POI Alert on TomTom XL

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  1. rvillar

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    I just bought a new TomTom XL (model: 4ET03) and I am not able to find a way to configure alerts to POIs.

    I cannot find at the Option menu the "manage POI" option. In fact I notice that in this model the menu misses a lot of configuration options that I had in my previous TomTom (One XL-S).

    Can anyone suggest me how can I solve it to configure alerts for POI?

    Thanks!
     
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    There is no model 4ET03 but from your description, you may have a model with 'EasyMenu' with significantly fewer options that those models with the full compliment.

    Missing includes the 'manage pois' and set up warnings for pois'
     
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    4ET03 is the model number that it's described at the bottom of the TomTom. Anyway, you are right this is a model that came with the "EasyMenu".

    Is there a way to change the software to update it to a version with the full menu?

    Thanks again!
     
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    Afraid not, there are no hacks or app updates that will do that......
     
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