Question about GPS
It's been a bit, but I think I have an answer for you.
Follow this link, then go to the link marked Voices, then click "Create an Index File".
Basically, the TomTom voices are 2 parts: the audio itself, and a really simple text document that tells the TomTom how to identify it. open the .vif file with something like Notepad, and change the necessary data as shown. Save it, then the next time you plug your TomTom into the computer, you should be able to access the Voices folder.
Drop the 2 files into the voices folder, unplug, the TomTom will reset, and you should find Stewie insulting your driving skill in no time. ^_^
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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