Question about Tomtom ONE 3rd Edition GPS
Switch it on and it comes up with a address on screen and voice given directions but needs a password to open up and move on ? numbers 1-9-0 on screen - is there a way that i can unlock the password and change it to some thing i can remember ?
thanks all Andy
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