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Old 04-11-2009, 05:31 PM
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have anybody czech translation?
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Old 04-15-2009, 12:06 PM
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have anybody czech translation?
Pls...

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Old 04-16-2009, 12:26 PM
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Hello,

I'm making a polish translation for mk4, there's no problem with changing voice, it works, but i dont know why subtitles doesn't.

I used navtweak v2.7 and exported deutsh to txt file (in string section).
After it in notepad I edited all strings to Polish. Next was import as deutsh. In Navtweak it looks ok, but when I installed it in car, and change language to Deutsh I'm still have deutsh subtitles.

What i'm doing wrong?

I read posts in this thread about recalculating CRC, and experimentaly exported module. But it looks like navtweak do it good instead me
Pls, how can I change Voice?
When I edit gb_f (in NavSpeak) then canīt boot CD in car...

THX FOR REPLY!!!!


(sorry for my BAD english)
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Old 04-17-2009, 07:13 PM
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where I change version number from v32 to v32.1 for boot new CD?
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Old 04-18-2009, 02:15 AM
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where I change version number from v32 to v32.1 for boot new CD?
V32 is the version number of the OS CD (The CD that contains OS for around 10 different nav systems).
You cannot change this CD version number

You can only changer the version number of the OS for the nav.

What nay system do you want to change? Mk1/Mk2/Mk3/Mk4/Navi01/Navi02/Navi03 ?
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Old 04-18-2009, 05:12 AM
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Old 04-18-2009, 05:31 AM
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mk4
Edit the sw_rel.tbl (software release table) in the

\V_2\RR\0101\BMWC01S

directory, using a hex editor (SW version is shown in ASCII)
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Old 05-23-2009, 07:33 AM
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Dear all,

Just wanted to inform everyone about the following:
I have been succesfull in creating a V32 Mode2/XA NAV OS Boot disc which is useable for both MK3 and MK4 systems AND (most of all) supports installing the Dutch language for MK3 systems, with the following features:
- Based on the latest BMW NAV OS, V32
- Compiled the image in MODE2/XA mode, so not only useable in MK4 systems, but also in MK3 systems !
- Includes the DUTCH language for MK3 NAV computers, which I successfully applied to a MK3 NAV Computer that I am selling => Voice as well as Menu's are now in Dutch !
- The splash screen shows the (very nice) BMW-logo that I encountered in another mod of the V32 firmware.

Programs/Tools used:
- NavTweak
- Mode2CDMaker.EXE + GUI
- ImgBurn
- NavCoder (KiwiJochen)
- Resler's interface (USB)

It especially took quite a bit of work to find out the correct procedure to modify the file structures so that the CD supports Dutch for MK3-systems and construct the Mode 2/XA CD that I need for my MK3.
Furthermore, translating all the English messages into Dutch took me into the night yesterday....

However, the result counts !

I decided not to share all information about the procedure followed yet.
In case anyone is seriously interested in obtaining this info and possibly also my ImgBurn image file, let me know, and I'll upload it somewhere.

Special thanks to KiwiJochen for all his work in the last couple of years, his endless patience to answer all forum-threads in the best way he possibly can and all his work on the NavCoder program !

Could you please upload this to rapidshare or megaupload. I think a lot of Dutch people will thank you for this!
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Old 05-23-2009, 03:06 PM
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Could you please upload this to rapidshare or megaupload. I think a lot of Dutch people will thank you for this!
Tip: no need to translate into NL, as the complete set of NL language text already exists in the Mk4 software. Just copy and paste into the Mk3 software.
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Old 06-19-2009, 04:28 AM
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I found this, i think there is compatible with mk3 and mk4
Language cd for opel cd70/dvd90 - Page 3 - Gps Underground Forums
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