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If you go to change preferences you should see a voice preferences icon, tap it and you should see a disable voice with a red x over the icon. Just tap it and it should disable all of the voice instructions on the unit.
I say should since it works on my 720 and should on yours.
plug the device into your computer go to my computer you should see two drives there that wear not there before one is aprox. a 10 gig the is aprox. a 30 gig double click the 30 gig make a new folder and drage and drop copy paste any mp3s you want to the folder
then open the mp3 app by pressing the "M" button to the right of the screen once the player opens tap FILE select the drive where you put the music and there you go
The instructions through FM transmitter violated some European regulations so had to be removed. The latest application update removes this feature for navigation - though music is still allowed. Sucks for US customers, not sure if they will release a US only application build to resolve this issue or not.
Hmmm, the Zumo doesn't have a harddrive, it's flash memory. The best place to store mp3's is on a fast SD card, and don't get the biggest size and cram it full, I had like 100 mp3's on a card adding up to almost 450 mins of music, started up without a problem. Not as fast but pretty snappy!
Have you downloaded anything to the unit, such as MP3s or updated maps? Have you tried resetting the unit? What about a Master Reset? If you need to do this, and don't know how, let me know. Just be aware, if you do a Master Reset, it will ERASE ALL OF YOUR FAVORITES.
just got my A-Data 8GB card today and proceeded to load it up with 7.2GB of MP3s (nearly full capacity).
I timed with my wrist watch the bootup times and there was no difference in the boot times whether the SD card loaded up with MP3's was inserted in the unit or not. What did change is that even one minute after booting up the songs wouldn't show up in the "MP3 Player" window, it just had a blanked out browse button and a generic icon like it has when no music is loaded.
It took a full 90 seconds or so for the MP3 player to actually become responsive and show my selections, but after that it was working normally (from what I can tell).