this metadata code:
EC 2A A8 51 84 66 2A CE 35 09 1A D5 FF 84 2E E6 Iberia-100392.meta ; Iberia 950_6544
is for what`?
I have this map bus can't make it run. is this code to enter or create the .metadata.xml file?
if so, how to do it?
The "disappearance" of the metadata.xml (for unknown reasons ...), happens if the Tomtom folder is in Internal Memory or on External SD Card (micro card). It can occur in both cases...
Only remedy is that of recopy it in the right folder.....
the error : "unable to connect" occurs if the path is not right or for Metadata.xml disappearance.
Tab3 install... Android 4.2.2... Tablet=ExtSdCard.
(And see you mauri).
Last edited by thunword; 20th June 2015 at 06:44 PM.
followed instruction to step 6. when start tomtom, it said no internet connection and asked to enable it. if i turn on wifi,i got "unable to connect " message. help please
This solved my problem. Thank you very much!
I have an S4 and when I try to use the map Iberia v950.6558 appear the message Unable to connect, but if I use the map v950.6492, it works perfect. I don't understand what happends
Can you help me, please?
Open the .metadata.xml file.
It will show you where it expects the Tomtom folder.
I had to move the Tomtom folder from Download to SD.
That worked for me.
First of all thanks for the tutorials and tips on this topic.
I got the TomTom Android 1.4 APK + Europe Map 950.6492 + Speedcams to install in 2 devices.
The software was downloaded in a Mac and used Android File Transfer to copy the contents to the devices.
Oneplus One (Android 5.0.2) and Google Nexus 5 (Android 5.1.1) no root in any device.
On the OPO, the installation was done without any issues following the installation notes
- Copied the apk and files to the internal memory (both devices donīt have memory card) only /sdcard
- Without data active, installed the APK with success
- Open the app and let tomtom load what needed.
- Closed the App
- Copied the files to /sdcard/Android/data/com.tomtom.europe/files/files
- Tomtom started with success and loading the maps
The issue is with the Nexus 5, that I always get unable to connect error, but is running with success on the OPO
I have tried all the tips mentioned on this topic ( I read all the 10 pages, I hope I did not missed anything).
I donīt see the metadata.xml file anywhere, not on the download files, or in the nexus 5 or OPO.
I checked if the .dat files mentioned in one of the post exists but nothing found.
I relly donīt understand what is happening on Nexus 5, is it because the Android version? Or is there any way to make it work on lollipop 5.1.1?
Thanks in advance.
To see the Metadata.XLM you need to enable the viewing of hidden files on PC (and even in to device files manager). But the Mac is not good for these things ....