GO : Automatic updates blocking navigation

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    Sodium

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    Hello,
    Today was the second time i had to go somewhere and got an update finalization prevening me from launching the app beacuse it needs to do some additional download to finish, which i can't do because i have no Internet access outside de house.
    Is there a way to turn of those auto updates, or at least to know when the app has done an update so i can run it and finish while i have wifi access?
    Running on a Motoral Xplay Android phone.
    Thanks in advance.
     
    Sodium, Dec 17, 2016
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    Could you tell us which model TomTom you are using.
    The Serial Number should start with 2 capital letters.
     
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    Hi,
    Thanks for your reply.
    I am not using a TomTom device. I use an Android phone with the TomTom GO application.
     
    Sodium, Dec 18, 2016
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    I am using version 1.140release/1.14 (1817) but do not get any automatic updates.
    I do not even get a notification when Updates are available.
    I am not very good with Smart Phones but presume it is somewhere in your Android settings that these Updates interfere with the route progress.
     
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