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Old Mar 12th 2007, 10:37 am
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Hi we,ve arrived in brisbane well 6 weeks ago, after losing 2 sale,s on the house in England 3rd time lucky what a relief ! i was just wondering if any one has a tom tom go sat nav with a sd card for the tom tom go classic with the australia map, i have the map for England with the post codes and speed camera,s well basically it has everything on and i dont need it any more with being in oz but i need the australia map on a sd card if any one could it would be great, many thanks
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Old Mar 12th 2007, 11:21 am
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there are plenty of torrents around that you could errrr download an evalution copy from......
im running tomtom v6 on my pda and got hold of the maps without trouble.....
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Old Mar 12th 2007, 11:29 am
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there are plenty of torrents around that you could errrr download an evalution copy from......
im running tomtom v6 on my pda and got hold of the maps without trouble.....
They don't work on the standard TomTom units. You won't find them online - only the mobile/PDA/Symbian versions. And since the maps for the actual TomTom units are backed up by a serial key which requires activating at ttcode.com - your only real option is to buy them.
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there are ways to get round this too... by using keygens and the like... as long as you can read SD cards on your pc of course..... takes a little more working out thats all... comes in handy for backups etc fo course...
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Old Mar 12th 2007, 1:14 pm
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They don't work on the standard TomTom units. You won't find them online - only the mobile/PDA/Symbian versions. And since the maps for the actual TomTom units are backed up by a serial key which requires activating at ttcode.com - your only real option is to buy them.
hi, i copied my english one st8 on to a 528 sd card for my brother inlaw and popped in his tomtom 500 as id updated my maps and it worked st8 away for us, i was just checking if anyone was going to england and wanted to exchange cards thanks for the reply
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hi all. we are looking to move to oz june time. is it cheaper to get sat nav in uk or wait til we go down under, thanks
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hi all. we are looking to move to oz june time. is it cheaper to get sat nav in uk or wait til we go down under, thanks
This was a question I was thinking of asking, But did a search round and from what I can see it looks like they are cheaper in the UK.
Be intresting to follow this thread to see.
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Originally Posted by joe north east View Post
hi, i copied my english one st8 on to a 528 sd card for my brother inlaw and popped in his tomtom 500 as id updated my maps and it worked st8 away for us, i was just checking if anyone was going to england and wanted to exchange cards thanks for the reply
Hi , We also have a Tom Tom ONE - UK & Ireland - with all the bells and whistles! We would be happy to swap cards for an Australian one if any one is coming back to the UK/Ireland!
My god I cant wait to get out there !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Hi , We also have a Tom Tom ONE - UK & Ireland - with all the bells and whistles! We would be happy to swap cards for an Australian one if any one is coming back to the UK/Ireland!
My god I cant wait to get out there !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Someone told me the tomtom one is to small for the australia map
not sure if this is true or not
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I have a tomtom classic and the torrents are a good way to go, using the keygen of course!

Or

There's some one selling them on ebay with the activation codes on SD (not for PDA's though) for i think £50.

The Australia map is actually less memory then my UK map.

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Old Mar 16th 2007, 1:53 pm
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Someone told me the tomtom one is to small for the australia map
not sure if this is true or not
Its the size of the sd card mate not the actual unit, you can make a copy of your original to hard drive then buy a new sd card with bigger memory and add loads more add ons, voices, speed cameras etc..
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