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    Re: Navcores 9.061 & 9.170 for 32Mb ONE models [by mark cat]

    Quote Originally Posted by tomtom linux user View Post
    I installed 9.170SE and a 2gb 900.4602 North America map on my ONE XLS. Everything works except my Loquendo computer voice (susan, english). I installed the voice from tomtom home, but it does not work. There is an error, this item does not work on your device. Any suggestions?
    Try VocalizerTTS instead. See this thread:

    TTS Vocalizer voices (also Dutch, Italian and German)
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    TomTom GO 730, Navcore 9.051c, 64Mb RAM, Australia 910.4892, Bootloader: 5.5250
    TomTom ONE v1, Navcore 9.170SE, 32Mb RAM, Australia 910.4892, Bootloader: 5.5244

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    Re: Navcores 9.061 & 9.170 for 32Mb ONE models [by mark cat]

    Thank you lemonfish, you have been a great help to myself and many others. I did get Loquendo working eventually. I overwrote the "Loquendo" folder (that tomtom home installed) and "Voices" folder with my backed-up folders. Having searched around a bit on gpsunderground I believe that there was probably a "file conflict" creating this problem. 18.5 Mb free on my 2007 ONE XLS...not too shabby. XLS is a bit unique, but an excellent piece of hardware. Thanks again.

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    Re: Navcores 9.061 & 9.170 for 32Mb ONE models [by mark cat]

    There is a Navecore-version 9.450 for 32mb-devices on other forums!

    Is this a better/more actual choice for my TomTom One V2?

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    Re: Navcores 9.061 & 9.170 for 32Mb ONE models [by mark cat]

    Quote Originally Posted by Europalette View Post
    There is a Navecore-version 9.450 for 32mb-devices on other forums!
    It is a navcore with swap, I suppose someone made it using DSA tool

    Is this a better/more actual choice for my TomTom One V2?
    You'd better use a 8.XXX navcore for example 8.417 or 8.419.
    If you want to use maps with HNR then you have to use a 9.XXX

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    Re: Navcores 9.061 & 9.170 for 32Mb ONE models [by mark cat]

    Quote Originally Posted by Europalette View Post
    There is a Navecore-version 9.450 for 32mb-devices on other forums!

    Is this a better/more actual choice for my TomTom One V2?
    In the TomTom world, "newer" doesn't necessarily mean "better".

    I've found 9.170 SE to be the best v9 navcore so far for all ONE and ONE XL models.
    The 9.160 navcore is good too, but only for small 3.5 inch screen ONE models.
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    TomTom GO 730, Navcore 9.051c, 64Mb RAM, Australia 910.4892, Bootloader: 5.5250
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    Re: Navcores 9.061 & 9.170 for 32Mb ONE models [by mark cat]

    Okay, so thank you very, very much foir your help!

    In addition, i have some questions:

    1.) What does the "SE" in the Navecore 9.170 means?
    2.) So i can also use the Navecore 9.160, because of the 3,5"-Display of my TomTom One V2! Is there a better Diplay-solution because of the "only 3,5"-support, or what is the difference?
    3.) What is a "swap"-file?
    4.) In the Navecore-Version 9.450, i often read something about an emulation! What does this means?
    5.) What ist the best Bootloader for my device?


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    Re: Navcores 9.061 & 9.170 for 32Mb ONE models [by mark cat]

    Quote Originally Posted by lemonfish View Post
    Try VocalizerTTS instead. See this thread:

    TTS Vocalizer voices (also Dutch, Italian and German)
    Why i can't edit my previous post(s)?

    If "Loquendo computer voice" doesn't work on your (32mb-)TomTom, just copy the "LoquendoTTS"-folder from the Navcore 9.450 for 32mb-devices (discussed above) to the internal storage-/storage-card-root, where the " Navcores 9.061 & 9.170 for 32Mb ONE models [by mark cat]" is already installed!
    After that, check the voice-setting-menu of your TomTom and have fun!

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    Re: Navcores 9.061 & 9.170 for 32Mb ONE models [by mark cat]

    Quote Originally Posted by Europalette View Post
    Okay, so thank you very, very much foir your help!

    In addition, i have some questions:

    1.) What does the "SE" in the Navecore 9.170 means?
    2.) So i can also use the Navecore 9.160, because of the 3,5"-Display of my TomTom One V2! Is there a better Diplay-solution because of the "only 3,5"-support, or what is the difference?
    3.) What is a "swap"-file?
    4.) In the Navecore-Version 9.450, i often read something about an emulation! What does this means?
    5.) What ist the best Bootloader for my device?

    1) SE navcores are basically hacked versions of the official navcores by "TTuser". They allow extra features on devices that normally don't have these features.
    2) Yes, you can try either navcore. The main difference between the two navcores is the 9.170 has 2 panels instead of 3.
    3) Do you mean switchfiles? Using switchfiles, you can modify the look and feel of your TomTom. Certain features can also be turned on or off.
    4) Emulation refers to the look and features. Changing emulation changes both. Not every emulation is compatible with every model.
    5) Best to leave the bootloader as is, unless it's under 5.5015. Bootloader versions 5.5128 and 5.5136 are common for upgraded ONE models.
    TomTom Tutorials & FAQ
    TomTom GO 730, Navcore 9.051c, 64Mb RAM, Australia 910.4892, Bootloader: 5.5250
    TomTom ONE v1, Navcore 9.170SE, 32Mb RAM, Australia 910.4892, Bootloader: 5.5244

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    Re: Navcores 9.061 & 9.170 for 32Mb ONE models [by mark cat]

    1) SE navcores are basically hacked versions of the official navcores by "TTuser". They allow extra features on devices that normally don't have these features.!)

    Okay, and what does "SE" stand for? Only by TTuser?

    2) Yes, you can try either navcore. The main difference between the two navcores is the 9.170 has 2 panels instead of 3.

    What are these panels?

    3) Do you mean switchfiles? Using switchfiles, you can modify the look and feel of your TomTom. Certain features can also be turned on or off.

    No, "swap"-file, like SirfStar says about!

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    Re: Navcores 9.061 & 9.170 for 32Mb ONE models [by mark cat]

    "SE" stands for Special Edition.

    I have a question regarding features of Navcore 9.170

    Can you still use custom splash screens for startup and shutdown and custom sounds for startup and shutdown?
    Also can the Navcore use icons for the car symbol instead of the default "arrow"
    Lastly on my TT One V2 using Nacore 8.417 I can have a warning sound before I come to a POI. This is most useful
    for alerting to speed cameras.

    Thanks in advance for anyone who can answer

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