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    Quote Originally Posted by biggerdave View Post
    I've read this on another forum too but I don't know of any fix for it. Just another error cos they released this too early (let's hope they do a rev1 of this as they did with 8.398)
    Thanks Biggerdave thats good to know its not just me.... Are there many ups to the 9.700 verses 8.398 do you know ? May just go back to 8.398 as the timing is very handy on a all day run. Btw thx for the v901 map :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by p3rcy View Post
    Thanks Biggerdave thats good to know its not just me.... Are there many ups to the 9.700 verses 8.398 do you know ? May just go back to 8.398 as the timing is very handy on a all day run. Btw thx for the v901 map :-)
    I've not read about any actual improvements from 8.398 which is generally rock solid, but many people just think newer is better but that ain't always the case!! If it ain't broke, don't fix it is my motto (hence I'm one of many still running Windows XP rather than all the new/fancy stuff)
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    IMHO the update was only to make sure future map features are fully supported.
    Since the "normal" X20/X30 uses now a V9 TT had to act.
    I would say another update is due after the next round of maps - but that's only my opinion
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    IMHO we'll see next TRUCK map with 810 format... Or maybe - we'll have 2 different maps (770 and 810 formats)

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    It would not surprise me if TT changes the map system completely.
    Reason is pretyy simple:
    Right now not only the NC10+ map updates come as hash secured updates, but the maps for official Works customers are delivered in a similar way.
    Same for the corresponding Navcores.
    TT knows as son as you use your device with Home if you have an official or unsupported Navcore installed.
    The contents of ttgo.bif, .bak and ori are transfered as well as the installed map(s) and additional voices.
    Most obvious choice would be to either delete non genuine maps/Navcores when connecting to Home or to block the TT account for the user/device.
    The server security was upped to prevent the illegal downloads of maps already.
    All it takes would be a necessary update to support the next map generation - and it is no real problem for TT to change the bootloader and use the same encrypted system used on Carminat Live for example.
    Let's hope TT still values our support and beta testing for them so they won't stop ud completely
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    You drop outta the loop for 5 minutes and look what happens,new lease of life for older tomtoms and Android too...how exciting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrytpot View Post
    You drop outta the loop for 5 minutes and look what happens,new lease of life for older tomtoms and Android too...how exciting
    5 minutes?????????? more like 5 months at least! Good to see you back tpot
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    Just found this so there are 2 known methods of changing vehicle profile after the initial boot-up:

    1. Change preferences > Planning preferences > Edit vehicle profile
    2. Set a new destination and when it's all set up the last screen will tell you your vehicle profile that is where you can change it
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    This Navcore work with Europe_TRUCK v905.4798, Navcore 8.398 don't want to work with Europe_TRUCK v905.4798?
    Anybody with this Problem?

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    This is correct, for the new 905Truck you need Navcore 9.700
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