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There is one thing you can do if you have the serial number of your device. You can find it on the device itself and on a sticker on the packaging of your device. If your device was registered to your TomTom account, you could try contacting TomTom support by phone and ask if they can give you the serial number when you provide them you're account data. Once you have the serial number you go to the police station and inform them your device was stolen. If you're lucky, one day the police will find the gagsters who stole your GPS, and if they find lots of stolen products, they will probably check the police computer to check if the serial numbers are reported as stolen.
No, a GPS device will only receive signals from the satellites in space. A GPS will never transmit any signal to the satellites because it's a one way communication. If you have the serial number (you can find it on the device itself or on the box) you could go to the police and inform them your GPS was stolen and provide them your serial number. If you're lucky and the police finds a gang of thieves and they find lot's of stolen things, they will check the serial numbers through the police computer to check if they're not reported as stolen. Then there is a chance you will get your GPS back.
Unfortunately there is no means of tracking the stolen GPS. If you have a record of the serial number, you could report it to the police. The GPS may show up at a local pawn shop and if the police have the serial number on file, they could possibly recover it for you.
What country are you in? Call Tomtom, they will give you your code, they will have it on their system, may need proof of puchase, unless it's stolen.Call em www.tomtom.com for contact number for your country
If you are asking if there is a way to remove your home address from the unit remotely, unfortunately, no, there is no way to do this. I assume you have notified the police about the theft. They will be aware that there is a possibility that whomever stole it may go to your home, however, this rarely occurs. Most of the time when a unit is stolen, it is sold for a quick profit.