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    I did solve my problem with wrong code lenght - I did a webupdate for that unit (forced update).
    Thanks for assistance!

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    Now, does anybody know the FID code for the FREE Navteq traffic (ads supported) because I want to remove it (FID,0,0,0).

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelozip View Post
    I try to answer some of your questions, but my experience has been higher with GTM25, 26 and 35.......
    What is the difference between GTM 25 and GTM26?

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    I think it's just the GTM25 packaged with nuvi 1490LMT (pre-programmed with lifetime Navteq?).

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    There are differences between the GTM25 and 26, but that does not make hardly any difference in signal reception and use of the Traffic in most countries. From my observations, the GTM26 has greater skill in handling signatures with ecc (extended country code). For example, the Japanese firmware of the Nuvis 13xx/14xx support the GTM25, but are not compatible with the GTM26, perhaps because it does not handle properly the ecc. Another detail that denotes technical differences appear in the Diagnostic / GTM Status: GTM26 have the connection type 4G and GTM25 type 3G, which can be confirmed too in the Inventory of the GPS, but they are technical details that may be better explained by electronic specialists ..

    **The Nuvi 1490T, LT and LMT are also packed with GTM26. Everything indicates that this should probably replace the GTM25.
    Last edited by angelozip; 28th September 2011 at 04:48.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom1807 View Post
    The TrafficProvider.xml is only used in Nuvi 1xxx and 37xx series.
    Other devices cannot use it.
    The ID written above is for the Thailand Map v11
    And once again: Thailand Traffic is free, no subscription needed
    Following the part of TrafficProvider.xml v2.60
    I have done tests for a year now (live out side Bangkok, so can only test when in Bangkok.
    So fare no luck.
    Have anyone been able to get a (US) nuvi to work with Thai TMC yet?

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    The first thing you should check is whether the Thai Traffic receptors are different from Americans, as some Asian countries use cellular signal and others. The Nuvis Americans use FM radio signal (perhaps not in the case of 16xx), in most cases. There is a real possibility of the local traffic system is not compatible with the GTMxx and firmware Americans.
    Last edited by angelozip; 3rd October 2011 at 16:56.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silar View Post
    I have done tests for a year now (live out side Bangkok, so can only test when in Bangkok.
    So fare no luck.
    Have anyone been able to get a (US) nuvi to work with Thai TMC yet?
    Yes, even a free service still need a subscription code to fix the traffic channel.


    Quote Originally Posted by angelozip View Post
    The first thing you should check is whether the Thai Traffic receptors are different from Americans, as some Asian countries use cellular signal and others. The Nuvis Americans use FM radio signal (perhaps not in the case of 16xx), in most cases. There is a real possibility of the local traffic system is not compatible with the GTMxx and firmware Americans.
    Can see from the units selling there, thought it FM traffic receiver as there has a GTM-35 selling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acleite View Post
    Try 3851,36,36,1 (3851,36,36,0 to delete)
    This uses the correct CC, which is 15 for Mexico (as i said before)
    Working or not write here the result, okay?
    good luck
    Hi Alexandre!

    I try the code that you suggest but just some closed roads appear. Here (in Mexico) the Mio GPS brand is the only that offer free traffic alerts service by TTN. There is no way to legally subscribe a Garmin device to the service so is very frustrating. TTN and Navteq transmits alerts but is no way to purchase the service.

    I've managed to find the TMC definitions for that device (attached), do you think you could help me to find a solution to activate the traffic service on my device? I have the US and CA Navteq lifetime factory activated in my nüvi.

    I really hate the Mio devices
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Bito_MX, sorry to intrude, but I checked in the file trafficprovider.xml (13/14xx fw 5.40) that Mexico does not have Garmin's traffic service, because is not listed with the provider's name, Ltn code, SID.. For example, Navteq can have traffic service operating in several places, because she sells this service to many private and state companies, and one of these customers can be a Garmin. Thus, even Navteq offering free traffic Internet service, does not mean that there is a Traffic Garmin system operating in your city or your country. First of all, inform yourself directly with Garmin to see if there is service in Mexico and in which cities. As you said, there is a service of TTN for Mio devices, there is a possibility, somewhat remote, of using the service on the Garmin devices, since the map used by Mio is produced by Navteq and it has the information contained in map produced for Garmin (img vector) and the protocol of the traffic receiver be the same for both. With these conditions you could enter configuration changes in trafficprovider.xml and deduct parameters FID, PID and insert them along with the SID and RgnID in the key generator. In short, it would be a very difficult and almost certainly result null.
    Last edited by angelozip; 4th October 2011 at 22:12.

 

 
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