Yep. I've only done called with it once to play with it, but it sounds like you don't have the phoco software installed on the 8525. To be a modem it doesn't need anything more than bluetooth working. But to use phoco you need to install the phoco application on your device. Then you should be able to use phoco (or the CF integrated version) to search the serial points and find the correct port (7 for me).
that differences there?
there will also again be a free mappoint plugin in the next release... It will be a Beta, but it will be included for free with SE/XE and constantly improved upon as well...
also there is an iGuidance plugin on the website you can download...
It's not Destinator with the navigaiton engine or us with Centrafuse, it's Navteq and all the large map providers...
The base the price on the cost of the equipment it will be on and on the size of screen it can run on... They are literally charging us 3x for the exact same PND maps... It's not just Navteq either...
They give the OEM car makers deals though
We are still working on it...
01 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4x4 Installed
M10000/512Mb/20GB, Lilliput 7", Holux GM-210
software you guys are developing.
I can't answer your question about the ability to use your own maps with Centrafuse, however I can tell you that the PhoneControl module works well with the HTC TyTN.
I've played around with the demo and I like it a lot. I'm thinking I'll get XE so I can use my phone and get iGuidance 4 when it comes out the end of this month. I still need to upgrade from the Treo 650 I'm using now so I'll be able to use it, but I'd rather buy it now and have the option later.
The maps from Destinator look real nice in all of the screen shots, but it looks like the iGuidance route is a little cheaper. Is this a good decision to use iG (I tried the iG plugin with iG3 and it worked well) or am I better off sticking with the Destinator option?