TomTom ONE Editon

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    ironhead

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    Hello all, simple question. How do I figure out which edition I have?
     
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    I was just about to ask the same question! I figured out how to find out the software version number, but I can't find anything about the hardware.

    Software version: Hit the spot for route info (where you see your speed). On the "status summary", there's "version 8.014". That's clickable. Push it and you'll get a display like this:

    Device [10 alphanumeric characters that probably identify my unit]
    App 8.014 (9372/080613) OS: 198799
    32 MB RAM (free: 3.0 MB)
    GPS v1.21, Boot 5.5019
    Map: 'United_States' v725.1905
    Language: English US

    There's also a license disclaimer, and a "copyright" button with no useful info.

    I'd like to know what each of those lines mean, just because I'm a programmer myself and curious.
     
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    Connect your unit to Home and use its menu for System Information. Will tell you the model and other info.
     
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    Its says TomTom One "New Edition". So is this the the first edition?
     
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