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    PDA GPS camera and poi software

    does anyone know where i can get software for my PDA that tells me
    where the speed cameras and Points of intrest are

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    Pretty certain there's a plug in for Tom Tom for camera's.
    I'll point Moby to this thread as he's getting it.

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    http://www.pocketgps.co.uk/

    Have a look there they maintain a speed camera database and host downloads for the software to warn you. I use TT2 and checkpoint. I also use the postcode software as TT2 doesn't have postcodes.

    They have info on all gps software and the forums are very good, just search before you post as they get a bit fed-up with people posting thesame questions. They have different sub forums for each type of hardware and software.

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    i dont have tom tom

    i have the medion navigation software

    cheers for the link flibb

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    do a search for medion and speedcamera and you should find what your after. There were some posts asking the same thing recently. Think there is a section for the medion nav software.

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    for standalone speed camera software have a look for trafcam.

    www.trafcam.com
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    If there's one for your software on
    http://www.pocketgps.co.uk/
    its normally free

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    There's a version of POI Warner that's compatible with the Medion Navigon software
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    yeah thats the one i want but they only take credit card..and i dont have one
    to get hold of a licence key

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    I'm now using checkPOI with the pcketgpd database - its ok , though I think the db needs an update as its missed a few new cams near me.
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    Most databases rely on users telling admin where they cameras are. If using checkpoint assign a key to record a POI, then when you go past one that is not logged, hit the key to record it. You can then send the details to the database admin.
    To keep upto date I use poiync, its a free utility that keeps all your poi's updated. Can be set to check weekly or on each sync. Has loads of options and can get poi's from a range of sites including pocketgpsworld. You can also display a map of the UK on your PC and add/remove poi's. Full details and setup guide
    http://www.pocketgps.co.uk/PocketGPSPOISync.php

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