|2||Free sample file|
|3||Download speed camera data|
|4||Installation of speed camera data|
|5||Enabling speed cameras|
|6||Updating speed cameras|
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Your navigation unit is based on iGO software from the manufactor NNG. In some iGO versions, the manufacturer blocks the display of speed camera data in individual countries. This can affect Switzerland, France and border regions, among others.
The installation of speed cameras is disabled in the version iGO nextGen. You can recognize this version by the icon of the application file:
After map and software updates, the speed camera warning function may be lost. Therefore, consider carefully beforehand whether you really need the update. It is no longer possible to reset to the previous version afterwards.
Please try our free sample file before purchase.
The free sample file for Europe allows you to test if POIs can be installed on your navigation device.
Download sample file
Install the sample file according to this installation guide.
The sample file cover European data from 2016. It does not cover all speed cameras. Do not use it for a safe trip!
After installation search for speed cameras in the map.
The installation succeed when you find speed cameras in the map. In this case you may download he full version of our database.
Try before purchase. Refund excluded after download started of full database.
Go to our productpage for iGO OEM products.
We offer only data of fixed speed cameras.
Click button Download.
Save the file igo-oem-europe.zip to your hard disc.
Note: In most cases, the file is saved directly to the download folder of the computer.
Depending on your browser settings, sometimes you can choose the save location by yourself.
Unpack zip file.
Unpacking on a Windows computer: right click on the zip file > Extract all...
Unpacking on a Mac Computer: double click on the zip file.
You get 3 files through unpacking:
Connect your SD card with software iGO to the computer. or Connect your mobile device based on iGO to the computer with a USB cable.
Open Windows Explorer (or Mac: Finder).
Search for the directory ".../CONTENT/speedcam" on the SD card or device.
Safely remove the SD card from the computer.
Insert the SD card to the device. or Disconnect the device from the computer.
Start the navigation on the device.
The boot process may now take a little longer, as the speed camera data is imported into the software.
Make sure that the device gets a real GPS signal.
Your vehicle should be outdoors. Probably, you will not find real GPS signal if your device or vehicle is in the garage.
Check all preferences in the device to enabling speed camera alerts.
In most cases the menu is named Settings > Alerts or Settings > Warnings > Speed Camera Warning.
The wording of the menu may be different (depending on installed software version).
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The following example shows the menu of Clarion NX405E.
The menu is named Settings > Warnings > Speed Camera Warning (Einstellungen > Warnpunkte > Warnung bei Warnpunkten).
Note 1: In most cases real GPS signal is required to find the menu for enable warnings.
Note 2: The category for mobile speedcams is not supported by our database. You can only download fixed speedcams from our website.
Note 3: The iGO software manages all acoustic and visual alerts. We have no influence on acoustic or visual alerts. Our database is just a POI file.
Note 4: In most devices you have to choose a TTS speech for acoustic alerts. TTS speeches tells you street names and other notifications.
Note 5: Your navigation device is based on iGO software from the manufacturer NNG. In some versions of iGO, the manufacturer blocks the display of speed camera data in individual countries. This can be Switzerland, France and border regions.
Look for speed cameras on the map. And take a real test drive.
Note: It will not work if you are only simulating a route.
That example shows an alert with a XZENT X-F220 device.
Repeat all instruction as same as a new installation to update speed cameras in your device. Delete all files inside of the folder speedcam. Copy the three downloaded files speedcam.spdb, SpeedcamText.txt and SpeedcamUpdates.spud into the folder speedcam (according to instructions above).
We recommend to update the data once a month to drive safely.