VikramK wrote: »
I am sorry for responding so late.
I have been gathering the different scenarios and reporting them to our team. We also want to get it resolved asap.@jandf, Are you also using a Windows 10 OS(64bit)? I just wanted to re-confirm the present version of TomTom is 220.127.116.119?@SideWinder which is the current version of TomTom HOME installed on your computer?
VSD wrote: »
I followed your recommendation with success.
After change it is not possible to store the file application.ini, because it is protected. You have to create full access for this file with properties - security..., then you can store it.
YamFazMan wrote: »
If your device requires later version of Tomtom Home than version 2_9_91_411 but NOT the latest version....
Install the later version but don't run it then follow the instructions from bulletpoint (4) Above
YamFazMan wrote: »
+1... Good Workaround... Works a treat
Smurf_Tom_2005 wrote: »
With your GO520, you will still have the problem of getting a sat fix.
connect your Navi to the PC, open the directory of your Navi and then search the file "ttgo.bif"
You open this with a text editor, for example: Notepad
and if you still in the GPS firmware version: GSW3.2.4TT_3.1.00.12-C35B1.02
then you need the unofficial GPS upgrade Sirf3 GWS3.2.5 or GWS3.6.0
So I've flashed several sat navs successfully. It can be found in a German forum.
renewed Sat fix after the standby within a few seconds. QuickGPSfix every 7 days, is no longer necessary.
This is a very good upgrade, which Tomtom unfortunately was not able to do (or wanted), but the Germans did it again.
for TT GO 510, GO 520, GO 630, GO 710, GO 720, GO 730, GO 715, GO 910, GO 920, GO 930, ONE, ONE 2nd Edition, ONE 3Rd (v7), GO 7000 Truck, Rider 1+ 2
search with Google for: Universal Upgrade GSW3.2.5TT3 & GWS3.6.0 GPS Chip_SIRF-III