How to Download and Activate FastActivate TomTom 2013
FastActivate is a tool that allows you to patch your TomTom device with the latest maps, voices, speedcams, fuel prices and other features. It also lets you update your meta.txt file with the latest codes for new maps. In this article, we will show you how to download and activate FastActivate TomTom 2013 in a few simple steps.
Step 1: Download FastActivate
You can download the latest version of FastActivate from one of these links:
Choose a link that works for you and save the FastActivate.exe file to your computer. You may need to disable your antivirus or firewall temporarily if they block the download.
Step 2: Copy FastActivate to your TomTom device
Connect your TomTom device to your computer with a USB cable or use a card reader. Copy the FastActivate.exe file to the root directory of your device or SD card. This is the recommended location, but you can also copy it to your desktop or any other place.
Step 3: Run FastActivate
Disconnect your TomTom device from your computer and turn it on. Navigate to the folder where you copied the FastActivate.exe file and run it. You will see a menu with several options. Use the arrow keys or touchscreen to select what you need.
Step 4: Update meta.txt
The first option in the menu is to update meta.txt. This is a file that contains the codes for new maps that have been released. You need to update this file before you can patch any maps. Select this option and wait for the program to download the latest meta.txt file from the internet. You may need to allow wget.exe in your firewall if asked.
If you have a new meta code that is not in the updated meta.txt file, you can create a file named MYMETA.TXT and copy it to the root directory of your device or SD card or keep it in the same folder as FastActivate.exe. The program will use this file instead of the integrated one.
Step 5: Patch Maps, Voices, Speedcams and Fuel Prices
The second option in the menu is to patch maps, voices, speedcams and fuel prices. This will allow you to use these features on your device without activation. Select this option and wait for the program to scan your device and patch all these files. If you get a \".dct ERROR\" message, it means that the meta code for that map has not been released yet.
Step 6: Patch Navcore
The third option in the menu is to patch navcore. This is the software that runs on your device and controls its functions. You need to patch navcore in order to use patched maps. Select this option and wait for the program to patch your ttsystem or PNDNavigator file.
Step 7: Patch TomTom HOME
The fourth option in the menu is to patch TomTom HOME. This is the software that allows you to connect your device to your computer and manage its content. You need to patch TomTom HOME in order to use patched maps on your device. Select this option and wait for the program to patch your TomTom HOME installation.
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.
Step 8: RunMeForCode
The fifth option in the menu is to run RunMeForCode. This is a feature that allows you to create a meta code from a genuine map that you own. You can use this code to share with others or update your meta.txt file. Select this option and follow the instructions on the screen.
Remember that meta data does not contain any personal information from you or your device. It is safe to share.
Step 9: Update QuickGPSfix
The sixth option in the menu is to update QuickGPSfix. This is a feature that helps your device find its location faster aa16f39245