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Our aim is to give warnings for all situations that can be dangerous, including any roadside cameras, which can result in a fine or other penalty, such as licence points.
The types of warnings can be divided into camera warnings and safety warnings.
Camera warning types are as follows:
Safety warning types are as follows:
You can switch each warning type on and off in the app, or restrict them to only warn you in certain situations. Go to the Settings menu and then select an option under the Warnings header (i.e. Speed cameras, Hazards or Speeding), then select Audio Warning to select a warning type from the available options.
Note that if you switch a warning type off, this turns off both visual and audio alerts for this warning type.
Go to the Settings menu and then select Speed cameras and Timing to adjust how long before a camera appears on your route you want to be alerted.
Please note that warning time is also affected by your smartphone’s GPS performance. This means that the warnings may come later than expected if you're for instance driving through a tunnel.
Go to the Settings menu and select Speeding. Here you can set whether you want an audible or a visual warning, or both.
The warning distance is calculated using your position, which is provided by GPS. If your GPS position is not accurate, either temporarily (because you are in a tunnel) or regularly (because of the smartphone hardware and/or software), then you may occasionally experience that a warning is given late for a camera.
Driving very fast may also result in a late warning.
Please report all cameras we've missed by pressing the Report button as close to the actual location as you can get. Your fellow community members will appreciate it.
For fixed cameras our expert moderation team investigates all reports individually. Sometimes, due to the high number of reports, it may take up to a week to confirm that your report is a real speed camera, which is active. Please bear with us. Ultimately these manual checks make the warning service of higher quality than a purely community based approach.
We ask the community to help us to verify the location of all speed cameras, so any new or removed cameras can be processed quickly in our database. In some countries, we only ask for a confirmation the first time you drive past a camera, in other countries we will ask the question each time until you answer it. You are not obliged to respond to the question, but the service gets better if you do.
Android version only: If you are using Bluetooth®, please try changing the sound output channel by going to the Settings menu and select Always use device speaker.
This can be set using the phone up/down volume button while in the app.
Android version only: The sound files we use have been specifically made to allow the most flexibility for most people’s requirements when driving. We use the standard Android Device Media volume setting.
Go to the Settings menu and select Speed cameras and Audio Warning. Here you can choose between Voice, Alarmand None. You can choose between the same options for Hazards.
Android version only: If the option Voice option is not available, this is because your device is not enabled for text-to-speech. In some devices, depending on your Android version and phone language, text-to-speech (TTS) comes pre-installed, in others you will need to enable it and download the speech data for the selected language(s). Please see your device manual for details on how to do this.
This depends on the particular brand and model of your phone. By default, warning sounds are played through the same channel as your phone’s ringtone. On most devices, this uses both the phone’s speaker and the connected audio system, but some phones play ringtones only through the audio system.
If you want the app to play all sounds through the audio system, go to the Settings menu and select Always use device speaker.
As a driver it is your responsibility to make sure that you adhere to all legal requirements while driving, so that includes the use of apps. You can turn speed camera alerts on or off at any time and the app will still work for traffic information. The legality of the Speed Cameras service in several EU countries is unclear. You use the service at your own risk and TomTom accepts no liability arising from its use.
As a driver you should be aware of the fact that speed cameras are disabled in certain countries and take this into account when crossing any borders.
In France, we support Danger Zones and Risk Zones instead of speed cameras. See the Warning Types section for more information. The app is certified by Infocert that it is legal to use in France.
The AmiGO app uses the following permissions:
We use the device memory to store our local data. Depending on your device, this could also be on the SD card in your device. Don’t worry - We don’t access any of your private media files even though the permissions message of the Android operating system makes it look like we will. The TomTom AmiGO app only accesses its own files.
No, the app needs all permissions mentioned above to function correctly, except for the “Draw over other apps” and “Bluetooth®” permission.
Instead of beeps you can switch the app to read aloud warnings when receiving a warning. You will then hear warnings such as” Red light speed camera, 50 mph”.
No, currently that is not possible.
Make sure you have enabled Text-to-speech (TTS) in the settings of your Android operating system, and downloaded a supported voice. For instructions on how to do this, please refer to your smartphone documentation.
Not all Android smartphones support all TTS languages. This can also depend on the installed Text-to-speech (TTS) engines. Please refer to your smartphone documentation for more information.
If read aloud warnings are still not working after you have selected your preferred settings, please make sure you restart the application completely-->