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Recover a destination point

Hi i need to recover data from my tom tom to be exact i need to recover an address i travel to in a specific date is possible to do that

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There is a small history of last used adresses, but these are not specifically related to the date you used them. Also that list won't contain all addresses you've used.
So if it has been some time since you used the address, i don't think you'll be able to find it.

Posted on Mar 27, 2008

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Hi I recently purchased a garmin nuvi 1410 and tried programming several sites in. however when i left one site and wanted to navigate onto the next, it kept trying to bring me back to the previous site...


Hi, there are 2 possible solutions to your problem.
1. Press WHERE TO and enter your first address. Instead of pressing GO press SAVE, at the bottom of the screen. This will save the site in your FAVOURITES folder. Repeat for each destination. Then when you want to go to one of these addresses just press WHERE TO then press FAVOURITES and select the address from it. If you're going to use these addresses fairly often then this is probably the best solution. When you reach your destination sometimes the satnav doesn't realise you have as, for example, you could be on the wrong side of the street to where it expects you to be or the satnav could be out by a few yards. When this happens it tries to get you to go back. To stop this press MENU at the bottom of the screen and then press STOP. (The STOP icon only appears while the satnav is trying to take you to a location) Having done this you can then select your next destination.

2. The second option for solving your problem is to enter your last destination first and press GO. Then enter your second last and when you press GO again it will ask you if you want to set this as a VIA point. Select YES. Add each destination in turn making them all VIA points. When you do this the satnav will take you to the last via point first and then each of the others on the way to your destination. The advantage of this method is that you don't have to set destinations when you're traveling. As soon as you reach one it adjusts to take you to the next. The disadvantages are that if you want to go to the same destinations again you need to re-enter all the information again. Also if the satnav thinks you have not reached your via point, when you have, pressing STOP cancels the whole route.

Entering the places into FAVOURITES is probably the best option. Note once they're in FAVOURITES you can rename them if you wish or you can delete them. You'll find details of how to do so on page 12 and 13 of the manual available in Adobe Reader format from http://static.garmincdn.com/pumac/nuvi_1100_1200_1300_1400_OM.pdf

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Simple solution would be to delete personal destinations, then change home address to a landmark (i.e. Nelson's Column Postcode for SatNav: SW1) and set thepassword to change this to a simple 0000 or 1234 ect...

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The only solution I know of is to make up a number (Not always practical if destination is office block for example) or use the point on map option (not as acurate) or the latitude/longitude option which is only really usefull for rural destinations in the middle of no where. Tom Tom really need to produce a fix for this major oversight in the form of a software update.

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More than likely your house number is not in the data base. I have the same problem. What I have done is when you want to setup your tt home address go where you get full bars and are ready to navigate. Go to set home address and tap current location as your home address.
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