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    Quote Originally Posted by bearcat View Post
    Does anyone know if there is a way to get the traffic update in Singapore with the GTM 25 and Nuvi 255 in Singapore? It seems to only work with the 1xxx series that are local units.
    I second that! I have an even older nuvi 370 with the GTM12!
    With the GTM12 in, it complains about no valid signal.
    I can add a subscription but need to know what are the values required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom1807 View Post
    In China TMC is free. Below the info from Garmin
    <country name="China" cc="12" fmTuningGrid="World">
    <boundary desc="china">
    <posn lat="45" lon="75" />
    <posn lat="45" lon="80" />
    <posn lat="50" lon="85" />
    <posn lat="50" lon="90" />
    <posn lat="45" lon="95" />
    <posn lat="45" lon="110" />
    <posn lat="55" lon="120" />
    <posn lat="55" lon="125" />
    <posn lat="50" lon="130" />
    <posn lat="50" lon="135" />
    <posn lat="45" lon="135" />
    <posn lat="40" lon="130" />
    <posn lat="40" lon="125" />
    <posn lat="30" lon="125" />
    <posn lat="15" lon="110" />
    <posn lat="20" lon="105" />
    <posn lat="20" lon="100" />
    <posn lat="25" lon="95" />
    <posn lat="25" lon="85" />
    <posn lat="40" lon="70" />
    <posn lat="45" lon="75" />
    </boundary>
    <provider>
    <providerName>China Beijing</providerName>
    <pay>false</pay>
    <tuning ltn="2" sid="27" />
    </provider>
    <provider>
    <providerName>China Shanghai</providerName>
    <pay>false</pay>
    <tuning ltn="1" sid="27" />
    </provider>
    <provider>
    <providerName>China Guangzhou</providerName>
    <pay>false</pay>
    <tuning ltn="6" sid="27" />
    </provider>
    <provider>
    <providerName>China Shenzhen</providerName>
    <pay>false</pay>
    <tuning ltn="28" sid="27" />
    </provider>
    </country>
    tom, where did you find the above info?
    I hopeto look through a 1460/1350 or even 1250 if they are from a working GPS...
    Last edited by cruxader; 25th September 2010 at 19:43. Reason: Typo

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    From Garmin, called TrafficProvider.xml
    Singapore is free traffic, no subscription values available

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    Quote Originally Posted by 72THX View Post
    I verrified and the TMC subscription for 3760T is for LIFETIME
    Does the 3760T TMC work in Singapore, since it is US unit? Also I can't seems to get the JV or LA to work in Singapore. I guess the 3790T suffers the same fate as well.

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    I tried keygen to add TTN (both us and canada) to my recently bought 265wt with GTM25. It works even though I haven't seen the action on the road. Right now I can receive traffic info around where I live.

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    I have a Nuvi 660 and the keys for Canada and US are accepted into the Garmin, but it still says expired. I live in a decent area where I get traffic updates all the time anyone else having this problem and any solution?

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    Has anyone been able to verify using the USA and Canada keys on the Nuvi 760 works?

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    I'm looking a the keys in TrafficProvider.xml on my Western Europe 1340T using InfoUC v2.30. It gives the correct Family ID etc but the Unit ID looks wrong & doesn't agree with the GTM25's Unit ID. Is this correct?

    TrafficProvider.xml also seems to have valid Australia and US keys but the 1340 doesn't list them. Do they only appear on the unit when a signal is received? Strange as I get France/Belgium etc even though I'm in the UK so I thought I'd get Australia/US listed as well ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom1807 View Post
    From Garmin, called TrafficProvider.xml
    Singapore is free traffic, no subscription values available
    I found TrafficProvider.xml in my loaner 1250.
    Unfortunately, I cannot find TrafficProvider.xml in my nuvi 370.
    The only xml file I can see is Device.xml

    Anyway to get the values into a nuvi 370 or am I SOL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruxader View Post
    I found TrafficProvider.xml in my loaner 1250.
    Unfortunately, I cannot find TrafficProvider.xml in my nuvi 370.
    The only xml file I can see is Device.xml

    Anyway to get the values into a nuvi 370 or am I SOL?
    I think you just go into Traffic Subscriptions on your unit and add the subscription with the key generated from the KeyGen based upon your unit id, FID, Pid, RgnID & VenID for the relevant traffic provider.

 

 
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