One 3rd Ed Contacts Folder

Discussion in 'General TomTom Discussion' started by mowogg, Dec 29, 2007.

  1. mowogg

    mowogg

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    I am looking through the backup of my One 3rd Ed and found a folder called "Contacts" that contains two items: a file called "buddies.dat" and one called "called.txt. I can open the .txt file in a text editor and it contains two local phone numbers. I haven't called either of these, and the 3rd Ed doesn't have bluetooth, so I can't imagine that it picked them up from any nearby cell phone.

    here's what's in the file:
    "","+1-818-238-3333","DEFAULT"
    "","+1-626-397-5711","DEFAULT"

    The second number googles as Huntington Ambulatory Care Center. The first doesn't come up as anything. Dies anyone know where the TomTom may have obtained these numbers?

    Just curious, thanks!
     
    mowogg, Dec 29, 2007
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  2. mowogg

    pajuggalo Guest

    According to Google

    1-818-238-3333 is the Burbank California police department
    1-626-397-5711 is Huntington hospital in Pasedina(?) California

    Maybe it's you local emergency contacts?

    I was looking through mine, and the only thing I have listed is buddies, and it's showing as a movie go figure?
     
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    pajuggalo, Dec 30, 2007
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  3. mowogg

    pajuggalo Guest

    OK, I was playing around last night, with "HELP ME" and it dumped a contact list, as follows:

    "Emergency services","911","DEFAULT"
    "","+1-717-684-7735","DEFAULT"
    "","+1-717-684-3228","DEFAULT"
    "","+1-717-285-7292","DEFAULT"
    "","+17176845100","DEFAULT"
    "","+17176848285","DEFAULT"
    "","+1-717-684-5338","DEFAULT"
    "","+1-717-684-6361","DEFAULT"
    "","+1-717-684-0025","DEFAULT"

    Police, fire, and medical local to me
     
    pajuggalo, Dec 30, 2007
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