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I could be wrong, but I believe that it chooses the "best" location for the maps, based upon available space, at the time of installation. However, in my experience, if you let it install maps on the extSD card, you may well be plagued with application errors later on. For this reason, I always eject my extSD card prior to…
Also getting exactly the same error in the Android MyDrive v2.2.1 app when trying to save a route to TomTom Go Mobile on the same phone. There is no issue saving and syncing to My Places, the issue is only with My Routes.
If you are on Android, then I suggest you try installing the GPS Status & Toolbox app. This sorts out most GPS related issues and it runs automatically in background when any app uses the GPS. The PRO version is very cheap and well worth the money. This is the first app that I always install when setting up any Android…
This one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=it.simonesestito.ntiles&hl=en
I think that you may both be missing my point. I am not talking about just tagging the phone number onto the and of the address line, which is what is achieved using standard CSV syntax, ie. [lat],[long],[name],address,phone. This is easy to do, but results in a very long & cumbersome POI display. Even rotating the screen…
In landscape, you are best off running TomTom in immersive mode (full screen). There are apps out there that make this easy. I use an Android app called "Quick Settings" that allows immersive mode to be configured with the navigation buttons being displayed on the right-hand of the display, but also with the status bar…
It may not be TomTom. I suggest that you try clearing both your user and system caches (do the latter from Recovery mode ... Google that if you are unsure). I have personally witnessed unusual device heating and associated battery drain following Android security updates. Clearing the caches fixes this.