As the Subject suggests per an email I received from ZAGG, they are offering "50% off everything" during a 1-day sale on Monday, December 14. So if you're planning to ZAGG your GPS but haven't done it yet, Monday's the time to buy:
After download and check the POI location. While some POI location are missing, I add to file and double check for correctly.
When the original POI file create by submitter, can I upload the POI file or I have to notifiy the submitter to fix?
Can anybody upgrade it or only the submitter can do?
Can the Walmart POI's be loaded by state/province?
I found this interesting article that discusses the way GPS units calculate the fastest route. It's a rather interesting read:
Has anyone noticed this happening? I don't get "updates" like this on my Garmin except if there is a traffic event en-route.
For all the discussion recently of cell phone carriers looking at ways to reduce data usage, maybe they ought to consider making more phones with GPS built in AND having the maps loaded onto the device rather than constantlu updating via the data plan. Maybe streaming music and downloading maps isn't a big part of data usage, but it definitely would be a way to reduce data usage somewhat.
i am getting a "componant RICHTX32.ocx or on of its dependencies net correctly registered a file missing or invalid" error when i try to open extra poi editor. hellllppppp.........
The memorial ceremony for the officers is today at 1:00. Our thoughts are with the families of Sergeant Mark Renninger and officers Ronald Owens, Tina Griswold and Greg Richards.
Information about the memorial can be found at http://www.cityoflakewood.us/
Soon they will be in your bedroom.
I got my first POI loaded this weekend. It works great!
This week we are recognizing Glthomson and Perrdom.
Glthomson, You have been busy making files for the state of Kentucky. Great Job!!!
Perrdom, Sometimes I wonder when you sleep. You are one of the busiest bees I have here. I am still trying to catch up with all the busy work you tossed on my desk from last week. Thanks so much for all of your hard work, we really appreciate you.
This is the place to talk about things that are not gps related.
This thread will be closed on Monday and a new one will be opened.
MaryAnn Melby AKA Miss POI
Here is another case where people just set the GPS to take them home, giving the thieves both a map to the house and the garage opener to get them in the front door.
Well, after 21 months of booking, planning, buying, and anticipating, our trip to Ecuador and the Galapagos is finally here. Tomorrow at 10:00 AM we head for the airport and the adventure of a lifetime. We're taking the GPS with us to get the obligatory "Where Am I?" pic at 0 degrees latitude.
It might give you a piece of mind.
Here's a site I just discovered that has POIs for TomTom and Garmin GPSs that allows you to choose from a national database that will include all E85 stations in the country, or simply choose which states you would like to have available. It is updated quarterly according to the site.
Is there an advantage to using a CSV file versus a GPX file? Are they more difficult to update? Thanks!
I tried searching and didn't find a forum topic relating to Christmas Lights so I thought I would add one. I know they are very localized but I thought it would be nice to have a list of them.
Since the holidays will add many new PND users to our ranks, I think we experienced users owe it them to explain the purpose of the plastic disc that comes with the mount.
I used mine to cover a hole in the sill of my house left by removing an old water line. Works great, although the mice aren't too pleased.
I just got back from Hatfield McCoy trails in WV.
I had the chance to use my new Zumo 550.
However, I could not turn loose of my Rino 50HCx, even tho' the radio was not needed. I ended up using BOTH of them at the same time!!!
Is that normal???
Do others have a hard time letting go of the old familiar things? And moving on to the new and confusing one?
The Country Crossing entertainment complex officially opened at 3:00 PM on 1 December 2009. In Alabama, gambling is illegal as well as just about everything else, but it was finally worked out that the slot machines are bingo machines. Anyway, to read all about it, click on www.countrycrossingalabama.com and check it out.
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