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TomTom GPS Devices Hit By Computer Bug

Posted on April 3, 2012

AMSTERDAM — Users of malfunctioning TomTom GPS navigation devices around the world are experiencing grey screens and a message saying the machine lacks a GPS signal. The company said “a limited number of models” are affected by a problem with its global positioning system firmware — the code embedded into the devices.

The issue first emerged on March 31. TomTom advises users to reset their devices by holding down the on/off button for 20 seconds, which acts as a temporary fix.

TomTom told the BBC it will update customers on which models are affected as soon as they know more.

Read the full story from the BBC here.

Source: British Broadcasting Corporation

Related Topics: GPS Navigation, portable navigation, technology, TomTom

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