How to Update Your Mazda Navigation System NB1 with the Latest Maps and Speed Cameras
If you have a Mazda with a built-in navigation system NB1, you might want to update it with the latest maps and speed camera locations to avoid unwanted surprises on the road. Updating your map can also improve your navigation accuracy and routing. In this article, we will show you how to update your Mazda navigation system NB1 with the latest maps and speed cameras using TomTom Home.
What You Need
A Mazda with a built-in navigation system NB1 (also known as TomTom fuji)
An SD card (8-32 GB) that came with your car or a compatible one
A computer with TomTom Home installed (you can download it from here)
An internet connection
A USB cable or a card reader
A Mazda Navigation System NB1 Crack archive (you can download it from here)
Step 1: Initialize Your SD Card
Before you can update your map and speed cameras, you need to initialize your SD card in your car. To do this, follow these steps:
Insert your SD card into the car slot and close the cover.
Start the car on Accessories mode (or even the engine) and wait for at least 10 seconds.
Press the NAVI button and wait until the card initializes and the image disappears.
Press the NAVI button again and you will receive a message that you do not have any map available.
Stop the car and take out the SD card.
Step 2: Update Your Navcore and Map Using TomTom Home
Next, you need to update your navcore (the software that runs your navigation system) and map using TomTom Home on your computer. To do this, follow these steps:
Connect your SD card to your computer using a USB cable or a card reader.
Launch TomTom Home and wait for it to recognize your SD card as NB1.
Update navcore, the map it lets you upload, quickgps and whatever else you want.
Turn off TomTom Home and disconnect your SD card from your computer.
Step 3: Extract Files from the Mazda Navigation System NB1 Crack Archive
Now, you need to extract some files from the Mazda Navigation System NB1 Crack archive that you downloaded earlier. These files will help you activate the latest map and speed cameras on your navigation system. To do this, follow these steps:
Extract the explore2fs utility from the archive and run it as administrator (right-click on it and select Run as administrator).
Go to File, select all files, upload from SD from the folder loopdir the loopback.fs3 file.
From this file, extract the ttgo.bif file to the root of your SD card.
Extract the TTActivator program from the archive and run it as administrator (make sure you disable your antivirus program first).
Go to the MapDownloader option and select nav3-fuji.
Select a temporary folder on your PC and a destination folder on your SD card (preferably in the Europe folder).
Optionally, you can also download traffic, safety cam, postal codes and other files.
Go to the Tools tab and update to META.
Go to the Installed Content tab and activate everything you find inactive.
Extract the patch from the simba file and overwrite the ones on your SD card.
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