Didn't know this about my 250W. If you don't click agree at start up and then don't even click view maps, it will switch to map view after you start to move. I did know that the warning agreement will go away same as my 330 but I always had to click view map on that model. Makes for one less button to click when you head out.
Same difference between my Nuvi 660 and 760. The 660 warning screen goes away after a few seconds but getting to the map needs a touch. The 760 auto toggles to maps. My older Streetpilot 2610 sits on the warning screen until you 'agree.'
yeh thats neat lol
So everyone else knew about this but I didn't and it seem that two other people also didn't know so for us it is a BIG DEAL.
Thanks for watching and good night.
What doesn't work for some is interesting to others. Doesn't take long to decide so keep keep'em coming.
I never knew that, I don't think I ever gave it a chance to get that far without hitting anything.
Yaaaay Two more people that found this a new feature.
I have also found that on a recent long trip that the track log started erasing itself when it hit it's max memory. The blue track that was created when I drove down from Alberta to Arizona was missing upon my return trip. It vanished somewhere around Butte Montana so it seems I filled up the track log. I offloaded it to my computer using Map Source but haven't determined the max mileage yet. When I do I will post it.
Good Stuff ......learn somthing new from people like you all the time.....kudos
Is this also for 7x5 models?
Someone I know just passed this along to me. I have the Nuvi 750 and he has the 780 so we know it works on these two. If you hold down the signal strength icon in the upper left corner for about 5 seconds, it will take you to the Satellite page which shows you the satellites above you, the ones your GPSr is tracking, and signal strength. Also has speed and elevation plus coordinates.
So I started clicking other icons. Clicking the clock takes you to the Clock setup page. Click and hold the battery for about 10 seconds or so and it takes you to a bunch of stuff you probably don't want to mess up. It seems to be a maintenance page, calibration pages, system settings, etc. Lots of neat info but don't screw anything up in there.
Not sure if this is available on all Nuvi receivers.
This works on my 255W.
I have a c330 with factory 2008 maps and if I don't click agree, it goes away automatically after a minute or two.
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