How would you include all of the locations from google earth to save as a file. For instance if you wanted to search all bowling alleys in indiana the search comes up with quite a few but will only display A-J. There are plenty more below that I can bring up but how do I save them all to a file so I can make a POI.
I bought Navigon 2200T after doing research at an unbelievable bargain price of $69. I thought I made my research well, but after having the real unit on my hand, I realized that Navigon had pulled out of NA; leaving us without support. The unit so far is the best features I have seen in GPS units, so I tend to keep it.
I created a POI file (OVC Sports Venues) a year ago and it has worked fine on my Nuvi. In attempting to upgrade it, the system found an error, saying that it had "too many columns" in some entries. I removed blank lines and re-loaded the file. Now the system gives the same error and shows only one entry rather than the 15-20 that it should have.
I have access to monthly updates for all Walmarts in an excel doc. Previous downloads have been inaccurate and this one is official What do I need in the colums to upload it?
I've search for this answer and couldn't find it.
I have a stupid question. I have a nuvi 350 and I have downloaded approximately 27 poi's. Only 4 off them are displaying icons. I have downloaded all of these from the poi factory along with icons, and where applicable, sounds. My question is this: even though I have downloaded all of these from the poi factory site, do I have to change the bmp files and mp3 names to match the csv files.
Anybody ever thought about compiling Chick Fil A as a new poi file. I don't know if they are found throughout the USA but they are the best chicken chain in the Houston area.
As I learn how to create POI files using Extra PIO Editor, I started thinking about all the possiblities. I tried adding information to the "Description" field and then searching on it from the garmin, but it didnt fidn anything, it only seems to search on the name field.
Are there any other fields that the garmin (265WT) can search on or is it just limited to the name field?
Since I'm new at this I don't know if this is the type of info you want on ths board, or even want at all.
The first location I tried to find in Tucson was Dunkin' Donuts. It listed three, so I headed for the closest, 2.6 miles away. The Dunkin' Donut shop was no longer at 4022 N Oracle Rd. There is however, dominating the block, a soon to be opened (within the month) Target Super Store.
I have been trying to download the icons to my garmin 750 following all the instruction and they will not load. Could someone please what I am doing wrong and how to do it right?
Can .wav files be used on the old C340 for voice alerts?
That is asking a lot isn't it?
I know this has been discussed before, and I looked up previous posts. Also, found several good Degree to Decimal converters.
But, when coordinates are listed in degrees as Lat. 38 37.848 and Lon. 90 51.691, how do I enter the minutes and seconds into the converter?
Is there a way to 'batch' convert .csv files to .poi files for iGo8.3.2
As I learn how to create POI files, my first one was from a database of contact addresses. I setup the PIO with alerts every 500 feet and it works fine on my Garmin 260WT. I get a little grey box with the word Alert and the persons name. Here is my question, can I somehow select the alert?
When attempting to download the gpx file for Fifth Third Banks, I am getting a "Page not found" error.
This is my second day on this site and trying to learn how to create a pio file. I am considering creating a file that is basically a contact list with names, address from a database, but I would also like to include an image for each locaiton/persons home address with some information on them, but from what I have read I'm not sure this is possible.
Does anyone know how I could embed a distance alert into a .gpx file,
so it would not have to be done manually with the POI loader?
(Working with a NUVI 500)
I have been loading POI files for some time now. I loaded first to my C340 Street pilot and then to my 855 Nuvi.
I never payed much attention to where they were going on the Nuvi.
As I understand it the POI files can be loaded to either the SD card or the Garmin memory.
every time i load new poi,the others disappear.
Would anyone know how to create your own POI file?
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