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27th August 2014, 01:38 PM #1TomTom Master
Automatic back-up mapsettings
The compressed file has 2 folders: sdkregistry and Mapsetting.
These two copies folders in the root directory of the device.
If the folder exists sdkregistry sdkregistry combine the two folders, advance copy of it exists.
The Copia.cap file that is within sdkregistry you can modify if you want to change the name of the folder where backups are stored, or drawing name, or a name that best identifies what he does.
Copy this file into Mapsetting can also be modified to change the path where you want to save the copy of mapsettings.cfg
If you have the currentmap.dat file created on the device, this will create a folder within the folder named Mapsetting map you have active, and inside the folder you copied the file mapsettings.cfg.
If you make multiple copies of mapsettings.cfg file, this will go as mapsettings.cfg1 renaming, mapsettings.cfg2, mapsettings.cfg3, etc.
If you do not have the file currentmap.dat the program will do nothing.
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To remove the application to remove the gps Mapsetting sdkregistry and folders is enough, remember sdkregistry restore previous folder if it already existed.
This utility is created by DSUser, and all the credit is his. I'm just sharing.
To post in another forum asking permission to the creator, or me.Orni Reviewed by Orni on . Automatic back-up mapsettings Download: https://bit.ly/2X5CIiR The compressed file has 2 folders: sdkregistry and Mapsetting. These two copies folders in the root directory of the device. If the folder exists sdkregistry sdkregistry combine the two folders, advance copy of it exists. Rating: 5
Last edited by Orni; 23rd June 2019 at 01:24 AM.
22nd June 2019, 11:19 AM #2
Hi Orni... the link is down, do you can fix it, pls?
23rd June 2019, 01:25 AM #3TomTom Master
23rd June 2019, 03:34 AM #4
Thank you baby... That's why we all love you!