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    Re: How to get maximum available RAM on small devices

    This is working well on my Go 300. The free memory has went up from 4,5 MB to 10MB after installing this and the device is noticeably faster! Thanks uploader!

    Is there anyway of getting the MP3 player back on it as I use my TT for listening to audio books?
    Would putting the MP3 player back on use up lots of memory?
    Thanks.

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    Re: How to get maximum available RAM on small devices

    This is great, will have to try it. I"ll post results. Thanks for this!

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    Re: How to get maximum available RAM on small devices

    Hi bmwdriver+,
    Thanks for a great Navcore 8.545 I have this running on my ageing GO300 in oneiq emulation with Loquendo 7.3 installed and anything from 7.5meg to 10.2meg free. My Bootloader is 5.5242 and the whole thing appears to be pretty stable.
    I did try patching my own version with DSA Tool and managed to get 12Meg free with the same setup....The only thing wrong with it the power button would not work and the DSA off menu option switched it off but you had to press the reset button to get it on again...

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    Re: How to get maximum available RAM on small devices

    Both links dead, I'm interested to try this
    I have a tomtom xl 330s TTS,
    It would be cool to have iq routes and things like that, but I dont think there's a map download that has those for my 1gb dev

    So as long as I can get my TTS, latest maps, corections and speedcams, I'm happy

    I'm running a 9.205 SE navcore right now,
    Emu x50, (tried x40, x40light2.3, ori, x40light)
    bton
    fmoff
    delgns
    noautooutsource

    The best I can get is 4mb
    so, if your map can keep those features, and make my tomtom not lag, I'll be a happy camper
    Last edited by Mike Carew; 1st June 2012 at 13:32.

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    Re: How to get maximum available RAM on small devices

    So my tt Go classic will work faster with another NC than my 9.061? Or is this one good enough?

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    Re: How to get maximum available RAM on small devices

    Hi,

    I have a smallscreen One V3 with 32MB of RAM & SD Slot.
    I've installed NavCore 9.061 with the latest 905.4754 Europe Maps (2.36GB).

    How should i finetune this TomTom to make it as fast as possible?

    Should i remove ASR/CSpeech files? Where do i find them?

    From my previous backup i've found a file called setconfig.txt with these settings:

    model:x40light
    changedtext:TomTom ONE
    usesetting
    btoff
    fmoff
    ttsoff
    delgns

    Can i re-use this file?
    Just copy & paste into my new installation?

    With the present configuration, i've also seen that the battery is deflating extremely fast.
    I guess it's because the device won't shut down completely, but goes in some 'sleep' mode....
    How can i fix this?

    Thanks !
    Regards,
    Danny from Belgium.

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    Re: How to get maximum available RAM on small devices

    Hey,

    I'm still looking for a recent NavCore v9.x working smoothly and fast for old 32 MB devices like the TomTom Go Classic.

    I've tried those bellow already but with no luck (got around 8MB free ram but device is freezing or turn off suddenly).

    I do not want to desactivate POIs and I'd like to use latest maps (910.XXXX) with ALG.

    Navcore 9.170 SE for 32 MB devices

    Navcore 9.485 for most models by Downunder35m

    nav_9.510+swap

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    Re: How to get maximum available RAM on small devices

    *** WARNING ***

    If you copy the NavCore provided in post #1
    How to get maximum available RAM on small devices
    you're gonna loose all your settings including favorites! :-(
    Last edited by v3rv3; 26th August 2013 at 22:59.

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    Re: How to get maximum available RAM on small devices

    Please update this download. Thanks.

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    Re: How to get maximum available RAM on small devices

    Quote Originally Posted by JanGG View Post
    Please update this download. Thanks.
    Still looking around ? Tell me which one do you like mostly, please.
    TomTom Tutorials & FAQ and for For an excellent tutorial clean install read LemonFish his post

    TomTom GO 910 - Navcore 9.485 Bootloader 5.5128 Hitachi HDD replaced by SDHC 32GB Class 10
    TomTom Rider v2 - Navcore 9.500 v5 Menu Bootloader 5.5128 32MB available 5.1MB BeNeLux - Europe

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