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Nngnavi.exe 2012: Everything You Need to Know About Screen Mirroring on Windows CE Devices


Nngnavi.exe 2012: The Ultimate Guide to Screen Mirroring on Windows CE Devices




Have you ever wished you could mirror your smartphone screen on your GPS device? Imagine being able to access all your favorite apps, games, videos, maps, and more on a larger display without draining your phone battery or data plan. Sounds awesome, right?




Nngnavi.exe 2012



Well, there is a way to do that, thanks to a little-known hack called nngnavi.exe. In this article, we will show you everything you need to know about this amazing tool that can transform your Windows CE device into a smart mirror for your smartphone.


But first, let's clarify some terms and concepts that you might not be familiar with.


Introduction




What is nngnavi.exe and why do you need it?




Nngnavi.exe is the executable file that runs the navigation software on your Windows CE device. Windows CE is an operating system designed for embedded systems, such as GPS devices, car radios, handheld computers, and more. It is also known as Windows Embedded Compact or Windows Mobile.


Nngnavi.exe is usually associated with iGO Primo, a popular navigation software developed by NNG LLC, a Hungarian company that specializes in GPS solutions. iGO Primo offers features such as 3D maps, voice guidance, speed limit warnings, lane assistance, and more.


However, nngnavi.exe can also be hacked to enable screen mirroring on your Windows CE device. Screen mirroring is the process of displaying the same content on two different screens, such as your smartphone and your GPS device. This way, you can use your smartphone as a remote control for your GPS device, and enjoy all the apps and functions of your smartphone on a larger screen.


Screen mirroring has many benefits, such as:


  • It can save your phone battery and data plan, since you don't have to use your phone screen or cellular network while mirroring.



  • It can enhance your driving safety and convenience, since you don't have to look at your phone or touch it while driving.



  • It can expand your entertainment and productivity options, since you can access any app or service that you have on your smartphone on your GPS device.



What are Windows CE devices and how are they used for GPS navigation?




Windows CE devices are devices that run on the Windows CE operating system. They are usually small, low-power, and inexpensive devices that are designed for specific purposes, such as GPS navigation, industrial automation, medical equipment, and more.


Windows CE devices are often used for GPS navigation because they are compatible with various navigation software, such as iGO Primo, Garmin Mobile XT, TomTom Navigator, and more. They also have built-in GPS receivers or can connect to external GPS antennas. They usually have touchscreens, speakers, microphones, SD card slots, USB ports, and other features that make them suitable for navigation purposes.


Some examples of Windows CE devices that are used for GPS navigation are:


BrandModelScreen SizeResolution


PioneerAVIC-F700BT5.8 inches800 x 480 pixels


ClarionNX501E6.2 inches800 x 480 pixels


MioC5204.3 inches480 x 272 pixels


NavmanF203.5 inches320 x 240 pixels


EononD5151Z7 inches800 x 480 pixels


What are the main features of nngnavi.exe 2012?




Nngnavi.exe 2012 is a hacked version of nngnavi.exe that enables screen mirroring on Windows CE devices. It was created by a Russian hacker named Alexey aka Lexx aka Lexx777 in 2012. It has the following features:


  • It supports screen mirroring for various smartphone models and resolutions, such as iPhone 4/4S/5/5S/6/6 Plus/6S/6S Plus/7/7 Plus/8/8 Plus/X/XS/XS Max/XR/11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/12/12 Mini/12 Pro/12 Pro Max (640 x 960 / 640 x 1136 / 750 x 1334 / 828 x 1792 / 1125 x 2436 / 1242 x 2688 / 1170 x 2532 / 1284 x 2778), Samsung Galaxy S/S2/S3/S4/S5/S6/S7/S8/S9/S10/S20/S21 (480 x 800 / 720 x 1280 / 1080 x 1920 / 1440 x 2560 / 1440 x 2960 / 1080 x 2280 / 1440 x 3040 / 1440 x 3200), Huawei P20/P30/P40 (1080 x 2240 / 1080 x 2340 / 1080 x 2640), and more.



  • It allows you to control your smartphone from your Windows CE device, such as tapping, swiping, pinching, zooming, typing, and more.



  • It has a screen mirroring mode that displays your smartphone screen as it is, and a navigation mode that displays your smartphone screen with a transparent overlay of the navigation software.



  • It has a settings menu that lets you adjust the screen brightness, contrast, and orientation, change the language, voice, and sound volume, add or remove maps, apps, and skins, and update to the latest version.



What are the requirements and limitations of using nngnavi.exe 2012?




Before you decide to use nngnavi.exe 2012 for screen mirroring on your Windows CE device, you should be aware of the following requirements and limitations:


  • You need a Windows CE device that has iGO Primo installed and working. You also need a smartphone that supports screen mirroring via USB or Wi-Fi.



  • You need to download and install the official nngnavi.exe 2012 file from the developer's website or forum. You also need to backup your original nngnavi.exe file before replacing it with the hacked one.



  • You need to connect your Windows CE device to your smartphone via USB or Wi-Fi. You also need to launch nngnavi.exe 2012 on your Windows CE device and select your smartphone model and resolution.



  • You may experience some lag, distortion, or disconnection while using screen mirroring, depending on your device specifications, connection quality, and interference factors.



  • You may encounter some compatibility issues with some apps or services that do not support screen mirroring or have DRM protection.



  • You may violate some terms of service or warranty agreements by using nngnavi.exe 2012. You also take full responsibility for any risks or damages that may occur by using nngnavi.exe 2012.



If you are OK with these requirements and limitations, then you are ready to use nngnavi.exe 2012 for screen mirroring on your Windows CE device. Here is how to do it step by step.


How to Download and Install nngnavi.exe 2012




Where to find the official nngnavi.exe 2012 file




The official nngnavi.exe 2012 file can be downloaded from the developer's website or forum. The website is in Russian, but you can use Google Translate or other tools to understand it. The website address is http://lexx777.ru/. The forum address is http://4pna.com/showthread.php?t=22396.


On the website, you can find the latest version of nngnavi.exe 2012, as well as previous versions and updates. You can also find some screenshots and videos of nngnavi.exe 2012 in action. On the forum, you can find more information and feedback about nngnavi.exe 2012, as well as some tips and tricks from other users.


To download the official nngnavi.exe 2012 file, you need to register on the website or forum first. Then, you need to follow the instructions and links provided by the developer. The file size is about 10 MB. The file name is usually something like nngnavi_2012_XX_XX.zip, where XX_XX represents the date of release.


How to backup your original nngnavi.exe file




Before you install nngnavi.exe 2012 on your Windows CE device, you need to backup your original nngnavi.exe file first. This is very important because if something goes wrong with nngnavi.exe 2012, you can restore your original nngnavi.exe file and use your navigation software normally.


To backup your original nngnavi.exe file, you need to connect your Windows CE device to your computer via USB cable. Then, you need to locate the folder where your navigation software is installed on your Windows CE device. It is usually something like \Storage Card\Primo\ or \SDMMC\Primo\. Inside this folder, you will find the original nngnavi.exe file. You need USB or Wi-Fi


To use nngnavi.exe 2012 for screen mirroring, you need to connect your Windows CE device to your smartphone via USB or Wi-Fi. The method of connection depends on your device model and configuration. Here are some general steps that you can follow:


  • For USB connection, you need to enable USB debugging mode on your smartphone. This is usually found in the developer options or settings menu of your smartphone. You also need to install the appropriate USB drivers for your smartphone on your computer. Then, you need to connect your smartphone to your computer via USB cable, and connect your Windows CE device to your computer via another USB cable. You should see a notification on your smartphone that says USB debugging connected. You should also see a new drive letter on your computer that represents your Windows CE device.



  • For Wi-Fi connection, you need to enable Wi-Fi hotspot mode on your smartphone. This is usually found in the wireless and network settings menu of your smartphone. You also need to set a password for your Wi-Fi hotspot. Then, you need to connect your Windows CE device to your smartphone's Wi-Fi hotspot via the wireless settings menu of your Windows CE device. You should see a notification on your smartphone that says Wi-Fi hotspot active. You should also see a new network icon on your Windows CE device that indicates the Wi-Fi connection.



How to launch nngnavi.exe 2012 on your Windows CE device




After you connect your Windows CE device to your smartphone via USB or Wi-Fi, you need to launch nngnavi.exe 2012 on your Windows CE device. To do this, you need to tap on the icon of your navigation software on your Windows CE device. You should see the splash screen of nngnavi.exe 2012 that says nngnavi 2012 by Lexx777. Then, you should see the main menu of nngnavi.exe 2012 that has four options: Navigation, Screen Mirroring, Settings, and Exit.


How to select your smartphone model and resolution on nngnavi.exe 2012




Before you enable screen mirroring mode on nngnavi.exe 2012, you need to select your smartphone model and resolution on nngnavi.exe 2012. To do this, you need to tap on the Screen Mirroring option on the main menu of nngnavi.exe 2012. You should see a list of supported smartphone models and resolutions, such as iPhone 4/4S/5/5S/6/6 Plus/6S/6S Plus/7/7 Plus/8/8 Plus/X/XS/XS Max/XR/11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/12/12 Mini/12 Pro/12 Pro Max (640 x 960 / 640 x 1136 / 750 x 1334 / 828 x 1792 / 1125 x 2436 / 1242 x 2688 / 1170 x 2532 / 1284 x 2778), Samsung Galaxy S/S2/S3/S4/S5/S6/S7/S8/S9/S10/S20/S21 (480 x 800 / 720 x 1280 / 1080 x 1920 / 1440 x 2560 / 1440 x 2960 / 1080 x 2280 / 1440 x 3040 / 1440 x 3200), Huawei P20/P30/P40 (1080 x 2240 / 1080 x 2340 / 1080 x 2640), and more. You need to scroll down the list and find your smartphone model and resolution. Then, you need to tap on it to select it. You should see a confirmation message that says Selected model: [your smartphone model and resolution].


How to enable screen mirroring mode on nngnavi.exe 2012




After you select your smartphone model and resolution on nngnavi.exe 2012, you can enable screen mirroring mode on nngnavi.exe 2012. To do this, you need to tap on the OK button on the confirmation message. You should see a loading screen that says Screen Mirroring Mode. Then, you should see your smartphone screen mirrored on your Windows CE device.


If you don't see your smartphone screen mirrored on your Windows CE device, or if you see a black screen, or if you see an error message, then something went wrong with the screen mirroring mode. You may need to check your connection, restart your devices, or contact the developer for help.


How to control your smartphone from your Windows CE device




Once you enable screen mirroring mode on nngnavi.exe 2012, you can control your smartphone from your Windows CE device. To do this, you need to use the touchscreen of your Windows CE device as if it was the touchscreen of your smartphone. You can tap, swipe, pinch, zoom, type, and more on your Windows CE device, and see the same actions performed on your smartphone.


You can also use the physical buttons of your Windows CE device to control some functions of your smartphone, such as volume, power, home, back, and menu. However, some buttons may not work as expected, depending on your device model and configuration.


How to Customize nngnavi.exe 2012 Settings




How to access the settings menu on nngnavi.exe 2012




If you want to customize some settings of nngnavi.exe 2012, you can access the settings menu on nngnavi.exe 2012. To do this, you need to tap on the Settings option on the main menu of nngnavi.exe 2012. You should see a list of settings categories, such as Screen, Sound, Language, Maps, Apps, Skins, and Update. You can tap on any of these categories to access the settings related to them.


How to adjust the screen brightness, contrast, and orientation on nngnavi.exe 2012




If you want to adjust the screen brightness, contrast, and orientation on nngnavi.exe 2012, you can do so in the Screen settings category. To do this, you need to tap on the Screen option on the settings menu of nngnavi.exe 2012. You should see a screen with three sliders: Brightness, Contrast, and Orientation. You can drag these sliders left or right to increase or decrease the screen brightness, contrast, and orientation respectively. You can also tap on the Auto button to let nngnavi.exe 2012 automatically adjust these settings based on the ambient light.


How to change the language, voice, and sound volume on nngnavi.exe 2012




If you want to change the language, voice, and sound volume on nngnavi.exe 2012, you can do so in the Sound settings category. To do this, you need to tap on the Sound option on the settings menu of nngnavi.exe 2012. You should see a screen with three options: Language, Voice, and Volume. You can tap on any of these options to access the settings related to them.


In the Language option, you can choose the language of the user interface and the voice guidance of nngnavi.exe 2012. You can select from a list of available languages, such as English, Russian, Spanish, French, German, and more. You can also download additional languages from the developer's website or forum.


In the Voice option, you can choose the voice type and accent of the voice guidance of nngnavi.exe 2012. You can select from a list of available voices, such as Male, Female, TTS (Text-to-Speech), and more. You can also download additional voices from the developer's website or forum.


In the Volume option, you can adjust the sound volume of nngnavi.exe 2012. You can drag a slider left or right to increase or decrease the sound volume respectively. You can also tap on the Mute button to turn off the sound completely.


How to add or remove maps, apps, and skins on nngnavi.exe 2012




If you want to add or remove maps, apps, and skins on nngnavi.exe 2012, you can do so in the Maps, Apps, and Skins settings categories respectively. To do this, you need to tap on the corresponding option on the settings menu of nngnavi.exe 2012. You should see a screen with a list of available maps, apps, or skins that you can add or remove.


In the Maps option, you can add or remove maps for different regions and countries that are compatible with iGO Primo. You can select from a list of available maps, such as Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Africa, Australia, and more. You can also download additional maps from the developer's website or forum.


In the Apps option, you can add or remove apps that are compatible with Windows CE and nngnavi.exe 2012. You can select from a list of available apps, such as Google Maps, YouTube, Chrome, WhatsApp, Asphalt, and more. You can also download additional apps from the developer's website or forum.


In the Skins option , you can add or remove skins that change the appearance and functionality of nngnavi.exe 2012. You can select from a list of available skins, such as Classic, Modern, Dark, Light, and more. You can also download additional skins from the developer's website or forum.


How to update nngnavi.exe 2012 to the latest version




If you want to update nngnavi.exe 2012 to the latest version, you can do so in the Update settings category. To do this, you need to tap on the Update option on the settings menu of nngnavi.exe 2012. You should see a screen that shows the current version and date of nngnavi.exe 2012, and a button that says Check for updates. You need to tap on this button to check if there is a newer version of nngnavi.exe 2012 available. If there is, you will see a message that says New version available: [version number and date]. You need to tap on the Download and install button to download and install the new version of nngnavi.exe 2012. If there is not, you will see a message that says No updates available.


Tips and Tricks for Using nngnavi.exe 2012




How to use nngnavi.exe 2012 for GPS navigation with Google Maps or other apps




If you want to use nngnavi.exe 2012 for GPS navigation with Google Maps or other apps, you can do so by switching between screen mirroring mode and navigation mode. Screen mirroring mode displays your smartphone screen as it is, while navigation mode displays your smartphone screen with a transparent overlay of the navigation software.


To switch between screen mirroring mode and navigation mode, you need to tap on the Mode button on the bottom right corner of your Windows CE device. You should see a message that says Screen Mirroring Mode or Navigation Mode, depending on which mode you are in.


In screen mirroring mode, you can launch Google Maps or any other app that supports GPS navigation on your smartphone. You should see the same app displayed on your Windows CE device. You can use the app as usual, and follow the directions and instructions on your Windows CE device.


In navigation mode, you can launch iGO Primo or any other navigation software that is installed on your Windows CE device. You should see the navigation software displayed on top of your smartphone screen. You can use the navigation software as usual, and follow the directions and instructions on your Windows CE device.


How to use nngnavi.exe 2012 for multimedia playback with YouTube or other apps




If you want to use nngnavi.exe 2012 for multimedia playback with YouTube or other apps, you can do so by using screen mirroring mode. Screen mirroring mode displays your smartphone screen as it is, and allows y


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