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Modify Tom Tom GPS language with your own voice commands

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#1 Martel


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Posted 28 November 2008 - 09:52 PM

Using your self recorded voice commands to use in your Tom Tom gps navigational device.

Always back up your device before all else.

The data files needed to dictate voice commands in your device are stored in a folder named voices within your device.

In order to create your own simply follow a few steps.

Always back up your device before all else.

Three things you will need...

A basic understanding of navigating through your directory. (using commands like cd directory name or cd..)

An audio capture device. I perfer Audacity.

A paint.net or paint type program for creating an image.

Get creative...
Like a pirate... commands like Port, starbord, arr matey, youve run aground.

Or in any language that you perfer. (Any Language even pig latin).

go to //create.tomtom.com/manuals/create-your-own-content/

Reply if you need any guidance

Edited by Martel, 29 November 2008 - 12:12 PM.

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