I've just joined the forum and thought I'd say hello to everyone.
While I'm not a GPS noob, I've just purchased a Garmin 775T, and am very impressed with it so far. There are some amazing features my 3 year old GPS didn't have. I love good tools, and great 'toys'!
Just wanted to ask if anyone has had a problem with a particular GPS unit (Garmen Quest2). I have had this unit for about 3 years and since starting to load poi's etc. It seems to hang up or go dead for periods of time can't even shut it off, so have to physicaly disconnect it and let the battery go down. Then I can re insert it on the bike and it seems to work ok.
I'm new at this! Just downloaded and installed POI "Military Campgrounds" via the Garmin POI loader and I can not find any of the POIs I downloaded on the GPS. Is there something else I need to do?
If you had influence over the future direction of GPS, automobile or others, would you prefer single function, meaning actual navigating and routing only, or do you prefer multiple function, MP3 player, XM/Sirius satellite, camera, TV, telephone, wifi internet browser, etc?
I wanted to let you guys know that I am shifting some files around today.
I am moving files from one database type to another.
The affected files will show up as new on the list. If these are your files, please do not be alarmed.
We are getting ready to convert to Drupal 6 later this fall.
I purchased Mac GPS Pro back at the beginning of the year to work with maps on my Garmin Oregon. I purchased the maps from Mac GPS Pro as well so that I would have what I think I needed. One of the neat things you can do with GPS Pro is upload your own raster maps and calibrate them with GPS Pro.
This week we are recognizing krasivdbg, and Groundhog.
krasivdbg, You have been busy making files for the St. Louis metro area. Thanks for helping out with this project, we really appreciate it. The rest of you can see his files listed below.
Groundhog, I love the new sound files that you have sent in. I have them listed below. The rest of the members are going to love them too;)
i am needing a site that offers free aerial photos?!
anyone have any suggestions??!!
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
What a wonderful site and great idea for travelers. I have joined today and have already downloaded POI files needed for an up-and-coming trip to Yellowstone.
has anyone ever hiked down&up the grand canyon or taken the mule trip?any info on it, how hard of trip,where to stay,cost?thanks
I just installed the lifetime map update and have the maps now on my Nuvi 750-
Can I now delete the large 2.2 gig exe file that I had to download first? garmin_rmu_cnnant2010-20.exe that was used to install the maps
That is really very interesting...
The news link is below
Another way to fight Speed Camera ticket.
For all those who perished on 9/11. We will never
forget. God Bless you all..
especially 2 of my co-worker friends who lost there lives.
I have a Garmin StreetPilot 2730 and a Garmin Nuvi 500 right now. The 2730 is capable of XM satellite radio. I also use Slacker Radio service http://www.slacker.com/ I was thinking that if Garmin and Slacker Radio were to partner up that this could be a good alliance. Many GPS devices already have MP3 players, so I don't think adding Slacker Radio would be that big of a leap.
I am just curious if more people here:
-Run there GPS in the vehicle most of the time when driving, or
-Leave it off or even store it out of sight until you need it?
Have a very lucky day!
This week we are recognizing Moose135, Jeff1140, Dobs108 & Bluesubaru.
These 4 members did one great job in assisting me with the Nassau County New York red light camera updates over the last few weeks.
I just want to let you guys know that I really have felt like I had a top notch team making sure that I had the correct info.
Just a short note to wish everyone on the POI Factory a Happy Labor Day. Hope you are all having nice weather today.
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