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TomTom INSTRUCTIONS: ADDING .GPX FILES TO TOMTOM

 
1. Go to MyDrive.

2. Click on the My Routes menu.

3. If you are not already logged in with your TomTom-account, log in now.

4. Click Import a GPX file.

5. Click Select File to browse your computer for the file you want to upload.

6. Once the GPX file is uploaded the tracks are extracted and show under the My Routes menu.

7. If your device is connected to your computer with a USB cable the track will be synced right away. If not, syncing will happen the next time you switch on your device and log in to your TomTom-account close ...

a. In the Main Menu of your navigation device, select TomTom Services

b. Select MyDrive and log in with your email address and password

c. MyDrive is now activated and ready to sync your items

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1. Connect your TomTom to your PC via USB lead provided

2. Press yes on TomTom to accept computer connection

3. Go to My Computer

4. Right Click on the TomTom icon

5. Click Explore

6. Double click itn folder to open

7. In a new window open the you downloaded and saved your Route-Led routes into

8. Copy the .itn files from your PC into the itn folder on your TomTom

9. Go to My Computer

10. Right click on TomTom icon

11. Click Safely Remove

12. Unplug your TomTom from your computer
 
SUPPLYMENT
After downloading the route file (.itn type) to your computer, connect your device (or memory card) to your computer and copy the file to the itn folder on your memory card. If no itn folder exists, you can easily create one. On your TomTom, select Itinerary planning from the main menu and a folder named itn will be created automatically.
 

You can also import OV2 files with a maximum size of 2MB from your computer using the following steps:

  1. Go to MyDrive.
  2. Click on the My Places menu. 
  3. If you are not already logged in with your TomTom-account, log in now.
  4. Click on POI files.
  5. Click Import POI file.
  6. Click Select File to browse your computer for the file you want to upload.
  7. If your device is connected to your computer with a USB cable the .OV2 file will be synced right away. If not, syncing will happen the next time you switch on your device and log in to your TomTom-account [show me how...]
 
 
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