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Bluetooth GPS Tom Tom to operate with PDA Xda IIi

Bluetooth connection set up ok. Shortcut created in bluetooth manager ok.Conneting to GPS ok.After accessing Tom Tom progam in bottom lefthand corner shows no GPS Device.Any suggestions gladly welcommed.

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Re: Bluetooth GPS Tom Tom to operate with PDA Xda IIi

Have you tried using 'other wired device', try each com, rather than bluetooth, on tomtom configuration settings, works for me with TT5 and a Holux BT GPS reciever

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