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    Post Find Garmin mapID

    Find Garmin mapID

    Easy and fast get ID from Mapsource or img files

    Garmin Map ID Finder
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    1228184594149xje9
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    Garmin Map Parser
    GarminMapParser

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    garmin key parser
    You must run it in cmd-line mode. (Start Menu->Accessories->Command Prompt).
    it is simply a program to check gmapsupp.unl keys to make sure they are valid
    You can put unlock code as an input and get FID, PID and gps ID

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    Info Garmin Unlock Key
    another similar program with GUI
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    what is the use of Garmin Map Parser?

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    i use the map id finser m cant find code... show "code not found, sorry "
    and Garmin_Map_Parser, cant make it run...

    but thanks alot

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    Map Parser gives the map elements and ID ..
    THANX

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    Thanks for sharing the Map ID finder worked perfectly, but could not get Map Parser to work...

    When you double click something quickly happens on the screen and disappears... any idea how to make this work?

    Thanks.

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    Yes, Map Parser not working. Installed and nothing happen

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    @wlksimon
    garmin key parser
    You must run it in cmd-line mode. (Start Menu->Accessories->Command Prompt).
    (it is simply a program to check gmapsupp.unl keys to make sure they are valid )
    Then you must navigate to the folder the parser is located in, then type:
    garminkey_parser <generated key>
    garminkey_parser if the name is still garminkey_parser.exe and the <generated key> should be whatever key you got from the keygen (without the <>).
    You can put unlock code as an input and get FID, PID and gps ID
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    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
    Please don't flood my pm box with questions you can post on forum!! You won't hear back from me.

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    Default PID with 4 numbers

    I donīt can input a PID with 4 numbers.
    Can you help me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by codo View Post
    I donīt can input a PID with 4 numbers.
    Can you help me?
    What are you trying to unlock?
    What do you have that requies a 4 digit PID ???
    It is the FID that is usually 4 digits for maps

    In the standard JetMouse Keygen V1.5
    FID: max 4 digits (maps are mostly usually 4 digits)
    PID: max 2 digits (usually 1 digit)
    RgnID: max 3 digits (usually 1 digit)
    VenID: max 3 digits (usually 1 digit)

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    @wlksimon
    garmin key parser
    You must run it in cmd-line mode. (Start Menu->Accessories->Command Prompt).
    (it is simply a program to check gmapsupp.unl keys to make sure they are valid )
    Then you must navigate to the folder the parser is located in, then type:
    garminkey_parser <generated key>
    garminkey_parser if the name is still garminkey_parser.exe and the <generated key> should be whatever key you got from the keygen (without the <>).
    You can put unlock code as an input and get FID, PID and gps ID
    Have you tried the other Key Parser? It's a little stand alone program with the graphical interface? It's called InfoUC_V1.05.exe and it pretty intuitive. Simply paste in the 25 char key and click on the check button to the right.
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