How to Use FastActivate 184.108.40.206 28 to Update Your TomTom Device
FastActivate 220.127.116.11 28 is a tool that can help you update your TomTom device with the latest maps, voices, speedcams and fuel prices. It can also patch your navcore, TomTom Home and Android activation. In this article, we will show you how to use FastActivate 18.104.22.168 28 to update your TomTom device in a few easy steps.
Step 1: Download and Copy FastActivate 22.214.171.124 28
The first step is to download FastActivate 126.96.36.199 28 from a reliable source[^1^]. You can find the latest version of FastActivate in the first post of the thread[^1^]. After downloading the file, you need to copy it to your TomTom device internal or SD-Card root directory (recommended) or desktop or any other place[^1^]. You can use a USB cable or a card reader to connect your TomTom device to your PC.
Step 2: Run FastActivate 188.8.131.52 28
The next step is to run FastActivate 184.108.40.206 28 by double-clicking on the file or right-clicking and choosing \"run as administrator\" if you have trouble running it[^2^]. You will see a menu with different options that you can use to update your TomTom device[^1^]. You can use the arrow keys and enter key to navigate the menu and select the option you want.
Step 3: Update Meta.txt
The first option in the menu is to update meta.txt[^1^]. This is a file that contains the codes for the latest maps and other features that you can activate with FastActivate[^1^]. You need to update this file regularly to get access to the newest updates[^1^]. To update meta.txt, you need to select this option and wait for FastActivate to download the latest meta.txt from the internet[^1^]. You need to allow wget.exe in your firewall if asked[^1^]. If you have a new meta code that is not in the integrated or updated meta.txt, you need to put it in a file named META.TXT and copy it to the device/SD-Card root directory or keep it in the same directory as FastActivate.exe[^1^].
Step 4: Patch Maps, Voices, Speedcams and Fuel Prices
The second option in the menu is to patch maps, voices, speedcams and fuel prices[^1^]. This option will activate all these features in your device if you have them downloaded[^1^]. To patch them, you need to select this option and wait for FastActivate to scan your device and patch all the files that need patching[^1^]. If you get a \".dct ERROR\" message, it usually means that the meta has not been released for that file yet[^1^].
Step 5: Patch Navcore (ttsystem or PNDNavigator)
The third option in the menu is to patch navcore (ttsystem or PNDNavigator)[^1^]. This option will patch your navcore with a modified version that allows you to use patched maps and other features[^1^]. To patch your navcore, you need to select this option and wait for FastActivate to find and patch your navcore file[^1^]. It will tell you when it is done[^1^].
Step 6: Patch TomTom Home
The fourth option in the menu is to patch TomTom Home[^1^]. This option will patch your TomTom Home software on your PC so that it does not detect any changes made by FastActivate on your device[^1^]. To patch TomTom Home, you need to select this option and wait for FastActivate to do its work automatically[^1^]. There is no need to search for any files, just wait and it will tell you when it is done[^1^]. If you use this option, you first need to use TomTom Home \"Operate my Device\" option; this will download your profile files; then close Home and patch it[^1^]. 061ffe29dd