Wince IGO Nextgen Zenec F…
Some other reviews below show how to set your fuel reading correctly. This setting corrects the wrong position reported by euromotoy. However this is not used in euromotoy anymore.
Im using IGO Nextgen 18.104.22.168
Fuel gauge correction:
– Click on the Start menue
– Open the EFI Settings
– Find the ‘Fuel Gauge’ submenu
– Change the Gauge value to the correct one
The use of the correction will not be shown in euromotoy.
3. Find the Fuel Gauge submenu under the EFI Settings menue. This is where you will find the settings to change the readout on your car’s gauge. Both for fuel and for temp.
I’m not sure I have the right answer to your question, but I can give you some help. It has been a while since I have been able to use the iGo Zenec (or IGO Zenec) with GPS. From the forums there was a post from someone having an issue with a unit not working, with an error message saying that the unit would not register the SD card, could be a formatting issue or anything. I’m not really sure which one is the issue, but I believe an SD card can be formatted to different systems.
I have an SD card available that was inserted into my IGo Zenec and formatted to FAT32. I downloaded all the IGO navigation for Android that would work with the SD card, and once that was complete, I was able to open the unit, and it was able to open the Navigation screen.
I have not used the SD card much in the Igo Zenec, but I have tried to use it to load the maps for the Pacific Northwest, and I have a lot of maps available for the region.
I hope this helps.
Primo.exe related to igo primo software, the winCE system version doesn’t contain igo primo for Wince system. If you are going to use an aftermarket car navigation system in the car, i.e. igo primo, or igo primo update, it is not recommended to install igo primo igo primo for Windows CE system. If you follow this troubleshooting method, you will find out the reason of winCE system crashed.
My Navigon Car Navi is in process of updating the existing software using a winCE6.0 system in my car, we havent been able to get thru the check process of primo.exe. I need to know, can this be causing the system not to work right? It is a 2013 Chevrolet Captiva, with primo.exe installed on the default SD card. There is a map icon available on the system, and if I tap it, I get to the main map screen. From there, if I click the top right button in the upper right corner, I get a language selection screen. If I select none, and then select English, I get a map screen asking for the Sqlite login. I use the KBA login that came with the system. If I login, the screen turns blank. If I tap anywhere on the blank screen, it throws me back to the map screen again. The only way I can get the system to respond again is to unplug the system for about 10 seconds.
Same problem like yours, for my car, Navigon Car Navi, my primo.exe file is only valid for wince systems. You need to install it again with a PC. Not recommend to use primo.exe file for a wince car system, or navigation. Better to use igo primo update which is a igo primo for wince system. Primo.exe is the tool to manually update the navi software.