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Without you we wouldn't be free.
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I switched to a smaller rig and gave up my Datastorm antenna which had given me internet access and campground info anywhere, anytime. I mostly do dispersal camping and rarely know when and where I’m going next and rarely have internet access. To duplicate that anytime/anywhere internet access, I now needed mapping software on my computer which would let me load POI's easily.
Well, I have had two computers - on their own - start the process of updating from Windows 7 to Windows 10. I found my home desktop just beginning the process and was able to kill it and have it revert to Win 7.
One of the computers in our Television Ministry at church actually finished the update and was asking for us to accept the Terms. We pressed "Decline" and it let us revert to Win 7.
I had gotten everything ready or our trip back east. All of the points of interested that we needed were created and loaded into my Garmin, the power cable was ready to go, and then I made a fateful decision... I updated my maps.
This week we are recognizing, Dobs108!
Dobs108 has been a member of the POI Factory family for nearly seven years. This week he was helpful to a newer member in the Something Weird With My 2639LMTthread. I’m always happy to see members find solutions through troubleshooting in our forums.
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.
Hi, not new to the site (been a lurker) for a while.
Finally registered and hope to be part of the community.
I've been using Garmin Nuvi's since the 350.
Currently have a nice little 3590 that does the job great!
Thanks for letting me be part of the community
I recently noticed that using Here maps offline with bluetooth activated on my cell phone, the voice prompts disappear. Turning off bluetooth will bring it back to life. Does anybody experience the same?
This week we are recognizing BobbyHipperson!
Bobby’s a relative newcomer to POI Factory but each week he posts a little slice of life in the Chitchat thread that many of us enjoy reading.
Has anyone attempted to replace the battery in their GPS?
How long has your original battery lasted?
I searched and found an old gps and csv file from I think '08.
I contacted Triumph USA and asked them about gettting a gpx file, they sent me a current dealer list in PDF.
I am working on making a GPX file from the US.
Anyone want to check it and tell me what I have done wrong?
I am using a spreadsheet to edit the CSV and then check it with the Extra POI Editor.
Well, another fing GPS nuvi with a dead battery!
We were planning on buy a new 2016 Ford Edge SEL with the navigation package... BUT THAT PACKAGE COMES WITH LEATHER SEATS!
Does some brand have an automobile GPS with user replaceable batteries?
I have done a lot of googling and looks like all the brands say, "Please contact Support.........."
Like they do not have enough of them NYC they want to install additional 140 Speed camera near school zone
This week we are recognizing, camping rivopam!
Camping rivopam has been a member of POI Factory for over eight and a half years. He maintained the North American Campgrounds file and recently submitted a new file 100 FREE NORTH AMERICA RV DUMPS (GPX) By Rivopom, which should be helpful going in to this year’s camping season.
Never solely rely on technology would be the moral of this story;
They call it a vívomove™
Part Number: 010-01597-02
Lookey here.. it even comes with a new fangled steering wheel, can you imagine that!
Instead of saying "recalculating" when you don't follow the instructions; you get zapped with a cattle prod! YOWZER!
I am looking a file(s) that has the trails for St Joe Park that is located in St Francois county,Missouri.
Can someone send me a link to them.
Note: I have check the DNR website for Missouri.
This week we’re recognizing Gary A!
He recently updated his Tampa Bay Area Attractions file.
Gary’s been a member of POI factory for over 8 years. He’s a friendly guy and keeps us updated on retired life in the Tampa bay area.
Thanks for everything, Gary A!
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