I got it yesterday but tried it out today. It is awesome! I am looking forward to adding POI files. Also anything else that can be fun with the 350. I just found this site. Oh yeah, I also want to see if I can somehow make a vehicle icon. I would love the HALO warthog as a vehicle. Anyway glad I got a GPS. I hope to learn everything at this site. Looks like I got a lot of reading to do.
If you haven't already done so, go to Garmin.com, pull up the Nuvi 350, and download the full blown users manual. You will find that it completes your wonderful little package!
Welcome to the site. You probably will find the answers to most of your questions as you read along. But feel free to post questions if you don't.
You can make custom vehicle icons, but it's a lot of work.
Is that user guide the same one already on the 350? If not I will check it out.
Cool. Yeah maybe I will just wait until someone makes that warthog.
Yes - it is the same one. Most people don't realize that the user manual is on the device.
I should receive my Garmin 350 on Tuesday from an online store. From some of the other threads it seems as though leaving the manual on the unit takes up a lot of real estate on the storage unit. If this is the case and one wants to load a lot of POI's it would make sense to eliminate any unnecessary files. Is this true?
yes, I have deleted all vehicles except for the one that I use. I also deleted my languages,except for Jill and Jack. They take up tons of space.
Backup anything you delete ... you just may want it tomorrow!!
Well, with the vehicles and the languages, you can download them again, but you are right, always backup!!!! I wish I could get my clients to do that.
Thanks for the info. I'm looking forward to finding my way around NC without getting lost all the time. My wife and I moved here 3 years ago from Long Island, NY and I have a hard time going to new places out in the country and around Charlotte.
I travel alot in NC, and those back roads and charoltte can be a nightmare.
Thanks for confirming my suspisions that I'm not alone down here. Streets change names for no reason and unlike much of the midwest, the roads twist and turn you around.
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