US version

Robtafrob
Robtafrob Registered Users Posts: 3
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Having happily used TomTom Go on my smartphone for a long time I have now downloaded it onto a recently acquired aftermarket Android head unit in my car.

I seem to have downloaded a US version - it refers to roundabouts as rotaries and petrol stations as gas stations.

Minor niggles maybe, but is there anything I can do?

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Rob

Answers

  • DougLap
    DougLap Posts: 9,827
    Superuser
    Hi @Robtafrob

    What voice have you selected and which country are you in?.

    Doug
  • Robtafrob
    Robtafrob Registered Users Posts: 3
    New Seeker
    Hello @DougLap

    Thank you for the response....
    I am in the UK. I have selected Serena.

    thanks
    Rob
  • DougLap
    DougLap Posts: 9,827
    Superuser
    Hi @Robtafrob

    Maybe @lampard has a suggestion plus he can see your account.

    Doug
  • scoobyo
    scoobyo Registered Users Posts: 12
    Apprentice Traveler
    We call them roundabouts in the part of the US I'm in
  • Asprin
    Asprin Registered Users Posts: 271
    Supreme Pioneer
    There is no US version.
    You set it up to what every country you are in.

    petrol stations are UK
    roundabouts are UK

    So I do not know what you are talking about if you live in the UK you should know this?????

    AND again for the 100th time if not more times "Android head units" are not supported.
  • Robtafrob
    Robtafrob Registered Users Posts: 3
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    @Asprin thank you for taking the time to respond... you may, however, have missed my point. I know what a roundabout is called in the UK - it is my satnav that does not. My satnav is referring to them as rotaries.

    I downloaded the app from Google play and added a UK flagged voice. I am just trying to understand why it is different to the version I use on my smartphone.

    I had no idea that Android head units are not supported - many thanks for enlightening me.
  • AdamKdr
    AdamKdr Registered Users Posts: 2
    Apprentice Traveler
    Hi, just found this thread because I'm looking to change the voice command from "rotary" to "round-about". I live in Australia, and so hearing "rotary" all the time is pretty annoying and a bit distracting. Anyone know how to do this?