Looking for 855 POIs....

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    I updated my GO730 with the 855 NA 2GB map. I installed my map folder on an 8GB SD card so I have plenty of room for other things.

    Is there a kind soul out there willing to share the full 855 POI database with me. I would need the 'poi.dat' file as well as the 'crpoi.dat' and the contents of the 'brands' folder.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    Ditto, as always. Good move to ask for "Brands". As noted recently in another thread, I think there may be an ID number mismatch between the two sets at points.
     
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    Bump.....Bump

    Any Go 9XX owners who have updated to the new 855 NA maps have the full POI database. If anyone would consider sharing the three items stated above it would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    Thanks dhn for pointing me to the correct post. I should have remembered this post. Thanks again.
     
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