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    Default G2 visions unlock for 421s

    I'm basically looking for a nod of approval here. I've exhausted myself reading all the forums I could before posting. Here's what I need and have done..... Downloaded myself the lake of the woods/rainy lake G2 Visions map from TPB and put the zip file in a folder marked garmin on my sd card and renamed it GMAPSUPP.IMG. I then placed Fast IMG unlocker in same file and got it to do it's magic. I have also used the jetmouse key gen with the 421s unit id and the mapid of 487,1,1,52 and generated a code. I placed the generated code on the first line of notepad and saved file as all types GMAPSUPP.UNL. I then also placed the unl file with the img file in a folder marked Garmin on my sd. Is this all I have to do to use this map on my GPS 421s fish finder? Will having the .unl file in the folder make it not work since I used the unlocker? Sure hope I got it right, It's a long drive to my boat just to see if I got it right or not. Made for a disappointing weekend last time, lol.

    Cheers to everyone for what I've read so far!
    Crossing my fingers I don't loose the bottom end of my boat!

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    If the map has been unlocked fine (check with Gmaptool:[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]) you dont need the .unl, remove it.
    Folder must be Garmin (big "G") and inside gmapsupp.img- One .img per sd.
    Good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamunji View Post
    Downloaded myself the lake of the woods/rainy lake G2 Visions map from TPB and put the zip file in a folder marked garmin on my sd card and renamed it GMAPSUPP.IMG.
    Sounds like you didn't unzip the downloaded file first. The map is inside the zip file.

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    Thanks catymag. I put the file into GMap tool and the list of maps and stuff come up. how do I know if it's been unlocked? I Miss typed the file name garmin with caps, oops. It is and was Garmin. The map itself is a zip file is it not? I cannot unzip it just throws an error about reading script.

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    Map is .img format (gmapsupp.img) not .zip

    Drag and drop the .img in Gmaptool and click Details,

    UOIGy

    in log you can see if it's locked
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    Code:
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    You have to navigate to get to the good.
    Nuvi1250/Nuvi 34xx/Nuvi 2200/Nuvi 66/Oregon 600/Galaxy S5 MM 6.0.1/TomTom GO/iGO Nextgen Avic,Basar,Isr.Gift/Navigon
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