Question about Tomtom ONE GPS Receiver
Every time I start my TomTom it had trouble finding a satellite connection. The first couple of times I hit the reset button at the bottom of the device. Upon reset/start the device could find up to 7 satellites. Today even the reset button doesn’t work. It is a bright day outside and I cannot understand why TomTom has so much trouble locating the satellites.
I wonder if I am doing something wrong regarding startup-shutoff. This problem happens every time I shut down the device. If I keep it on after resetting, it stays hooked to the satellite. Every time the device is shut/restarted it gets lost.
Shouldn't the device be shut down once I done with it. Is there some type of sleep / semi-shut mode?
Download the latest software tomtom home and do a gpsquickfix. THis will solve the problem and tell the unit where the satellites are for the next 7 days. May need to do gpsquickfix often.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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