Question about Tomtom GPS
If you dropped a tomtom in water, you will most likely need to get a new one or send it to a repair center.
However, we may be able to make it so we don't loose any data. Did you use a sd card? if you did, try it on your computer, and copy over any files you can.
If you didn't, or couldn't, try plugging the gps into the computer and see if it responds at all. if it does, try to copy any/all files over.
Once you get the GPS back, you can simply copy over the old files, and it should work again!
Also, What do you mean by switched? Do you mean when you tried to switch it on?
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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