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Entering a post code

Discussion in 'Satellite Navigation' started by jonny87, May 5, 2012.

  1. jonny87
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    Ive got a mk1 rnse with a 2005 sat nav disc, when trying to put in a post code it will only accept four characters and then need a street name or special location, ive checked the manual and it seems this is normal... What a pain in the ass!!

    Is there not a way of just entering a whole postcode and it going off that, or is it because i have out dated software?
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    Never ever ever has there been or will be 7 digit post code searching on the RNS-E mk1 or mk2.
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    How come?
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    pioneer181 Torque talks

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    That's the reason I'm sticking to my TomTom and not "upgrading" to RNSE. Not having a full postcode search on them is shocking for the cost.
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    Does seem slightly retarded!

    Thats two things i must forgive audi for, this and the chronic understeer :)
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    gutted. just updated to 2012 maps so I'm guessing still wont be able to search postcodes then lol
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    Nope.
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