Not from TomTom, Willy, but they're available elsewhere.celebrity voices are no longer available.
It's not (except from TomTom's selections), but now I wonder which "Classic" the OP has? It's another one of those names that TT has 'reused' several times over the years. Based upon the request, I was assuming it was a Nav2. TomTom no longer shows the big list of Nav2 voices on their web site, but as noted, they're available elsewhere now.I didn't know it was possible to add voices to a Nav4?
See post #5 above. If your serial number is in the 2nd group, you won't be able to add 3rd party voices to your unit.I found the voices I wanted and unzipped them. But I can't seem to put them on my new device. So maybe I must settle with that. Is there a way to manage files on the TomTom.
Yeah, sorry. That's one of the more recent models to use the 'Classic' name.Bugger it is X6 - thx for the help anyway!
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