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Problem . Several towns or places can have the same postcode. you wont have much luck if place name is not known. Google-- name places with postcode zxzxzx in mnkjgh. zxzxzx your post code ,mnkjgh your country. if you luck is in and only one place name comes up. bring up Google maps , type in place name and post code . then your address a postcode . using from to mode. Google will draw you a map.
Connect the unit up to a PC and try deleting some of the unused text-to- speech (TTS) voices. Keep only the ones that you need. Delete any unused photos or MP3's...and also any unused vehicle icons on the unit. When the unit is booting, it loads in all of the vehicle icons allowing you to change the selected vehicle, so this too uses up valuable memory.
Most garbage comes from bad behaving third party application and it is impossible to tell which data is good and which is bad. You need to make hard reset, it empties all memories (including memory card).
So remove memory card, press *#7370# on the keyboard and hope for the best. Use external charger, so the phone does not run out of power, when it is programming itself.
Then you have brand new phone with 50MB of clean memory
I did this same thing and it worked for me EXCEPT the guide for the copy n paste Via the Organiser button didn't work so just did the old right click copy the "zip" file and right click on tomtom folder in the +my computer" menu paste AND wala
a) Internet Explorer memory is taking up too much space
b) Google Maps cache is taking up too much space
c) or the Volatile folder is taking up too much space...I have found three other people that say whack the contents of this folder....no naysayers just yet...
I had the same problem but figured it out. For some dumb reason, Caller ID numbers count against your total phonebook memory. So if you just delete all your Caller ID numbers (press the "Caller ID" button and then the "delete" button) then you'll be able to store new numbers in your phonebook.
If I could get my hands on the Uniden engineer that is responsible for this, I'd smack him! :)
- Navigate to - Address - Street and house number - In the "City" space at the top, type the postcode. (tap 123 button bottom left of keyboard to get the number pad) - You will see a list beneath of the countries that use the postcode. - Tap the country you want. - You then see a list of streets in that postcode area. - Tap the street name (or start typing it in) - Type in the house number.