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6th February 2018, 08:30 PM #261Join Date : Sep 2014Location : GermanyPosts : 457Thanks: 1,633
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The High-Level Australia_1000_8643 is your only choice (not Low-Level or Carminat), if no code for the original NB1-Australia_1000_8681 exist. But you must make an "editing" of the High-Level-Australia_1000_8643 map-folder with some parts of a original Australia-NB1-map. Look in the NB1-patching-instructions from @Greatnloopy.
Info about the features of High- and Low-Level-Maps:
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All maps with check marks who need a NC 9.0xx (and higher) are High-Level. Everything with check marks under NC 9.0xx is Low-Level. Carminat (1000_8644) is a special case, the most features of a High-Level map are included.
12th June 2018, 06:03 PM #262TomTom Expert
Maps Meta will arrive soon
TT maps for newer units currently being downloaded, so the new units will have the speed cams on already. An other units will need to copy the speed cams across the the maps and await until updated. Those who already have the maps and speedcams uplated live, will not need to bother. That only applies to licenced subscriptionsOne day, someone might make things work perfectly before release. Sadly not in my or your lifetime. At least by finding problems and sorting them, we are still alive.
12th June 2018, 07:46 PM #263Join Date : Jun 2018Location : StraliaPosts : 4Thanks: 0
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GO 730 Map authentication errors
Tomtom GO 730
Fastactivate updated to latest version via interface.
not usinf a ttgo,bif file (Australia works fine without)
Australia map 100050 installed and activated, works properly.
New maps downloaded (below) and copied to 730, Meta patched, when activated I get a .dct error
Maps (allegedly) have meta file included with the download:
USA South_West_8764map Fastactivate error: managed to get past the .dct error (that I got numerous times), the software reported that it was OK, but when I try to switch to the map, the GO says that "you cannot use this map on this device US_South_West-101485
USA South_West_8821 map Fastactivate error: US_South_West-10438.mets => .dct ERROR
What am I doing wrong?
I'm going on a road trip to California and Nevada, hence the map that I chose, if someone can suggest an alternate map to try, I'll give it a go.
Thanks for reading.
12th June 2018, 08:01 PM #264TomTom Expert
Please read the abough. Until the meta file is released, it will not workOne day, someone might make things work perfectly before release. Sadly not in my or your lifetime. At least by finding problems and sorting them, we are still alive.
12th June 2018, 08:31 PM #265AdministratorJoin Date : Dec 2011Location : UKPosts : 3,324Thanks: 8,724
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Note the latest announcement from TT themselves confirms the rumours we'd already heard about a secondary release
and I quote:- "In France on 1 July, the speed limits for two-lane roads will drop from 90 to 80 km / h. For this reason, TT will release an additional Europe map release (v10.11) with updated speed limits before the end of June."Please do not just post "thanks" but use the "thanks" button bottom/right or the reputation star "*" bottom/leftS i m p l e s
13th June 2018, 02:16 AM #266Join Date : Dec 2011Location : UKPosts : 116Thanks: 109
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That's a lot of additional releases if every collection that includes France gets re-issued !! Wish I'd known this BEFORE I downloaded Europe_West 1010 map !! Might as well wait 3 weeks and just do the re-issued one. TT could have saved a LOT of time and money by doing it all in one go !! Never mind .... perhaps I need the practise ..
13th June 2018, 06:09 PM #267Join Date : Jan 2012Location : UE (France)Posts : 465Thanks: 1,123
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TT has already prepared its maps with the permitted speed limit corrections.
They will only be published from 1 July ON CONDITION that the implementing decrees are signed by the Prime Minister and published in the official journal of the French Republic.
And in France, it can last a certain time...
Let us hope that he (the Prime Minister) makes me lie, anyway with or without delay, the decrees will be signed.
16th June 2018, 03:50 PM #268Join Date : Jan 2012Location : UE (France)Posts : 465Thanks: 1,123
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Roads at 80 km/h: Édouard Philippe signed the decree
400,000 kilometres of roads, among the most accident-prone, are concerned.
It's done! Édouard Philippe (Prime Minister) signed a decree on Friday 15 June officially reducing the speed limit on certain national and departmental roads, reports the daily Le Parisien. The measure will be published in the Official Journal Sunday and will apply from 1 July.
Watch carefully your dear foreign friends who will take the roads now limited to 80 km / h.
22nd June 2018, 03:17 PM #269TomTom Expert
It will hit a lot of maps. France appears in Europe, Nortern Europe, Central Europe, Western Europe, The France Zones. There are quite a few in UK I have spotted wrong speed limits. Some are correct, many not. A few cut to 20mph on TT but not yet on signs. Protten some last Thurdays, and some yesterday on a different rout, but all are bus routes. The others have been mostly changed already. I was mostly in Bury yesterday and quite a few signs had changed since last there a few weeks ago. Who is paying for it EU? or National governments?One day, someone might make things work perfectly before release. Sadly not in my or your lifetime. At least by finding problems and sorting them, we are still alive.
22nd June 2018, 04:13 PM #270TomTom Expert
From experience, it will not take so long to download the replacement maps, if the existing ones are already present. On my unit, I have currently 10 maps downloaded to cover the world with a couple more local maps. Some space for others should I need them. When TT release new maps, it just says 10 downloads to update, and does it all in about an hour. With a new SDCard that is empty, to download takes ages and is done, individually. So I would suggest that you do not bother to wait until the new release. Indeed, it may be that they just update your existing map(s). But then, it really depends on whether you subscribe to maps, or just hope and pray new metas will be released. It is likely the two big files will change. I have noticed on the map on the unit, there are a few errors, but actually MyDrive route planner on the PC and phone are actually better and correct some mistakes. Hoping the new release will rectify those too....probably not
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