Question about Tomtom ONE GPS Receiver
When the system is on I can't hear the device the voume is so low that you have to hold the system to your ear to hear it, nothin happend that should have caused this to not have the original level of sound. when it was in the car in the adapter it had a message that it was charging, please help, I've only has it since April, never dropped not kept in the car exposing to sun, only thing that was any different was I had not ued it for almost a month, at which time it was sitting on my dining room table. That's as much details as I can give you.
Some versions of TomTom software have the option to automatically adjust the volume depending on vehicle speed, which is detected by GPS . Perhaps this may have something to do with your problem ! Try the settings menu to locate this option.
Below is a link to the TomTom Support downloads section. you can find Manuals + Updates + PC Drivers + Support .
TomTom Support Site
Hope that this at least helps you a little to fixya problem !!
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