How to Download and Install iGO Primo on Windows CE 6.0 Devices
If you are looking for a reliable and easy-to-use GPS navigation software for your Windows CE 6.0 device, you might want to consider iGO Primo. iGO Primo is a popular and feature-rich navigation software that offers high-quality maps, accurate routing, voice guidance, speed camera alerts, 3D landmarks, and more.
In this article, we will show you how to download and install iGO Primo on your Windows CE 6.0 device with a resolution of 800x480 pixels. You will need a SD card or a resident flash memory with at least 2 GB of free space, and a compatible device that can run Windows CE 6.0 applications.
There are several versions of iGO Primo available online, but not all of them are compatible with Windows CE 6.0 devices. One of the versions that works well with Windows CE 6.0 devices is iGO 22.214.171.124799 WinCE, WinMobile 5/6/6.1 & later[^1^]. This version supports multiple resolutions, including 800x480 pixels.
To download iGO 126.96.36.199799 WinCE, WinMobile 5/6/6.1 & later, you can visit the following link: [^1^]. You will need to register and activate your account on the GPS Power forum to access the download link. After serving the captcha-input-string and before clicking on the download-file, please be sure to unmark Download faster with 180upload download accelerator.
Alternatively, you can also download iGO 188.8.131.52799 (27MAY2011)_NAVON - MultiRes or iGO 184.108.40.206128 (20APR2012)_NAVON - MultiRes from the following link: [^2^]. These versions are also compatible with Windows CE 6.0 devices and support multiple resolutions, including 800x480 pixels.
Step 2: Unpack the Archive
After downloading the iGO Primo archive, you will need to unpack it to the root of your SD card or resident flash memory. You can use any file extraction software that can handle ZIP or RAR files, such as WinRAR or 7-Zip.
The unpacked folder should contain the following files and folders:
iGO8.exe - the executable file that launches iGO Primo
content - the folder that contains maps, poi's, speedcams, buildings, etc.
license - the folder that contains license files for iGO Primo
save - the folder that contains user settings and preferences
sys.txt - the configuration file that controls various aspects of iGO Primo
ui_igo8 - the folder that contains user interface files for iGO Primo
Step 3: Put Your Maps and Other Content
The content folder is where you need to put your maps and other content files for iGO Primo. You can download maps and other content files from various sources online, such as GPS Power forum or Navitotal forum.
The content folder should have subfolders for different types of content files, such as:
map - for map files (.fbl)
poi - for points of interest files (.poi)
speedcam - for speed camera files (.spdb)
building - for building files (.3dl)
dem - for digital elevation model files (.dem)
phoneme - for phoneme files (.ph)
voice - for voice files (.zip)
skin - for skin files (.zip)
You need to copy the content files to their respective subfolders in the content folder.