any one? ...........
I have noname chinese Doubledin with wince 5.0 which came with igo8 (works like a charm) but i really like tom tom so i installed it on a new sd card works fine but freezes after a couple of mins due to the power scheme of wince .so i manually set all option of the power scheme to never by accessing the os after that it worked fine ,but the thing is if u turn off ur car the power sceme option reset it self to the default settings as it is on a rom .
so is there any solution for this freezing problem?.
some one told me that u have to make mortscript in tom tom folder which can set the power scheme option to never and than it can run tom tom every single time with never settings.So if its true is there any body capable enough to write this mortscript.
I will be very thankfull to him/her.
btw this my double din in the link below.
any one? ...........
Did you try this
Mine works perfect now......
ur a legend man .
Last edited by lemonfish; 14th March 2012 at 07:04. Reason: language
were here to help dude........
I just received something similar to the doubleDin device running WinCE 5.0.
As I don't like the shipped iGo, tried to install TomTom. Managed to install 7.915.9196 and 7.910.9185.
For the 7.915.9196, there is no way for it to find the map. Transferred map around but continuously failed.
So I found and installed 7.910.9185 which is made for MIO MOOV. For this version, there is no way to find the GPS device! The configuration is:
- Other GPS NMEA
- 4800 bauds
- 3 ports (ONLY!) to chose:
1. Serial cable on COM1:
2. Serial cable on COM2:
3. IrCOMM on COM3:
Port 3 is the one that gave some sign of presence of GPS but never managed to find the GPS device.
Corporal Script, could you please let me know what is the TT7 version you are using? Thanks.
There is a little yellow and blue circle that rotates when communicating with device,was that present? If so, it will work eventually,just try all ports and bauds till you see this move.Report back......
Under COM1: and COM2: there is no signal at all. The yellow and blue circle spins only with COM3: . By testing all different BAUD I saw that actually 4800 baud was the cause. Unfortunately this is the value I have always used in my several installations of TomTom on SIRF-based devices and it never failed.
Under COM3: the GPS tester tool, shipped with the device, displayed unreadable characters for all BAUD values except for 9600. When I configured it to COM3/9600 BAUD then the device fixed all right the signal. Apparently values set with SIRFIII chip are not the same as with UBLOX!
Many thanks for your skill and time.
I've no skill my friend,just been there and done that :-)...Pleased its working for you!
I've a mio spirit 370 with WinCe 5, I installed visual 320-240 with succes on, but no way to instal tomtom, the device have no memory slot, thankx for help