I have lost my activation code and my device code is AK5SL DAFUA what can i do to get the activation code
i have a question i have a eclipse tomtom and i jsut got out of the AF from a knee injury in iraq so yes im technically a cripple and a vet yet im only 29 never the less the movers had packed my tomtom eclipse cus i took it out of my car so it wouldnt get stolen while i was deployed. i moved back home to my home town and installing the tomtom back in the touch screen seems not to work. the device poers up and i get to the language select screen then i touch it and nothing happens evne when i connect thedevice toa pc i get the CONECT TO COMPUTER question and i try to hit YES and nothing happens wht should i do? i had this tomtom for about 1.5 years
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Find out which TomTom software works with your device (TomTom Home or MyDrive Connect), download it and install it on the computer. Connect the device to the computer. It should be recognized by the TomTom software. For TomTom Home, find the Update my TomTom and follow instructions. For MyDriveConnect create an account with TomTom and associate the device with the account. Once logged you will see what you are entitled to. If you do not see MapUpdate you are not entitled to free updates and you will have to buy the new maps.
Reset your TomTom GPS receiver. Some TomTom users report occasional difficulty in getting their TomTom navigation device to start or respond to commands. If this happens to you, remedy the problem by performing a soft reset on your TomTom GPS. A soft reset will reset the data on your TomTom GPS receiver without erasing any data. To reset a TomTom GPS receiver, press and hold the "On/Off" button for 15 seconds or until the device restarts. 2
Let your TomTom GPS acquire the necessary satellite signals outside. If the device has trouble connecting to the satellite signals necessary for its operation, try an easy fix to the problem. Take your TomTom GPS receiver outside, away from mountains, tall buildings or heavy foliage, where the receiver has a clear view of the sky. Wait for a few moments while the device acquires the necessary satellite signals.
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The TomTom uses a standard Mini USB Male end. You probably got one with your digital camera, scanner or other usb equipment. The mini end does have to be small enough to fit into the slot in the TomTom case though. If it dosent, trim it down.
Yes you can find it using your phone and it will cost you the exact amount it charges you for browsing with your phone but Since the gps is dead, then it means there is no power or signal on the device for your phone to be able to reach it. I will strongly advice you search for it thoroughly. If there is no power on a gps device, you will not be able to find it.
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TomTom makes it really easy to update maps for any one of their devices. You can get the latest Tele Atlas maps from TomTom by heading over to their Map Store. Pick your device, pick your map, and download. While they aren't free, they're extremely accurate and affordable