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  • I don't really think there's software to do this. Besides, what kind of library files are you looking for. Since the software is proprietary, how do you know what is calling what. Could it be a database driven call instead of a call to a library? If you looking to crack TomToms software, I don't think your going to find answers here.

    Answered by Goineasy9
    5 years ago
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  • what you want to do is not impossible, but it is non-trivial. If you have the library in hand (that is to say, on your hard drive) and it is an elf compiled for the same architecture as your machine, then you can use a debugger to try to find entry points into their various functions / objects. you may be better off writing to the vendor to see what licensing options you may have available.

    Answered by gomer
    5 years ago
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