06-08-2011 03:03 PM
Hope somebody can help but I need to down load the network rail access points on the tom tom I have just purchased but after a 30 minute conversation on the help line was told that my tom tom was too new????
Has anybody else had this problem or could help please....
21-08-2011 04:43 AM
I have no solutions, but what are railway access points?
21-08-2011 08:53 PM
hi if its the crossings your after go to pocket gps world http://www.pocketgpsworld.com/ under free downloads click on the "download free pois " tab then check the united kingdom box then click refresh poi list next make sure the "select sat nav " box under this is set to tomtom ov2 next expand the transport box then click on level crossings .if you then save to your desktop you can use " add comunity content " to upload to unit heres a link to adding the pois to your unit
you may have to register at pgpsw but its free
02-12-2011 01:42 PM
I have had the same problem, been calling help line and havent had much luck.
But i have just looked through my old GO520 and managed to export the access points in the correct .OV2 file.
If you have TomTom Home, click on manage - tick the box with the correct POI and select copy to computer.
I run windows 7, in my documents under TomTom - Home - From device - scroll down to the access points and open the .zip file. in there you will find the .OV2 file you need, copy to desktop and then you can import from my tomtom onto your device.
It worked for me, hope it does for you too.
31-12-2011 09:08 PM
21-01-2012 07:52 PM
Are you after the access points poi or have you already got them and just having trouble getting them on.
I have the access points and could email them to you
P.S.. Has anybody got the Network rail signals poi as i would like to get hold of them
23-01-2012 01:29 PM - last edited on 23-01-2012 08:16 PM by Mike
Thanks very much for your reply, If you could email over that would be a great help my email is *********@*******
What do you do on the railway?
25-03-2012 08:21 PM
Hi, Can someone email the POI for NWR Access points please???
I have 13 sites to find in the next couple of weeks all around Kent and would like a little help.........
11-04-2012 08:21 PM
Sick to death with this new iProc Computacentre TOMTOM Start20.
I'm going to extract the POI's for Access, Signal Boxes and GSM locations from an old XL2.
I'll save them to my laptop and if any Pway (or signalling, or OHL) peeps require them; send me an internal mail.
Look on Connect for Section Planner (RME) at Motherwell. If you are front-line peeps, ask your Line Manager or Section Admin.
I'll only deal with Network Rail people, or industry folks BBrail etc. due to the current cable climate.
Intro aside, I'm going to extract the *.ov2 file and try to up it onto this dreadful Start20 via the "mytomtom" community content later.