Well since I can read and convert the entire file into gps coordinates, and the file format and data is compatible with the previous version, at least in this release there is no issue with compatibility.I do not recommend using the DB updates from the R1/R3 for the R7 unit.
Sorry, I'm in New Zealand. What I meant to perhaps make clear is that these Uniden database covers both the US and Canada. If you have any updates needed for Canada, they can be included on here. @UnidenSupport Uniden did a great job when they sat down to design the gps implementation. Their gps database can cover the entire world and also covers both the units of mph and km/h in a single file.Sniff sniff.. I live in Canada. I feel left out
I was just having fun with ya and the title of the thread "US GPS Updates" But if you can do Canada I will be sure to send off any updates I find along the way.Sorry, I'm in New Zealand. What I meant to perhaps make clear is that these Uniden database covers both the US and Canada. If you have any updates needed for Canada, they can be included on here.
The AA Road Atlas of the UK has all the static cams marked with speed limits ;I'm going back to the UK at Christmas, so I'll probably do some testing for a UK database also.
No GPS coords info, but should be pretty upto date in the 2019 versionStatic speed camera locations with speed limits are pinpointed
Err, no, If you have an issue with the sound capability I would suggest you contact @UnidenSupportAwesome - can you update the sound file?
I finally had a chance to download and install your v1.04 GPS update and check out the location of the speed limit correction I mentioned in post #7. It worked perfectly. Thanks for doing this!@WRANKIN I have completed your requested update.
There were in fact four separate alerts at this location, two for redlight, and two for speed. I have left the two redlight alerts unchanged, but the speed alerts have been replaced with your single all directional speed alert. This could be improved further as google earth street view suggests only some directions have cameras. Anyway, please test, and we can make further improvements if needed.
This is great! Please remove the Speed Camera at Pima and Hualapai Rd 33.661817, -111.890612. There hasn't been a fixed camera at that location for maybe 6 months or longer. They removed it and put in Speed Signs and the occasional Mobile Van.
Done. These have now been removed. Here is the latest file including all the updates made to date:Please remove Speed Cams:
Heading West :