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In the Comm Manager, select Settings, then Bluetooth. Again select bluetooth and then scroll down to your GPS receiver assuming you're paired correctly. Click Menu and then COM ports. Now click Menu and select New Outgoing Port. Pick COM6 assuming you have nothing else on this as your outgoing port. Now go back to your map program. In the GPS settings, select COM6 as your GPS and it should now give your position. I use google maps and have no bother.
It sounds like your not able to access the internet on the device , try going to a normal webpage and then you can check if it loads it most probably wont. if that is the case you will need to contact your network to get the settings. ( Most networks will brand the device with there own name it can be helpful to find what this is before calling .) once you have done this then you will be able to download the quick gps settings . The special GPRS mentioned above is only the networks name for there GPRS service.
After this is done you may notice that you still arent able to use your GPS to find your location that is because you need to select the port that the GPS device is on
1.Tap start > settings
2. Tap the system tab
3. Select the GPS option
4. In the drop-down box that is entitled GPS program port select COM4
5. Tap Hardware tab , Gps hardware port should be ( None ) and baud rate 4800
6. Tap access tab and then select manage GPS automatically tickbox
7. Now click ok then x
You will now need to setup MAPKing to use COM port 4 as the GPS device this will now allow you to use your GPS properly
You need to reformat and reinstall TOMTOM - You ONLY get the option after initial installation of the software - I don't know if it is possible to delete an individual file to achieve what you are asking - might be worth a note to TOMTOM technical help.
Firstly if you have a driver currently installed on your e330 for the GPS system, install it.
(To uninstall - Start => Settings => System (Tab) => Remove Programs.
One of the items in the list should be something like "PL-2303 USB Driver" Highlight it and click remove.
You will probably be prompted for a restart to complete the process)
Next, either reinstall the driver you got originally with the GPS receiver, or if you email me I will send you the one I have got.
You will again need to restart your Pocket PC to complete the installation process.
When you start your Tom Tom software, you may need to configure the GPS receiver. To do this, tap on the bottom right hand side of the screen, where the signal strength meter is and again tap on the signal meter on the next screen (top right corner)
Next, click configure, specify your GPS hardware (I would presume you have a generic NMEA GPS?) click select, select your devices baud rate (again unless you know otherwise, and do consult your GPS receiver manual, I think the generic is 4800 and click done. Now you should have 4 options of how your GPS device connects to your Pocket Pc. The bottom option should say something like "COM4:" Select that one and within a few seconds the GPS Status should spring into life.