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    follow istructions , just create .unl with JM for FID 800, but it's explained in post one
    copy in Map folder along the .img (same name .img + same name.unl)
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    Thanks Catymag for your reply
    I am still trying
    do I use pid 1 or pid 2
    my maps are europe maps are 2011 do they work with cityxplorer 2012
    Thanks

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    Just FID 800 if they are the ones for 37xx series-
    CX europe are 2 : one (the one with just MMR) works added to CNE 2012.10 only
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    to unlock add an *.unl made with Jetmouse kg. for FID 2419 PID 2 to ehance ped.features and public transports * (37xx series excluded)
    the other one
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    can work without CNE or with a CNE previous version or NTU version and in 37xx series
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    yes it is for 3760

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    so use the second one and FID 800 to make the .unl file with JM
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    Thanks for all the help
    I noticed that my garmin 3760 has a serial number of 9 digits
    1W4013037
    but you mention that it is 10 digits
    am i missing something

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    attach USB your 3760 to your pc ,look in Garmin folder, open GarminDevice.xlm, you'll find some lines like
    <Description>nüvi 3760</Description></Model><Id>3654477275</Id>
    where 3654477275 is the unit id you must use in KG (10 digits)
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    Hi Catymag
    Great it works cityxplorer
    really thanks
    i just have question my vendor did hide the map folder on my gps main memory I can not see it
    I can see Garmin folder which contains GarminDevice.xlm and other folders like poi etc
    but i can not see the map folder which contains the original europe maps
    how can i see it
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    look here
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    if you do not have it, maybe create it

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    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and others

    this index helps
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