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    Question is there any bluetooth isues with navcore 9058

    i just wanted to confirm,thanks

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    Re: is there any bluetooth isues with navcore 9058

    Yes, there are, for example the following bit that I am copy pasting from another forum:

    TT GO 530 Bluetooth Problem

    GO 530, NC 9.058, bootloader 5.5128, UK & ROI 865.3245.

    If I switch on as normal bluetooth won't connect to my phone (Blackberry 8900). bluetooth is enabled. If I switch off by pressing the reset button and then re-start, bluetooth connects and works OK until I switch off by pressing the top button - if I start normally again bluetooth wont connect again - I have to reset every time.

    Tried clearflash, BTON in the setconfig.text file but this does nothing.

    Have the same problem with NC 9.024, 9.101 and another which I can't remember.

    I have to reset the clock every time I do a hard reset.

    The hardware is OK as bluetooth connects perfectly every time using NC 9.004 but I prefer the look of the menus in 9.058 (I think its the x40 style menus I prefer).

    1. Is there a way around this problem so that I can keep using 9.058?
    2. Can the menus of 9.004 be made to look like 9.058?
    3. Is ther another NC I should try?
    Last edited by lemonfish; 28th March 2011 at 10:29.
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    Re: is there any bluetooth isues with navcore 9058

    well i have a tt go 630 and mine seems to be compatible with 9058 and not 9004

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    Re: is there any bluetooth isues with navcore 9058

    GO530 or GO630 = no difference when it comes to navcores. I have the GO730 and it's almost exactly like your model, just that yours is a later model.

    GO530 = 1Gb of internal memory
    GO630 = 2Gb of internal memory
    GO730 = 2Gb of internal memory
    GO930 = 4Gb of internal memory

    As you can see, the size of the memory is the only major difference between all the models. The only other difference with the GO630 (apart from the fact it was released 6 months after the other models) is that the "FM transmitter" option has been removed. Apart from that, everything else is the same. They all have the same CPU & RAM, they all use the same GPS chipset, and the latest official navcore for ALL of them is 8.561. What will work on one model will also work on the other - no exceptions!

    Why don't you just try the 9.058 navcore on your model, since it seems to be working for you, and let us know if bluetooth is working reliably.
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    Re: is there any bluetooth isues with navcore 9058

    the 9058 and the 9_160_cce_v_1 seem to be ok,but didn't test bluetooth yet, i also see that you are working with the original navcore
    oh by the way thanks for the help
    Last edited by rpaul; 28th March 2011 at 13:49.

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