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    Quote Originally Posted by andreimarius View Post
    I'm looking for software for tomtom go 730. Anyone?
    a) this thread is all about the GO 700!
    b) just let TTHome update your 730 to the correct/latest/best 9.510
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    I hava a 750 and I can attest that the 9510 is indeed the best out here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strawdog74 View Post
    UPDATE - I wasn't wasting my time.

    I have just finished installing Western_Europe_1GB_910_4952 and patched it using FastActivator.

    Works a charm, thanks for the tips!


    I'll have to try this with my old 700.



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    Why this old map? With original-NC (Application 7.903) you can use the new Western_Europe_965_7252 (2,19 GB (2.361.015.384 Bytes), after deleting all not needed files cspeech_*.dat and the cphoneme.dat 1,88 GB (2.020.303.400 Bytes)). With NC 9.0xx also Western_Europe_965_7283 (1,94 GB (2.089.468.534 Bytes)).
    Last edited by Alfred_ML; 8th March 2016 at 17:46.
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    Hi. Can u tell me why some devices (go 300, go 700) work fine with 8.xxx, 9.xxx navcore and some just stuck on 7.903. I have now go700 without SD and 32 ram only. I try about 20 different firmwares and try to wipe it and update via TT home2 but still the same. Its work only with 7.903 and 9.510 for tt one. But on 9.510 its dont see any satelites and reboots after 1-2 min. Also TT home 2 cant detect device with auch navcore, and wipe doesnt work on this navcore. Seems its in bootloader problem? Is any chance to update this device to 9.xxx navcore?

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    The Go700 has 64MB ram! But an unchanged NC9.510 will not work properly. You must use a SE-NC (e.g 9.530-SE X00 X10 ONE ONE_XL) or create a own NC with the DSA-Tool.
    Then you can use the High-Level-maps. Or use the original NC with the Low-Level-Maps. Make a backup of the device, delete all files and folders without the ttgo.bif. Then connect with TT-Home and lets update to the latest original NC .
    Why another BL? You don't need another BL than the original BL 5.4201. He can see the 2,5 GB-disk (max. 4 GB) and work with it verry well.
    Last edited by Alfred_ML; 26th May 2016 at 11:07.
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    1st whis navcore 7.903 i can use also 965.xxxx and newer maps (east_europe 965.7582 for example). When i try to use 8.10 navcore just hangs on startup, when i use custom 9.510 by TZ it reboots every 1.5 min.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aleck View Post
    ...whis navcore 7.903 i can use also 965.xxxx and newer maps (east_europe 965.7582 for example).
    Yes, but not an Eastern_Europe_965_7582. An Eastern_Europe_965_7282 yes, but only, if you know how. But of course an Eastern_Europe_965_7280.
    Quote Originally Posted by aleck View Post
    When i try to use 8.10 navcore just hangs on startup, when i use custom 9.510 by TZ it reboots every 1.5 min.
    Quote Originally Posted by Alfred_ML View Post
    But an unchanged NC9.510 will not work properly. You must use a SE-NC (e.g 9.530-SE X00 X10 ONE ONE_XL) or create a own NC with the DSA-Tool.
    If you can't find it or create a own properly NC, use original NC 7.903.
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    What u mean properly NC? How to get know what is properly NC for my device? I use 7.903 but it be better if i can use 9.xxx becuse i need russian language in menu.

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    Try this one: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    It's a SE-NC 9.530, should work with your Go700. Russian voices included (Anna and Vlad)

    Make a backup of your 700, delete all files and folder without the file ttgo.bif ! Then copy content of the archive to your Go700. NC is already patched! You only need to add an activatable map and activate it.
    Last edited by Alfred_ML; 26th May 2016 at 19:54.
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