Question about Tomtom GO 920 GPS Receiver
Tomtom 920 connecting to iPhone
The iPhone paired fine with the tomtom but the tomtom says "bluetooth disabled". I can't find info about how to enable bluetooth on the tomtom. Please help
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
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i'm not sure if this helps but i have a samsung sgh-a516 and at first all i could pair with my phone was wireless (the one feature i will never use). Randomly i get a phone call on my cell with my tomtom on and somehow spontaniously it just decides it wants to connect via handsfree? I was playing around in the tomtom options today and in preferences i selected send file (at the very end of choices in the menu) and tried sending a song from my tom tom to my phone it took 2 trys but finaly it found my phone and sent the file , i refreshed the bluetooth service list on my phone and sure enough object push was added i then deleted my phone from tomtom and repaired it. needless to say i can now trasnsfer my contacts and talk handsfree when in the beginning my 920 would only recognize a wireless service. All i can say is try and play around with settings on both devices and you might be in luck and trick them to work. I hope this helps
Posted on May 15, 2008
Make sure the Tomtom unit is properly seated in the cradle and that there are no velcro strips etc preventing it from pushing down fully into the socket (if improperly seated the unit can still charge, and sometimes ask for a connection, but won't be able to connect properly to the computer).
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
Are you INDOORS? GPS do not work indoors. You need to be OUTSIDE.
Also, install TomTom Home in your computer and plug your tomtom to your computer via a USB cable. Update your TomTom and try again
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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