the route under review.
Selecting DELETE WAYPOINT will enable the waypoint to be pasted.
EDIT WAYPOINT allows the name or co- ordinates of a waypoint to be changed.
Use DELETE WAYPOINT and PASTE WAYPOINT to change the order of waypoints within a route.
GOTO is used to give guidance to a single destination that is not part of a route.
A destination name may be entered.
A GOTO destination is not permanently stored.
The TIMING display provides the estimated 'TIME TO' and elapsed 'TIME FROM' information and allows the manual stopwatch feature to be operated.
Selecting BACKTRACK reverses the order of the waypoints currently being followed.
Guidance will proceed from the current point on the route and will continue until the first, or last, waypoint is reached.
Help HELP LIST Help Index Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday C F km/h mph km mls l/100km mpg mpg km/l h min s miles CONCERT HALL JAZZ CLUB CATHEDRAL MEMO 1 MEMO 2 MEMO 3 CAR SERVICE / REPAIR GAS STATION CAR RENTAL PARKING PARKING + PUBLIC TRANSPORT REST AREA AUTOMOBILE CLUB TOURIST ATTRACTION HOTEL RESTAURANT BANK COMMUNITY CENTER LIBRARY COURT HOUSE FIRE STATION MILITARY BASE CONSULATE/EMBASSY ATM TOURIST INFORMATION MUSEUM THEATER / CIVIC CENTER CIVIC CENTER SPORTS COMPLEX CHURCH MONUMENT AMUSEMENT PARK PARK / RECREATION / FITNESS CONVENTION CENTER HOSPITAL POLICE CITY HALL POST OFFICE MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PHARMACY SHOPPING CENTER CITY CENTER THEATER / CIVIC CENTER RAILROAD STATION AIRPORT FERRY BUS STATION MARINA SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT GOLF COURSE INDUSTRIAL AREA m SCAN II I T TP ST FMA FM1 FM2 MW LW SW AMA AM RDS TAPE ERROR TAPE CLEAN 1 2 A B >> <<R SCAN RND <<>> >> <<R > <R <<>> TELEPHONE PIN-CODE TOP-8 DIRECTORY DIAL INFO Info Info Info NO STATION TRAFFIC 1 TRAFFIC 2 NO STATION WB CH 1 WB CH 2 WB CH 3 WB CH 4 WB CH 5 WB CH 6 WB CH 7 WB
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Old 02-25-2006, 04:27 AM
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Ambishop,

The Range Rover software is located at www.xoutpost.com/members/dinger this is zipped in CD Clone image format. I am sure the 'off road' option and modules could be combined/inserted into the current V26 - just a matter of how!
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Can range rover software be installed on BMW navigation?
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Old 03-09-2006, 12:01 PM
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Has anyone got anywhere whith activating the off road features yet? I have posted the range rover software for comparrasion.
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Rover OS CD?

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Ambishop,

The Range Rover software is located at www.xoutpost.com/members/dinger this is zipped in CD Clone image format. I am sure the 'off road' option and modules could be combined/inserted into the current V26 - just a matter of how!
Dinger run this past me again
You have just posted an OS CD of the Range Rover software yes?
I.e you can stick that CD in your Nav Comp and flash the firmware? is this a MK3 or Mk4 and does your unit carry a Rover part number? if so do you know what it is? where did you get the CD from?

The reason why I ask is I have a neighbour with a virtually brand new Rover 75 V8 and his Mk3 seems to either be faulty or needs a reload as it is asking for a software CD and as we know the Rover units spit out the BMW OS ones in disgust!

I don't have a clue why BMW ones can if necessary be bought at a Dealer but the Rover ones seem to be like Hens teeth I really would like to get hold or a proper Rover 75 one. or would yours work?
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Old 03-09-2006, 02:34 PM
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Dinger run this past me again
You have just posted an OS CD of the Range Rover software yes?
I.e you can stick that CD in your Nav Comp and flash the firmware? is this a MK3 or Mk4 and does your unit carry a Rover part number? if so do you know what it is? where did you get the CD from?

The reason why I ask is I have a neighbour with a virtually brand new Rover 75 V8 and his Mk3 seems to either be faulty or needs a reload as it is asking for a software CD and as we know the Rover units spit out the BMW OS ones in disgust!

I don't have a clue why BMW ones can if necessary be bought at a Dealer but the Rover ones seem to be like Hens teeth I really would like to get hold or a proper Rover 75 one. or would yours work?
The software is at www.xoutpost.com/members/dinger. I do not think it will suit your neighbours machine but you are welcome to try it. It is in a zipped file with CD Clone images.

Good luck
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Old 03-09-2006, 04:21 PM
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Thanks no harm in giving it a try
Where did you get it from can you buy these over the counter? like the BMW version, or do I need to go searching somewhere

I just can't believe there is not a copy of the MG ZT/Rover 75 OS CD not siiting on a server somewhere on the interwub
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I got it from a friend who got a copy from a dealers.
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i have a 2003 range rover that came with a mklll unit with offroad capability. i just installed a mklv that i got on ebay. i have lost the offroad ability and don't use it much anyway as real maps are better. can i load rover info into my mkiv and then sell the mark lll. the rover mklll looks and operates just like the bmw...in fact my rover runs a 4.4 bmw trans, engine, switches, lights, and seems to be 90% bmw. i would like to put the land rover logo back on instead of bmw, however. is the logo in the rover software disk and would the bmw unit accept a rover software disk. i love the mklv split screen etc. i'm happy to tinker with the old nav unit.
by the way i tried the rover cal/nev disk in it and it did work.
any info would be helpful
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Can range rover software be installed on BMW navigation?
Good question! Has anybody tried that?
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