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Is there a way of transferring the favorites to a new phone, ive had a look through the folders but cant find where they are stored, as id like to put a fresh copy on a new (larger) memory card for the diamond


Take a look in the map folder (will have cline.DAT file in it amongst others), and you should find a file called MapSettings.cfg. That seems to hold my Favorites info, amongst other things.

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Take a look in the map folder (will have cline.DAT file in it amongst others), and you should find a file called MapSettings.cfg. That seems to hold my Favorites info, amongst other things.

Heh, I was just about to ask that question and coincidentally browsed the thread.

Curiously I could have sworn when I last reinstalled TomTom that it wiped my favourites. Perhaps it overwrites this file?

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It sounds like you are missing the 7-digit postcode file. You can download it from here - unzip the 'ZIP' folder and put that folder in the root of wherever you installed TomTom (i.e. Device or Internal Storage... in fact it might be found in either regardless)

You will (should) then be able to search with full postcodes.

Mathew


I did seach the TT site to if there was a patch for long postcodes, but could not find it. Having Googled for an answer to the issue of post codes on the TT NAV7, I came upon this site and this thread. I'd like to thank Mathew for posting the answer. As a complete IT numpty, even I found this easy to dowload and install on to my HTC. I'm a very happy bunny me.

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question: can I download Tomtom for free on internet? anyone give me a url :D , thanks

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Yes you can if you look, and no we can't give you a link - would break the rules of the site.

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Should I pay for that? I already had ZorroGPS on my Diamond. And it's OK. I loaded the Aug. 24 version last weekend and this GPS is always improving. :D

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Here it is...

It will work with v6 and v7 maps (not sure about v8?), of course because you are changing device you will need new codes for your maps from TomTom (or buy new maps). You can get 1 free city map directly from the application.

This is a repack of a XDA-Developers posted CAB to add English voices and to tidy some stuff up. I put AppToDate support in for the hell of it, ready for when new builds come out.

Also, keep an eye out for a TLR Diamond ROM soon! :)



Dear 'TheLoanRanger',

The link you have submitted about the CAB file is not working anymore.

Can you or someone PLEASE submit the CAB file link for everybody.

Many Thanks.

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Here it is...

It will work with v6 and v7 maps (not sure about v8?), of course because you are changing device you will need new codes for your maps from TomTom (or buy new maps). You can get 1 free city map directly from the application.

This is a repack of a XDA-Developers posted CAB to add English voices and to tidy some stuff up. I put AppToDate support in for the hell of it, ready for when new builds come out.

Also, keep an eye out for a TLR Diamond ROM soon! :)



Dear 'TheLoanRanger',

The link you have submitted about the CAB file is not working anymore.

Can you or someone PLEASE submit the CAB file link for everybody.

Many Thanks.

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Dear 'TheLoanRanger',

The link you have submitted about the CAB file is not working anymore.

Can you or someone PLEASE submit the CAB file link for everybody.

Many Thanks.

Google it - is available from several sites.

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Well gents. Appologies for not being in exactly the right place on the forum but I've installed the ttn7.915.9196.vga_black.cab file onto my Omnia 2 with no difficulties (copied cab file to storage card and installed from there). However, when i run TomTom, it is not detecting my (legitimately owned!!!) TTN6 maps which are installed into the correct folder \Storage Card\UK and IE plus major roads of WE.

TomTom Home is being useless and telling me it can't find the installation file when i try to reinstall it using Home. Yet the cab file it's looking for is in exactly the correct place!! I've also tried copying across the UK map cab file and opening that on the phone only to be told it's been unsuccesfull.

I can't even re-download my UK map from the TomTom website because that's talking about a Home Button being broken!!

Can anyone help?

Many thanks in advance.

Mike

Edited by mike-oh, 13 October 2009 - 09:43 PM.

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