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    Hi, Catymag
    I try explore information regarding "Garmin Japan Road Navigator (RoadNavi) v2.10 - IMG (Eng) " and I found "limititions" of this map :

    List of imitations

    * A route generated with this Software does not contain any road restriction such as one-way road. This Software is recreational purpose only, and not a replacement of the car navigation system.
    * You are responsible for the vehicle. You may be in danger when you simply follow the route and may violate traffic rules. Always drive safely and follow traffic rules. Do not use the automatic routing and navigation feature if you do not understand this limitation.

    * There is no private retailers or accomodations type POIs such as hotels, restaurants, shops. Almost all POIs are place names, public facilities and natural features.
    * There is no label for streets. Only major highways and national roads(number) are labeled. Meaning that there is no street names on the map (unlike the other countries, the most of residential roads do not even have their name in Japan).
    * Polygon (land cover) data are only water features such as lakes and large rivers. This limitation is due to the original data set of GSI's digital map 25000 (Spatial Data Framework).
    * We use the latest data set from GSI' digital map. However, some of data are as old as 5 years due to the published date of the GSI's digital map set. If you can read Japanese, their published date may be found here.
    * Topographic map is generated from the mesh of digital elevation model. It is not a real trace of topographic map. Therefore, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the contour line (it is roughly as accurate as 1:50,000 topographical map).
    *You may not find places by address. Note that including full address search (i.e. geocoding), is technically impossible using the US Garmin units since Japanese banchi address is not based on the street number system like the US or Europe (the most of residential roads do not even have their name). You may search places under "Cities" category. The "Cities" category includes not only cities, but also almost all place names in Japan. For example, if you are looking for "Akasaka 3-chome", please spell "AKASAKA3."

    So that's why if we try search by "address" , than the program automatically "exit" ?
    It's that right ?
    Thank's
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    copy gmapsupp.img and gmapsupp.unl to the garmin directory of sd card.
    generate 25 digit code with geygen ---select map product>custom>enable additional fields>add mapid=504 and pid =22--
    Sorry if this is a stupid question, but could kindly elaborate on where to find the "geygen" app to generate the 25 digit code and where to add mapid=504 and pid =22
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klauzja View Post
    Sorry if this is a stupid question, but could kindly elaborate on where to find the "geygen" app to generate the 25 digit code and where to add mapid=504 and pid =22
    Thank you.
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    Thank you, I've downloaded the KeyGen v1.5 and generated the 25 digit key, followed the instructions to select the Custom and used FID/MapID: 5401 & PID: 22
    The problem I'm still having is that when I add this info & 25 digit key in MapSource under Utilities\Manage Products\Unlock Regions tab all goes OK, but this Map still shows as "Unauthenticated" and is therefore still in "Map Detail Locked" mode.
    I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong.
    Thank you.

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    Try this key for MapSource:
    53DTQ-RNJYC-GPJHV-A7Y4C-68CP4

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    Btw, which version of MapSource are you using?
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    Thx I tried that key first, and was getting that "Unauthenticated" error. I then generated my own key which gave the same results. I know it's got to be something simple and stupid, just can't figure out what.

    I'm running MapSource 6.16.1

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    Try patched version of Mapsource

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    I checked on the Garmin site, and this was the latest version they have. Could you pls let me know where/how i can find the "patch"?

    Quote Originally Posted by klauzja View Post
    I checked on the Garmin site, and this was the latest version they have. Could you pls let me know where/how i can find the "patch"?
    Thanks guys, I've found the Patched MapSource.exe in another thread on this forum, and all is working now.
    You guys Rock!
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    I downloaded the locked IMG from megaupload...how do i unlock it? I used the Jetmouse keygen to create the key, pasted it in notepad and renamed it gmapsupp.unl and put both in my SD card but the device (205W) says it can't be unlocked.

    I tried using Mapsource but it can't open the img file.

    Could someone please upload the unlocked IMG on another file-sharing site like megaupload?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecneret View Post
    I downloaded the locked IMG from megaupload...how do i unlock it? I used the Jetmouse keygen to create the key, pasted it in notepad and renamed it gmapsupp.unl and put both in my SD card but the device (205W) says it can't be unlocked.

    I tried using Mapsource but it can't open the img file.

    Could someone please upload the unlocked IMG on another file-sharing site like megaupload?
    In first post is link to unlocked version, two lines at bottom after text "image unlocked--copy to a garmin directory"
    What is wrong with easy-share?
    In [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] is MapSource version
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