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    Default ONE XL, ONE 3rd edition : 8.010

    I have the TomTom ONE XL, ONE 3rd edition with navcore 8.010
    Bootloader version :53013
    Map in use :USA_and_Canada_885_4092
    I would like to install a one of the latest maps like the 905 but i can't find one with the meta code that will work on the navcore version that i have,my question is there a map that will work on this unit or should i flash with a patched navcore so i can find a map that will have a meta code already posted. My second question is I have a 4gb sd card will this unit read the card with the current bootloader or do i also have to upgrade the bootlaoder because i have read that it is tricky playing around with the bootloader

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    You can use my 9.485 with Memory Boost, this gives you access to the latest, full featured maps.
    For the bootloader I recommend the 5.5012 or the 5.5112.
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    Password for all my files: downunder

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    Downunder35m i did what you said and put everything on the sd card,all working good only thing is it takes longer to aquire satellite reception sometimes up to 5 min. is that normal with this navcore and sometimes it doesn't shut down but goes into standby mode if I take card out it shuts down and boots up but if I leave card in slot it goes to stand by not all the time
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    Connect to Home and download the latest quick fix data.
    Create textfile with a number in seconds inside - the value will determine after how many seconds the device switches from standby to fully off.
    Rename that textfile to suicide.dat and place it in the root of your device.
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    i shall try that thanks

 

 

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