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Old 22-11-2007, 08:54 AM
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Route66 Mobile 7

Trying to install route66 mobile v7.3.5......
after trying to install the SIS through file manager i get:

Install Mobile7, i click yes
Then i get a message saying "Certificate Error. Contact the application provider"

Any ideas on how i get the app to install?

Just to confirm;
Software installation = ALL
Online Certificate check = Off

Thanks in advance

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Old 22-11-2007, 11:38 AM
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n00b alert.

need to sign the app first. Use search function.

p.s: Route 66 is the dogs b0llucks.

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Old 22-11-2007, 11:43 AM
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If you mean dogs bollocks as in crap, I agree.

Still, it does for those whom havent been spoilt by using tomtom.

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Old 22-11-2007, 12:48 PM
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Still, it does for those whom havent been spoilt by using tomtom.
I agree Bartman, Tomtom is the mutts nuts ;-)

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Old 22-11-2007, 02:18 PM
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tomtom needs a gps receiver ... cant be bothered to carry that around too. Ive naivigated with route66 in uk usa and europe, all been excellent. Can;t ask for anything more.

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Old 22-11-2007, 02:21 PM
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Could ask for better routes and better instructions. And this is on version 8 with the latest maps

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Old 22-11-2007, 05:28 PM
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PM me your IMEI and i will sign it and send you the file

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Old 22-11-2007, 05:59 PM
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I just tried route66 for the first time, and I miss tomtom, i hope they release a new one with internal gps support. I HATE route 66!

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Old 22-11-2007, 10:20 PM
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I just tried route66 for the first time, and I miss tomtom, i hope they release a new one with internal gps support. I HATE route 66!
Me too, just tried it tonight and it thought i was on a road about 2 miles from the one i was actually on

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Old 23-11-2007, 12:29 AM
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I agree Bartman, Tomtom is the mutts nuts ;-)
Well my opinion is if Tomtom was so much the mutts nuts how come they still havent got it working with internal receiver surely they would have been first to
I have never used tomtom but have used route66 for a couple of years and must say I have found it reliable just a couple of months ago used it to take me 1500 miles from uk to spain and had no probs with it

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Old 23-11-2007, 08:18 AM
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Well my opinion is if Tomtom was so much the mutts nuts how come they still havent got it working with internal receiver surely they would have been first to
I have never used tomtom but have used route66 for a couple of years and must say I have found it reliable just a couple of months ago used it to take me 1500 miles from uk to spain and had no probs with it
agreed.

You people honestly cant complain about route66 as some (most) of you have got it for free and there is no usage cost. If its showing your location a 2 miles from where you really are then its not route66 but your internap GPs receiver

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Old 23-11-2007, 09:15 AM
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I can

I definatly paid for mine (like *ALL* my software), and quite frankly its not good enough.

When it takes routes much longer/further than tomtom navigator 5, which is a very old version with old maps, you get second thoughts as to its reliability. Not too mention the issue it has with corners and voice guidance.

Oh, and postcodes. Ive no idea what database they used, but its not as good as the one on the 2 years old tomtom
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Old 23-11-2007, 09:51 AM
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You people honestly cant complain about route66 as some (most) of you have got it for free and there is no usage cost. If its showing your location a 2 miles from where you really are then its not route66 but your internap GPs receiver
Don't make assumptions, especially casting dispersions on us that we are all pirates (Arrr, how dare ye)!
Route66 is, at best, all right but compared to the user friendliness and accuracy of TomTom it is lagging behind.

@fiddles: TomTom not supporting internal GPS doesn't make the functionality poor, which is what we are talking about, and if you have never used it then you can't really comment on that. If your happy with Route66 then stick with it and avoid TomTom because it will reveal Route66's weaknesses

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Old 23-11-2007, 10:00 AM
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Don't make assumptions, especially casting dispersions
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I think you meant "casting aspersions" or "making disparaging charges"

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Old 23-11-2007, 10:10 AM
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Well my opinion is if Tomtom was so much the mutts nuts how come they still havent got it working with internal receiver surely they would have been first to
I have never used tomtom but have used route66 for a couple of years and must say I have found it reliable just a couple of months ago used it to take me 1500 miles from uk to spain and had no probs with it
You are right about the internal GPS, IMO they could have released a patch for it (But I'm not a programer, so don't know for sure) but my guess is they would rather sell more of the new version rather than patch for free. TBH I don't like that in a company, they should be looking after existing customers as well, but there we go...

I have also bought both Route66 and Tomtom 6 and I agree that Route66 is very good, but Tomtom just seems better, probably as it's more customisable.
 

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