Multi Stop Route

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Greetings,

I am about to embark on a journey with my motorcycle. Now I have a planned route with quite a few stops. It there a way to program in these stops and get the route I want in the TomTom one?
 
Just save each stop as a Favorite, and then navigate to them one by one. No need to create a complex all-in-one routing. (Depending on the model of One you have, you may not be able to create an all-in-one route anyway.)
 
I keep reading that on the TomTom One 3rd Generation, there is an itinerary planning option. Where is it??
 
So you have a One 3rd Edition. Too bad! Itineraries are not a feature of this stripped down model.

But there is a way. Have you updated the firmware to Navcore 8? If so, you will want to roll it back to v7. Get it here:

http://www.oldboy.me.uk/TomTomUpdates/TTnav7.166.8497_ONE.cab

(If you are still using v7 firmware, then you don't need to do this.)

Next, forum member Birdman has written instructions on how to create a custom menu that will activate Itineraries - a 'hidden' feature of the 3rd Ed. (v8 firmware kills it!)

http://home.comcast.net/~spheasant1/Custom_menu.html

Good luck.
 
So you have a One 3rd Edition. Too bad! Itineraries are not a feature of this stripped down model.

But there is a way. Have you updated the firmware to Navcore 8? If so, you will want to roll it back to v7. Get it here:

http://www.oldboy.me.uk/TomTomUpdates/TTnav7.166.8497_ONE.cab

(If you are still using v7 firmware, then you don't need to do this.)

Next, forum member Birdman has written instructions on how to create a custom menu that will activate Itineraries - a 'hidden' feature of the 3rd Ed. (v8 firmware kills it!)

http://home.comcast.net/~spheasant1/Custom_menu.html

Good luck.


Thats great! One question, how do I roll back the firmware??
 
Backup your unit using Explorer. Make sure hidden files/folders are showing. Delete all loose files in the root of the unit. Use the link provided. Extract the files from the downloaded file and put them in the root of the unit.
 

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