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Topic # 5276 14-Oct-2005 23:44
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at present I have tom tom 3 on an hprx3700 ipaq. I have dowloaded many poi's from various sites to use on my european and uk maps. If I upgrade to tom tom 5 with the new maps will I still be able to use these poi's

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 21725 19-Oct-2005 12:09
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mine worked fine when i upgraded, i use poi warner and had no problems as the poi's are stored in with the map, tom tom thinks there part of it. by the the way if you can upgrade through tom tom and not buying a new package out of the shop its far cheaper.

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Reply # 21755 19-Oct-2005 21:25
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cheers thanks for that. just upgraded. What happened to your favorites. Did you have to set them up again or did they get transfered in the upgrade.


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 21772 20-Oct-2005 07:56
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I think you will need to set them up again as you install a updated map. I did use a new sd card so i had no choice. bye the way there is a update from tom tom that stops the sat nav from turning off the bluetooth when you exit the software

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Reply # 21774 20-Oct-2005 08:27
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thanks i will try that.

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