21-09-2012 06:01 PM
I traied to update my maps and I have cable internet service from Cox. It still took 20 minutes to download, and then when it went to install, it took over 40 minutes to install onto the device. Why does it take so long to do an update???
22-09-2012 01:01 AM - edited 22-09-2012 01:02 AM
Depending on which device and maps you have, it can be even over 3GB to download/copy.
Edit: With a WTE it can be even ways over 8GB.
23-09-2012 03:09 AM
Having been a very faithful TomTom user up to this point (Go 730 with TomTom Home for several years) I can say that I do like my Live 1535. However, you people at TomTom need to seriously redo the update system used now because to say the least IT SUCKS. I have never had so much trouble trying to update a device as I have with this device. Please bring your products back up to the old TomTom standard or you will be loosing even more customers.
And no, it's not settings used here as everything else on my system is working just fine. One moment it says there's updates, starts to update then says there aren't any updates. Your level of service has drastically dropped.
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16-11-2012 10:28 PM
I'm only a recent user of TomTom and am very satified even after finding the thing worked great till I did my first update. The next day I found it would not respond to my finger presses but after reading the instruction given on TomToms website after getting to my destination using a traditional method of navigation, I found out how to reset and I was on my way again.
The only annoying thing is how long it takes to download the most minimal of update, I have a 20Mb connection but it might as well be 56K, one can forget about using TomTom for at least 3 to 4 hours, its a joke, so much so that I've virtually given up except for the times when going out overnight and leaving the thing to its own resorces. Why so slow?