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    Default After the upgrade, speed cameras are not seen...

    After I updated my TomTom and I refused to share information (it is the first time I've been asked to authorize information sharing ), I no longer can see the speedcamera on the device although I have done all the steps of activation with Easyusetools...
    Is there a solution?
    Thank you for everything.
    Tid


    Post upgrading Data:
    HOME info:
    DLL Version: 2.8.3.2499
    MapShare DLL Version: 2.8.3.2499
    Language: it-IT
    * Connected device: "TomTom GO 940 LIVE"
    BootLoaderVersion=55120
    LinuxVersion=802398
    ApplicationVersionVersionNumber=9400
    ApplicationVersion=851694.1
    UserLanguage=Italiano
    CurrentMap=Western_and_Central_Europe
    CurrentMapVersion=885.4009

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    If the correct files and tools are used it will work just fine.
    Cam files in the map folder, activate with the keygen of your choice, and done.
    You can even keep the .dct file for the cams for future maps as it won't change.
    This way it might be easier
    I hope you got a backup with the .dct file of the the speed cams?
    And please define where and how you can/can't see the cams.
    In the menu? In the settings? Or on the map?

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    i have a similar issue but with a go710 shows the cams when running demo but no sound navcore is 7.*** would this be the problem

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    Well, only hardcore TT supporters still use such an old NC on a TT
    Not sure if this oldie supports the warnings sounds, but if so you should have a folder "sounds" and when selecting cam in the menu the option to assign a custom warning sound.
    Best option IMHO would be to try a V9 NC as you gain more than you might loose
    Password for all my files: downunder

 

 

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