I just have bought this device and I can't make work the FM trnasmiter function...
I've been in the radio section, i have selected a frequency, push on, when i get back to the music section, I have the picture on the left corner with the frequency I choosed but no transmition...nothing happen in my car or at home...
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The external power adapter for your device is for [6VDC - 1 Ampere]. You can use any adapter with this capacity to charge the battery inside the your Philips Da1000. Brand is not matter, but the voltage and current is. Just check the DC socket polarity. It is the main thing that ahs to be checked. Some sets will have outer (+ve), and some others have (Outer (--ve). This will be marked at the DC in terminal of your radio. It is best to be the set in hand, when you go to buy a new one. This adapter can be bought from most of the electronic spare parts selling shops at your town. Philips has designated as [6V direct current, positive pole to current pin] as pin confuguration for the AC adapter. If so outer ring connection will be (--ve). Anyway, make sure about it before buying a new one. OK.
FM radio is ascertained with popular adveretsiments. For example, once ascertain that 106.10 transmits popular enterment media requires to restore to memory. Recent devices recognise the user requests by allowing to search at button feature functions until available signal broadcast were discoved also memorised on device. In situation that the device radio least has auto scan to capture require to manually tune until an available signal broadcast were recognised. Also with devices least with momory features requires to humanly keep to memory the radio frequency. For example 106.10 is recogniseable as party station.
Examples of radio stations
To get the transmission of FM in Nokia N79. You have to upgraded to firmware version 31.002. FM Transmitter will not work with firmware version 20.xxx,
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If you have made a recent update this may be the reason you may have lost your FM transmission!!
Tom Tom disabled silent FM transmission on these units to comply with the law in certain countries which prohibit these FM transmissions. Later updates configured the units to output lower strength FM transmissions.
most small devices rely on the wire plugged into the earphones jack to be the antenna to receive the radio signals, so if you are trying to listen to the radio through the builtin speaker without having earphones plugged in, you might just not be getting a signal, and since it is a digital tuner, it probably can tell that you are not getting a signal and so just outputs no sound, not even static.
so try plugging in some headphones if you haven't been doing that.
1: Update to latest firmware from tomtom, for Gox20/x30 that is 8.351
2: Make an silent mp3 file and put that onto device
3: Play silent mp3 in loop
4: Send nav instructions over fm to radio... et voila!