Can't adjust volume on hands free call (BlueTooth)
I have a TomTom Go 920 GPS.
Volume when speaking navigation commands is great, and able to be adjusted to whatever level I desire. However...
When I connect my cell phone via BlueTooth (doesn't matter what kind - I have three different BlackBerrys and a Motorola Razr) I have no control over phone call volume, and the tiny bit of volume I do get isn't useable - I have to hold the TomTom up to my ear to hear.
I currently have installed software version 8.302, and updated it online using TomTom Home about an hour ago, still with no success. Any ideas?
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The things you'd want to check first are:
1. the volume of your speaker is not turned off ...
2. your GPS (navigation) software supports voice navigation - directions /commands ...
3. you have (installed & selected) a navigation voice (e.g. standard or computer voice)
4. you have done a "reboot" ... or "hard reset" ... to start the software up again.
If all of these are OK ... and you previously had heard navigation voice on your GPS ... but suddenly, there's no more navigation voice, then it is possible that the navigation software (voice portion) got corrupted. If that's the case, you would want to try to restore your software from backup (using HOME), or download a copy of the navigation software from TomTom.com (for your device type/class) and install it.
repair both ...start fresh from start.....do a hard restart on the TomTom...this is located on the last menu of your tomtom...Factory reset...it will erase recent destinations and favorites....but it usually clears the tomtom....Now try to repair both the phone and the tomtom
I located a forum post via google which gave exact details for the phone and provider. This connected sucessfully. problem was that one of the internet settings was incorrect on the phone and also manually inserting DNS values and logon script
Yes Nickarino is right.
When I switched on my new tom tom it gave me that option to speak street names and it vanished after selected a different voice.
I checked all manuals and web references in Tom Tom - none of them list it.
Like Nick said - what you need to do is swtich the voice type to SAMANTHA and it will show the option "Read Street Names Loudly".
I jumped on it and said yes ..!!!
Thanks Nick !!