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Can you put poi icons on TOMTOM like you can Garmin ?
I installed some poi's on my old TomTom, but icons dont show up.
We just picked up a new 2020 Outback, and I wanted to know if it is possible to put POI/speed camera files into the in-dash TomTom nav unit? A lot of what I'm seeing seems to indicate that this can't be done, that the dealer has total control over updates and such. Does anyone here know if this is truly the case?
I have a Go Premium X and wonder how often they update the US mapping on the unit? This has world mapping. The Europe one has been updated recently; is the frequency the same for other maps. Thanks.
Tonight I went over to Walmart to get some grocery items. I was surprised to see a "TomTom Car" parked in the lot. Yep, all fitted out with the tripod on top with the scanning camera, dual GPS antennas and TomTom emblazoned on the sides. Did not know that they were taking pictures of highways. I guess they need pictures for the signage info for lane advisements, etc.
I have a 2019 Subaru Outback. It looks to be using a Clarion radio with TomTom navigation inside.
I'm coming from a long Garmin background and I find the TomTom navigation really lacking.
What I'm trying to figure out is if it really is lacking or it's just that I'm new to TomTom and really familiar with Garmin and that I just need to spend more time with it.
I am beginning to suspect that the base map in our 2019 Subaru Forester is obsolete. The base map is labeled "North America 2017.03". An update was released on April 4, 2019, but it does not seem to have made the base map current.
We recently took an extended road trip. Too many roads were "missing". We also took along our Garmin Nuvi 650 and it did better.
[I posted the below earlier on another thread as a comment, but decided on second thought that I probably should have asked as a separate post. Apologies if anyone is reading this twice.]
I just bought a new TomTom Start 52. I can't figure out how to enable an audio warning when I get near red light cameras or to display them on the map while driving.
This is a replacement for a TomTom VIA 1605, which was my 3rd TomTom unit. I've used TomTom's on many trips and relay like them. The GO 620 has features I really like, WiFi connectivity, voice recognition and the interface to use my phone hands-free. I like the display and it seems to respond quicker then the 1605, giving a more accurate real time representation of travel.
Do the newer TomTom models still allow POI's to be uploaded to them from a PC?
Does anybody use a TomTom on this site?
I just picked one up and find its one of the best option out there. I love the option where it syncs to my pc or phone automatically. Has anyone used the the thrill route option on it?
Does the *bmp icon file need to have the same name format as the *ov2 file. i.e will the shell.bmp pop up on the screen for a POI in the shellcanada.ov2 file or does the file look for a `shellcanada.bmp` etc etc
The Dollar Tree csv file seems to be incomplete.
It does not have city, state, zip, phone number.
Would be great if someone can share some information about the availability of same.
Can I update my wifes tom tom in POI Factory
Greetings, Being new to the nav world and new to Tom Tom I want to pass on that there is an issue in updating their new version 15.600 software. It effects the sound level of the nav unit and will not allow you to adjust the sound level. The sound is lower that the road noise and makes it very hard to hear directions.
USA map v965.7292 release date 1/2016 is out.
I've read a lot of posts, not necessarily here, but around the web, that TomTom Support is not that good. Well, after reading this, you decide.
Recently after uploading several large POI files to my TomTom Pro 7150, it started to freeze up every time I tried to "edit" the POI file (like putting an audible warning on the POI for example). I guessed, and guessed correctly, that the huge POI files (containing over 8000 entries) were just too much for the unit to handle, memory-wise.
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