Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted]

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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby cloudblade » Tue Feb 06, 2018 7:31 pm

fedaykin wrote:Put a blank DVD-R and used Windows 10 to burn (can't specify write speed but don't have issues, I usually select slowest write speed to reduce chance of errors, but these days it's not necessary). No special steps (should be just burning a data DVD if you're using another application).
I then put the DVD into the nav slot, the system rebooted and it's been working ever since.


thanks bro, i used imgburn software and did it, no issue after insert the dvd and hope its last forever lol
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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby braddy » Sun Feb 25, 2018 11:29 am

Didn't work for me :( I used ImgBurn twice, the second time trying to burn at 1x (although not sure it actually did this because it didn't take as long as I would expect). The disc wasn't recognised on either occasion. The file structure on the disc looks fine on the PC, but isn't recognised by the car.

Any suggestions on why it isn't working would be appreciated.
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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby fedaykin » Mon Feb 26, 2018 9:08 am

Which disc did you use? +R or -R?
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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby braddy » Tue Feb 27, 2018 4:15 pm

Based on previous comments, and the disc that was in it with V21, I used -R. I was thinking of trying a +R but assume that will just waste another disc.
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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby CzechMate » Mon Mar 12, 2018 4:20 pm

Confirmed working in my 2011 Outback (McIntosh) SatNav.

Once you have successfully downloaded the .rar file, use 7-Zip to extract the .iso file (you will need the password). Once the .iso file is extracted, right-click it and select 'Burn disc image' to use the native Windows 10 disc burning engine. I used a Verbatim DVD+R, and no issues reading it in the car.
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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby braddy » Sat Mar 17, 2018 9:49 am

Thanks for the encouragement. I extracted the rar file again, updated to the latest (still pretty old) version of ImgBurn (because my Windows 7 doesn't seem to have a native image burning option) and tried a +R disc.

It worked ! :)
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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby acermanau » Sat Mar 17, 2018 12:04 pm

I can confirm I purchased a disk off Robo, C2 version and it arrived in quick time and works perfectly. Thanks Robo, appreciate doing business. +1 from me!
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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby dpt90 » Tue Mar 20, 2018 11:59 am

southoz wrote:
steve879 wrote:Not sure if this will help you out!

http://fixmygps.info/forum/showthread.php?tid=5462

Helped us Mitsubishi guys out.

Steve


Thanks Steve

Confirm the posted link is for the V23 C2 2016 Map for Subaru OEM Kenwood Navi Head Unit in the 2009 to 2013 Forester XTP and S-Edition which was also is usable in the 2008 to 2014 Impreza WRX.

Head Unit is shown in the article http://ae64.com/NaviTransplantharness.htm

Burnt to a Single Layer DVD-R using the Windows Disk Image Tool.


Hey I'm a little bit lost here

I own a Subaru Tribeca 2006, will this work for me?
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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby dmhc » Sat May 26, 2018 4:43 pm

so I tried updating with the MMCS maps posted earlier but haven't had any luck getting it to work. the unit looks like it's updated as shown below however it did not reboot when putting in the disc. in addition, the maps are completely scrambled with the new disc in the drive so obviously something has gone wrong.

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any suggestions? used a -R disc this time which people have had success with, but so have people who have tried a +R disc.
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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby robo498 » Sun May 27, 2018 6:25 am

You need a C1 disk not a C2 version. :D
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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby dmhc » Sun May 27, 2018 7:35 pm

robo498 wrote:You need a C1 disk not a C2 version. :D


thanks, I did some searching and found another version which seemed to have worked.
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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby themainsully » Wed May 30, 2018 10:00 pm

im new here, i just got myself a MY07 Gt spec b wagon, do we have a download for C1 22 somewhere i couldnt find the link or does anyone in Melbourne have a copy of the DVD?
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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby DiggeR » Mon Jun 04, 2018 5:06 pm

Just picked up a Liberty GT 2010 the other day and noticed the maps have never been updated so thank you to everyone who posted it. Hopefully the new edition is out soon as there's been some major works done on the freeways near me.

Cheers again!
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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby tom_kauf » Tue Jun 05, 2018 1:52 pm

DiggeR wrote:Just picked up a Liberty GT 2010 the other day and noticed the maps have never been updated so thank you to everyone who posted it. Hopefully the new edition is out soon as there's been some major works done on the freeways near me.

Cheers again!

If the Gen5s are like the Gen4s, then you need the original Disc, because that contains the Software and Menus etc (which is lost after a battery disconnect). Then you can get a C2 Map update Disc (C1 won't work, as that's an older version for Gen4s).

Someone shared their original C1 Disc here, but that won't help you. You could borrow someone's C2 Disc for a minute, if you know someone that's near you.
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Re: Subaru Navshop/TomTom Australian V22/23 Nav Maps [wanted

Postby DiggeR » Tue Jun 05, 2018 2:12 pm

tom_kauf wrote:If the Gen5s are like the Gen4s, then you need the original Disc, because that contains the Software and Menus etc (which is lost after a battery disconnect). Then you can get a C2 Map update Disc (C1 won't work, as that's an older version for Gen4s).

Someone shared their original C1 Disc here, but that won't help you. You could borrow someone's C2 Disc for a minute, if you know someone that's near you.


There's a C2 on page 7 of this thread which is what I used. I didn't do any battery disconnect or anything - just burnt the iso and chucked in the map drive and it rebooted and the version was updated :)

I'd happily chip in for a newer version when it's released too.
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