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    thanx much will be vwry useful as i drive truck

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    Following up on acleite 26/08/2011 4:22 am codes...post #259
    The first two codes did not work and end up hiding the TTN supplier from the FM table, and now the table changed as follows:
    947, 3, 15, 0, 11
    931, 3, 15, 0, 128
    881, 11, 15, 0, 7
    993, 11, 15, 0, 11
    1065, 11, 15, 0, 11
    953, 11, 15, 0, 11
    937, 11, 15, 0, 125
    I am currently trying on a Nuvi 660.
    After I deleted the first two codes I tried the 3851,36,36,1 The code seems to work but the traffic report seems verry limited in Mexico City to the outskirts and after two days it basically reports the same traffic areas (construction zones), the Garmin traffic page ([Only registered and activated users can see links. ]) shows much more information. Some reports in the Nuvi were as far as Guadalajara and Hermosillo (very far from Mexico City).

    I also checked an FM table in a Nuvi 275T and it is:

    105.9, 15, 7, 6, 6
    88.1, 15, 7, 0, 11
    105.30, 15, 6, 0, 11
    93.70, 15, 7, 0, 11
    91.90, 15, 7, 6, 6
    100.30, 15, 7, 6, 6
    95.10, 15, 7, 6, 6
    95.70, 15, 6, 0, 11
    91.10, 15, 7, 6, 6
    106.5, 15, 11, 0, 11
    94.90, 15, 7, 6, 6

    How do I generate the FID, PID, Rgn ID, VenID from this information to try to see which FM table is more reliable?
    Last edited by oski; 10th September 2011 at 05:08.

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    I'm six pages deep into this post and have tried entering both codes for USA and Canada, but the end result is still expired. I hope there is a working solution in the later (28) pages.

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    3 codes are necessary, so take a deep breath and work through all 28 pages

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    Same results here.

    Nuvi 785, GMT20

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    Wow, thanks for the quick reply, tom1807. I am a few more pages away. I'll keep checking. I tried the 1527 code btw with the Jetmouse 1.5 keygen with the 4 digit FID limit a few times and got the invalid code response on my NUVI 785t

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    after read through and realized the provider which is <pay>false</pay> we still need a key to setup the traffic parameters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wonderful View Post
    Here is a quote from the TrafficProvider.xml from an Israeli Garmin Nuvi 1310 or 1410:
    </country>
    <country name="Israel" cc="4" ecc="224" fmTuningGrid="World">
    <boundary desc="Israel">
    <scposn lat="380283517" lon="413629189"/>
    <scposn lat="390926472" lon="416916639"/>
    <scposn lat="394822087" lon="418769214"/>
    <scposn lat="394520530" lon="422643302"/>
    <scposn lat="396636979" lon="425006512"/>
    <scposn lat="392938109" lon="425127162"/>
    <scposn lat="389950486" lon="425307795"/>
    <scposn lat="389479901" lon="424389745"/>
    <scposn lat="386477806" lon="424158640"/>
    <scposn lat="387399498" lon="418542159"/>
    <scposn lat="379753267" lon="417155345"/>
    <scposn lat="378792254" lon="420068283"/>
    <scposn lat="374384594" lon="416252177"/>
    <scposn lat="375777689" lon="423271355"/>
    <scposn lat="365334027" lon="420187613"/>
    <scposn lat="352494569" lon="417327422"/>
    <scposn lat="352562653" lon="417119618"/>
    <scposn lat="351790102" lon="416418565"/>
    <scposn lat="358979857" lon="414265617"/>
    <scposn lat="372427844" lon="408828131"/>
    <scposn lat="374553622" lon="410275384"/>
    <scposn lat="376956108" lon="411488255"/>
    <scposn lat="378003501" lon="412243922"/>
    <scposn lat="380283517" lon="413629189"/>
    </boundary>
    <provider>
    <providerName>Swift-i powered by Decell (IL)</providerName>
    <pay>true</pay>
    <tuning ltn="36" sid="12" />
    </provider>
    what does this tell us?
    Does anyone have some information on this?

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    Israel .. please try 1036/36/36/1 at least will get TMC icon on the screen.
    Last edited by bpb; 7th September 2011 at 14:10.

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    Following up on my own post #276, I see now that there are two traffic suppliers in Mexico City:
    TTN and Navteq.
    The Garmin traffic page reports Navteq data which is also available in the Navteq page. That Navteq data seems to be more up to date than the TC data I get on my Nuvi 660.
    I will post the FM table as is being shown in my Nuvi 660 later. Anyone can help me with the FID, PID, RgnID, VenID for Navteq?

 

 
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