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    Hello all,

    Well i can't find a way to stop my zuma 340LM from giving my the over speed limit annoying sound. i don't want it to beep me evry 5 sec, i tried to change the setting in the proximity setup, but nothing! it is beeping my to MADNESS.

    please help!

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    Tools > Settings > Proximity Points > Proximity Alerts > Change > Audio > Single Tone / Continuous Tone / Off

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Tools > Settings > Proximity Points > Proximity Alerts > Change > Audio > Single Tone / Continuous Tone / Off

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    Well it is not working! and i got an answer from Garmin TechSupport and thay told me that in Zuma 340LM i cann't stop the over speed alert!
    any other Idea for doing it by some hack?

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    One way is to use maps that don't have speed limits. eg OpenStreetmaps
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    You could also try setting your Zumo to Another Country after Hard Reset (try South Africa).(This is pure Speculation).
    On the Nuvi 3490 if you set to South Africa no Speed Alerts if you set to Uk then you get Speed Alerts.
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    According to owner's manuals:
    -Ζumo 340, 390, 660 don't have the feature to stop Speed Alerts Tone, normally found in Nuvis in Settings>Map & Vechicle>Audible Speed Alerts>ON/OFF.
    -Zumo 590 has this feature.
    -Zumo 345, 395, 595 have this feature in Settings>Map & Vechicle>Audible Rider Alerts>Speed limit exceeded>ON/OFF.

    Reading what dasilvarsa wrote above, I've checked 3490 owner's manual and I could not find Audible Speed Alerts feature.
    When I did the conversion from 3790 to 3490 we could enable some features by simply adding empty xml files in Garmin folder.
    So you can try and copy DeviceConfig_SpeedLimits_Enabled.xml and UpdateDeviceConfig.xml in Garmin folder and restart the device.

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