TomTom Updates

  Daiol 20:34 14 Jul 2011

Hi,I have a TomTom one Xl,Went to update my device and add new uk maps which cost £39.60,Download was succesful but on the section of installing the new maps onto the SD card a box appeared telling me that there was not enough space on my card and would have to make room of 10.9mb. Now how can one make room on the SD card that means that I would have to delete something.They have taken my money also awaiting their reply within two days. can any one help me out here please.

  TonyV 20:53 14 Jul 2011


Use TomTom Home software and delete the existing map and then install the map you downloaded. I also have a One XL.



  woodchip 22:55 14 Jul 2011

as above you will be surprised how much junk is on the card, i had the same message for mine but no sd card. i had to do it with tom tom connected to remove from the gps

  Daiol 08:24 15 Jul 2011

Thanks both for support.Did what you suggested and all worked well. Tony said that you had a one XL.Can you give me a little info on it,Regarding the bluetooth have you connected your phone to it as I have failed.Any further tips would be grateful. Thanks both once again.

  TonyV 09:55 15 Jul 2011


I only use mine to get from A to B in the car and do not use bluetooth, or any other colour tooth for that matter, system! My mobile is only ever used as a means to an end, and is hardly ever used!! I would suggest you visit the TomTom site via your Home software and see what information they can give you. I have to say that on the odd occasions I have had to use them, they have been extremely helpful, but you may have to wait for 24 hours to get a workable answer.



  woodchip 11:32 15 Jul 2011

as above for me plus i do not have any blue toother or other, mine is also a TT1

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