Yeh. I guess they got the memo to reply everyone with that email who mentions an SDKOriginally Posted by Quattro
Now, has anyone figured how to get the tomtom sdk to work with x86?
I don't think Inav cares too much about us, their loyal customers.
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;-) Don't give up. Be persistent. Btw, contact Netropa ( ), too. Not just iNav.
Netropa ( ) is the software developer of the product. Others bundle the software with their own hardware, e.g. HP, Compaq, Dell, Fujitsu, NEC, etc. After Routis is out of the game, iNav is now the only one licensed to sell the software without it being bundled with hardware.
See if you get the same response...
At work I'm doing a project for GPS navigation and tracking for a device running Windows CE. Because of this I've been investigating different navigation programs and SDKs for them. I talked with Netropa and they told me that they'll start a SDK mid 2006. Thought you guys would like to know it is coming.
Wow, who knows how long its gonna take them to finish then....Originally Posted by xBrady
Thanks for the heads up.
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