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    Quote Originally Posted by Kanopus View Post
    If you'd like to follow observed Garmin terminology, it would be:

    Product id = 65536*FamilyID + ProductID
    so.... this mean "MapID" is not "Map ID" ?

    like we all know many years....

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    Like all recent Garmin's creations, not the same as we used to know
    Thanks, Kanopus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kanopus View Post
    Like all recent Garmin's creations, not the same as we used to know

    i thinks all users not know it is not same and not mean same....
    another one is only nickname to other thing....

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    There is a relation between FID and MapID?
    Think, for instance, of CN Russia NT (Navicom):

    2013.10 - FID/PID: 2618/1 > mapID: 17643383 (10D3777)
    2013.20 - FID/PID: 2688/1 > mapID: 17652435 (10D5AD3)
    2013.30 - FID/PID: 2753/1 > mapID: 17815387 (10FD75B)
    2013.40 - FID/PID: 2794/1 > mapID: 17823074 (10FF562)

    Can anybody find a rule (formula) for this?

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    For MPC maps formula is
    in hex: MID = 800h * FID + 606000h
    MID = 2048 * FID+6316032.

    You can check it for example with BG routing .img
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    2048 x 1204 + 6316032=8781824

    This doesnt work for CN maps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    For MPC maps formula is
    . . .
    This doesnt work for CN maps.
    It's an open fact with MPC. What's the formula for CN?

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    It seems that for CN maps the mapID depends on the version number (or Product number) too, for example:

    City Navigator Taiwan NT
    2012.10 (v12.10, Pr: D287507AG030) - FID/PID: 2611/1 > mapID: 5321545 (513349)
    2012.11 (v12.11, Pr: D287507BG030) - FID/PID: 2611/1 > mapID: 5323598 (513B4E)

 

 
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