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How to Use FastActivate for TomTom Android App


How to Activate Your TomTom Device with FastActivate




If you have a TomTom device, you might be wondering how to activate it and update it with the latest maps and features. You might also be looking for a way to avoid errors and problems that can occur when using your device. In this article, we will show you how to use a tool called FastActivate, which can help you patch your device and maps, update your meta.txt file and QuickGPSfix data, and create meta codes from genuine maps. We will also give you some tips and tricks for using FastActivate effectively.




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What is FastActivate?




FastActivate is a tool that can help you activate your TomTom device and maps. It can also help you update your meta.txt file, which contains the information needed to patch your maps, and your QuickGPSfix data, which helps your device find your location faster. Moreover, it can help you create meta codes from genuine maps, which are useful if you want to share them with others or use them for other purposes.


A tool that can patch your TomTom device and maps




One of the main functions of FastActivate is to patch your TomTom device and maps. This means that it can modify the files on your device or SD card so that they can work with any map version or navcore version. This way, you can use any map that you want on your device without having to buy it or wait for it to be released. Patching your device and maps can also help you avoid errors and problems that can occur when using incompatible files.


A tool that can update your meta.txt file and QuickGPSfix data




Another function of FastActivate is to update your meta.txt file and QuickGPSfix data. The meta.txt file contains the information needed to patch your maps, such as the name, version, size, checksum, and blowfish code of each map. The QuickGPSfix data contains the information needed to find your location faster, such as the position and status of each satellite. Updating these files regularly can help you patch your maps more easily and start navigating more quickly.


A tool that can create meta codes from genuine maps




A third function of FastActivate is to create meta codes from genuine maps. A meta code is a string of characters that represents the information needed to patch a map, such as the name, version, size, checksum, and blowfish code. A genuine map is a map that you have bought or downloaded legally from TomTom or other sources. Creating meta codes from genuine maps can help you share them with others who need them or use them for other purposes.


Why Use FastActivate?




There are many reasons why you might want to use FastActivate for your TomTom device. Here are some of them:


To save time and money




Using FastActivate can help you save time and money by allowing you to use any map that you want on your device without having to buy it or wait for it to be released. You can also use any navcore version that you want on your device without having to worry about compatibility issues. This way, you can enjoy the latest features and updates on your device without spending extra money or time.


To enjoy the latest features and updates




Using FastActivate can also help you enjoy the latest features and updates on your device by allowing you to update your meta.txt file and QuickGPSfix data regularly. This way, you can patch your maps more easily and start navigating more quickly. You can also create meta codes from genuine maps that have new features or updates that are not yet available in other sources.


To avoid errors and problems




Using FastActivate can also help you avoid errors and problems that can occur when using your device by allowing you to patch your device and maps properly. This way, you can prevent errors such as ".dct ERROR" or "No Maps Found" that can happen when using incompatible files. You can also prevent problems such as slow performance or freezing that can happen when using corrupted files.


How to Use FastActivate?




Using FastActivate is easy and fast. Here are the steps that you need to follow:


Download and copy FastActivate.exe to your device or PC




The first step is to download FastActivate.exe from a reliable source (such as this one) and copy it to your TomTom device internal or SD card root directory (recommended) or desktop or any other place. You need to plug your TomTom device with the USB cable to your PC or use a card reader for this step.


Run FastActivate.exe and choose the menu options




The second step is to run FastActivate.exe by double-clicking on it or right-clicking on it and choosing "Run as administrator". You will see a menu with several options that correspond to different functions of FastActivate. You need to choose the options that you need according to what you want to do with your device.


Patch Maps, Voices, Speedcams and Fuel Prices




If you want to patch your maps, voices, speedcams, and fuel prices on your device, you need to choose this option. This will scan all the files on your device or SD card and patch them automatically if they have a corresponding meta code in the meta.txt file. If they don't have a meta code, they will not be patched.


Patch Navcore (ttsystem or PNDNavigator)




If you want to patch your navcore (the software that runs on your device) on your device, you need to choose this option. This will scan the ttsystem file (for older devices) or PNDNavigator file (for newer devices) on your device or SD card and patch it automatically if it needs patching.


Patch TomTom HOME




If you want to patch TomTom HOME (the software that connects your device with your PC) on your PC, you need to choose this option. This will scan the TomTomHOME.dll file on your PC (usually located in C:\Program Files\TomTom HOME 2\xul\runner\) and patch it automatically if it needs patching.


RunMeForCode (Create a meta/blowfish code from genuine map)




If you want to create a meta code from a genuine map on your device or SD card, you need to choose this option. This will scan all the map files on your device or SD card and create a meta code for each one if they are genuine maps. The meta codes will be saved in a file called META.TXT in the same directory as FastActivate.exe.


Update QuickGPSfix (Fix your GPS position)




If you want to update QuickGPSfix data on your device or SD card, you need to choose this option. This will download the latest QuickGPSfix data from TomTom servers and copy it to your device or SD card. This way, you can fix your GPS position faster and more accurately.


My Device Info




If you want to see some information about your device, such as the serial number, device ID, navcore version, map version, and meta code, you need to choose this option. This will display the information on the screen and save it in a file called DeviceInfo.txt in the same directory as FastActivate.exe. This information can be useful if you need to ask for help on forums or other sources.


Android Activation




If you want to activate your TomTom app on an Android device with a patched .apk file, you need to choose this option. This will scan the .apk file on your Android device and activate it automatically if it needs activation.


Update FastActivate




If you want to update FastActivate.exe to the latest version, you need to choose this option. This will download the latest FastActivate.exe from the servers and replace the old one. This way, you can enjoy the latest features and improvements of FastActivate.


Follow the instructions and wait for the process to finish




The third step is to follow the instructions that appear on the screen and wait for the process to finish. Depending on what options you have chosen, FastActivate may ask you to confirm some actions, enter some information, or restart your device. You may also see some messages that indicate the progress and status of the process. Do not disconnect your device or close FastActivate until the process is complete.


Tips and Tricks for Using FastActivate




To use FastActivate more effectively and avoid some common issues, here are some tips and tricks that you should keep in mind:


Check the latest meta.txt file and meta codes




Before you patch your maps, make sure that you have the latest meta.txt file and meta codes for your maps. You can update your meta.txt file by choosing the "Update meta.txt" option in FastActivate. You can also check if there are new meta codes for your maps by visiting some reliable sources (such as this one). If there are new meta codes that are not in your meta.txt file, you can copy them to a file called MYMETA.TXT and place it in the same directory as FastActivate.exe.


Run as administrator and allow wget.exe in your firewall




If you have trouble running FastActivate.exe or updating your meta.txt file or QuickGPSfix data, make sure that you run FastActivate.exe as administrator and allow wget.exe in your firewall. To run FastActivate.exe as administrator, right-click on it and choose "Run as administrator". To allow wget.exe in your firewall, follow the instructions that appear on your screen when FastActivate tries to access the internet.


Restart your device after installing navcore and map




If you are doing a fresh install of navcore and map on your device's internal memory or SD card, make sure that you restart your device once after installing navcore before you patch the map. This is because your device needs to generate a file called ttgo.bif that contains some information needed for patching. If you don't restart your device, FastActivate may not be able to find this file and patch the map.


Conclusion




In conclusion, FastActivate is a tool that can help you activate your TomTom device and maps easily and quickly. It can also help you update your meta.txt file and QuickGPSfix data, create meta codes from genuine maps, patch TomTom HOME and Android app, and see some information about your device. By following the steps and tips in this article, you can use FastActivate effectively and enjoy your TomTom device with the latest features and updates.


FAQs





  • What is a meta code?A meta code is a string of characters that represents the information needed to patch a map, such as the name, version, size, checksum, and blowfish code.



  • What is a genuine map?A genuine map is a map that you have bought or downloaded legally from TomTom or other sources.



  • What is a navcore?A navcore is the software that runs on your TomTom device.



  • What is QuickGPSfix?QuickGPSfix is a feature that helps your TomTom device find your location faster by using information about where the GPS satellites will be for the next 7 days.



  • Where can I download FastActivate?You can download FastActivate from a reliable source (such as this one) .




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