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Topic # 34839 30-May-2009 10:11
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Up until now TomTom Navigator 7 was only available with select HTC devices. Now they're making it available with a SD card - no download option yet.

I am not sure it's available outside UK, since I haven't tried the "Buy" option yet.

http://www.tomtom.com/landing_pages/navigator7/en-gb/





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  Reply # 220213 31-May-2009 21:28
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They have it available on other language Tom Tom web pages as well, so presumably it is available (or at least in the countries on their web site). You need one of their approved phones, because it needs to be configured for the specific phone. I can confirm that it does work on a Glofiish X610. Actually works really well. I saw it somewhere, tried it somehow, loved it lots, deleted it as one can't simply buy a license for it. I wonder if they would allow one to pay for it and find a hack to work on a non-supported phone until the phone gets supported. I'd go for it if they would.




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