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    hi,sorry if this has been asked before,is there a way of increasing memory on a tomtom one n14644. i cant see a slot for a memory card. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by tizzz View Post
    hi,sorry if this has been asked before,is there a way of increasing memory on a tomtom one n14644. i cant see a slot for a memory card. thanks
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    My TT one xl claimed internal memory only but on the bottom, in line with the connectors was a taped over sd slot.
    The slot worked but only with the older SD cards.
    Changed bootloader
    updated navcore
    updated maps to 965
    now have 4 Gig SDHC card working with full area map and if I pull the SD card i go back to the original stuff.
    maiden voyage around town. GPS told me to go right, then left on parallel road then left and right back on the same major road I was on within a mile.
    GRRRRRR

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    I can only think it may be a very cheap or slow class SDHC card? We normally recommend a minimum Class 4 or ideally Class 6 or above.
    Does it play up on the internal memory map or just on this SDHC card?
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    And there is always a possibility that the memory slot was added via a hacked and it was bad (that's why it was taped over)

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    guess I hit the wrong response button and didn't post yesterday. sorry if this is a duplicate
    card was a 4 GB U SDHC class 4 by sandisk known good. Don't think the the speed is that critical due to the age of the TT one XL. Slot was for older SD card. Did try second U SD adapter as I have found bad ones.
    Yes the program works both with the card in (new) and internal memory (old) I read on this forum (somewhere) that this is a trait with the XL and not all. Some loose the internal program
    SD card slot and covering sticker was by the manufacturer and not a hack remodel. The sticker said something like "internal memory only"
    I suspect the bad directions were due to routing algorithm or a settings preference problem. Had that happen on smartphone OSM navigator. A frontage road was preferred over the highway.
    what I was able to do was update the memory type and size, core program, and map. What I got was a dedicated GPS display that may be slower processor but is better sunlight readable.

 

 

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