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Hi,

I have a TomTom VIA 1505 navigator. It has an SD port.

Can I use OpenStreetMaps on this device?

I currently live in Uzbekistan, and, unsurprisingly, TomTom does not sell a map for my locale.

If somebody has step by step instructions, a novice like myself can follow, it would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks, Uz-land

asked 28 Oct '14, 18:09

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Here is a little info on the wiki.
http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/TomTom

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answered 28 Oct '14, 19:00

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It's easyer with Garmin devices : the format has been reverse-engineered and mkgmap can turn osm data into Garmin format.

(29 Oct '14, 09:28) Vincent de P... ♦

I just saw this link in answer to another recent help question and noticed it may help in producing ECW maps for your device. I, however have not checked it out as i don't have a TomTom.
http://sourceforge.net/p/topomapcreator/wiki/ExtendedMapCreator/

(01 Nov '14, 12:39) nevw

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