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    its a usb b male that goes into the gps unit right?

    my unit didn't come yet

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    yep its a mini b connector.

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    I just did this with a Garmin GPSmap 60C, works a charm
    Didn't need any resistors, either. Just had to recompile with 4800baud - I can give the eboot to anyone who asks.
    Btw Deniska: Be sure to put in "selectable baud rates" in your mapping program, not everyone knows how to recompile. ^^

    EDIT: How to connect it all: http://www.home.no/xern/gpsmap60c-psp.jpg

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    thats a better pic

    my slim should be here monday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xern
    I just did this with a Garmin GPSmap 60C, works a charm
    Didn't need any resistors, either. Just had to recompile with 4800baud - I can give the eboot to anyone who asks.
    Btw Deniska: Be sure to put in "selectable baud rates" in your mapping program, not everyone knows how to recompile. ^^

    EDIT: How to connect it all: http://www.home.no/xern/gpsmap60c-psp.jpg

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    Good job!!
    Let me know if you want to beta-test the mapviewer with your GPS setup... If you do - PM your PSP's MAC address and I'll hook you up with the binary..

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    i own a Microsoft gps, will it work?, i am totally new to this. how am i going to know which wire link to which end? if i am right then there is only going to be 2 wires that need to be rewired? will i be able to run microsoft map on there?
    or even micro softs pocket PC map? will it work with 2.6 or higher?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tngai1984
    i own a Microsoft gps, will it work?,
    yes it works with every device afaik.
    Quote Originally Posted by tngai1984
    how am i going to know which wire link to which end?
    you can check the pinout with the hardware specification paper. or google searching
    Quote Originally Posted by tngai1984
    if i am right then there is only going to be 2 wires that need to be rewired?
    yes. using deniskas method gps wiring is fairly easy
    Quote Originally Posted by tngai1984
    will i be able to run microsoft map on there?
    nope
    Quote Originally Posted by tngai1984
    or even micro softs pocket PC map?
    nope
    Quote Originally Posted by tngai1984
    will it work with 2.6 or higher?
    deniska should tell ya if it runs on 2.6.. but higher = no

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    thanks for the reply, but what will be the higherst update it can run on?

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    1.50 can do it for sure..

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    lewnacca, thanks for answering this for me...
    You are correct, currently, the gps functionalityrequires certain calls, only available on 1.0-1.5 fw
    About the device, compatibility: it should work with all gps devices, which support serial comm port and NMEA protocol..

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