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5th April 2014, 03:06 AM #1
Tomtom Go 950 Live Gps Problem
Are your maybe solutions for this problem?
If i driving with navigation, gps working very slow. The gps coming still behind. i am on other road, navigation gps on previous road.
I have this tomtom purchased with Benelux map and with dsa navcore. I have this Tomtom formatted on my computer and coupled with tomtom home to my account. Legal navcore(9.510), gpsfix and radars downloaded with Tomtom Home and map Europe 925.5412 installed.
Tomtom Live now 14 days free active. Tomtom hd trafic, radars etc automatic downloading (tomtom server).
Navigation working excellent. No problem but only gps working not good.
gps meta: Expiry=1397074642
I see in ephem file:
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Sorry my bad English. I am use Google translate.kaspersky_nl Reviewed by kaspersky_nl on . Tomtom Go 950 Live Gps Problem Hallo Are your maybe solutions for this problem? If i driving with navigation, gps working very slow. The gps coming still behind. i am on other road, navigation gps on previous road. I have this tomtom purchased with Benelux map and with dsa navcore. I have this Tomtom formatted on my computer and coupled with tomtom home to my account. Legal navcore(9.510), gpsfix and radars downloaded with Tomtom Home and map Europe 925.5412 installed. Tomtom Live now 14 days free active. Rating: 5
5th April 2014, 02:07 PM #2
Maybe the problem is your car. Some brands of cars do have a heat reflecting windscreen. You can check your GPS in the GPS-status menu. It is not only how many blue bars you see, but also how many bars reach to the top. If the bars only reach halfway, try a different place on your windscreen.
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5th April 2014, 09:48 PM #3Premium MemberJoin Date : May 2012Location : NetherlandsPosts : 84Thanks: 30
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For info: This means your gps ''expires'' on 04 / 09 / 14
It's a timestamp...For more info you can look here:
And don't worry...Shaman and I are dutch people so we know what you meant
5th April 2014, 10:11 PM #4GPS Contributor
and my experiance is that this quick gpsfix is useless
as we have seen in the past it can be wrong too
in this case i think its a navcore issue
if it was due to the windscreen , then kaspersky_nl would have noticed it before
sorry for my lousy English
7th April 2014, 02:37 AM #5
thanks baslft and tazmaniac for your advice.
Thank you Shaman for your help. You're right. I have problem found. Problem is auto windscreen. Auto have reflecting windscreen. i teried it differend place on auto widescreen. Tomtom working excellent with 12 satellites
I think the Dutch speak is forbidden on this website
Nederlands spreken is verboden volgens mij op deze website.
7th April 2014, 01:40 PM #6
It's an English forum, so the main language is English. Let's keep it that way.
But another happy customer is leaving the building.
Good luck with your 950.
7th April 2014, 02:29 PM #7
Thank you Shaman
I'll do it
I've got a question
Google logo not in the live function. There is only Local Searc without Google logo. How can i Google logo install?
7th April 2014, 03:01 PM #8
What's the difference between those 2 functions?
Cause I don't think you can get your Google logo back without installing an older navcore.
7th April 2014, 09:34 PM #9GPS Contributor
if language is a problem ; there are 2 ( two , twee ) places here on the forum where you are are allowed to speak your own language
8th April 2014, 08:59 PM #10Join Date : Aug 2013Location : Czech republicPosts : 6Thanks: 409
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