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Aug 21, 2014 - 100+ posts - 100+ authors
Basically to work like a satnav does. .... Have been using Google maps and voice navigation with no prles since May. ..... The audio does come out from the phonespeaker even when my Bluetooth is paired to the phone.
I have loaded my Binatone B350 With a 128mb SD Card from my old Tom Tom Go which slots in perfect.
When i turn my sat nav on i get a blue screen stating
"WARNING SYSTEM REGISTRY KEY LOST"
The sat nav then reboots itself and goes to the main page
"BINATONE DRIVE LIKE A LOCAL" and then repeats itself to blue screen again. I have taken the card out and still get the blue screen. Any ideas on how to solve this please
Think I have sorted the problem out. I read some of your readers' solutions and it was mentioned that it may be advisable to log onto the GPS update. So, I installed my disc which came with the pack and followed the instructions to download the GPS update (and also took the opportunity to download other updates which took some time). Anyway, used the sat nav this morning and so far, it appears to be working normally now and the signal comes on in seconds!
I have a Go920 and the 910 is very similar.
go into menu: change preference (5th icon on pg 1 of 3); then go to pg 8 and change language is the first icon; cursor down to your choice of language and accept