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As of 01/14/2011 Garmin updated their poi loader from version 2.5.4 to version 2.6.0.I downloaded this poi loader today.I then loaded my favorites from POI Factory to my Garmin 1450 GPS,while these files were loading it said 4 0f the files I was downloading were corrupt and ask me if I still wanted to keep loading the files I clicked on the link to tell it yes.After the files were loaded,I deleted
FAA warns of ongoing GPS issues in southeastern US due to Defense Department 'tests'
This looks like a great site for updating POIs in a GPS unit. However, the Magellan 1470 that we have doesn't allow importation of POI files.
I'm especially interested in the Walmart/Sam's Club and WiFi sites besides the low clearance one, but everything seems to either be in .csv or .ov2 format.
By my calculations POI-Factory is less than 650 members away from a quarter of one million. WOW!
I'm new to POI Factory...I'm looking for Street Atlas users. In SA 2009, we were able to get into the script and change the 1000 record limit. Has anyone heard if this has been done in SA 2010 Plus? I'm very sad that my computer crashed and I no longer have access to SA 2009.
Any info would be greatly appreciated!
This week we are recognizing Gary A.
Gary A has been around the Factory for almost 3 years now. He is a dedicated member of this community and someone we all enjoy having around the forums.
He brings great humor to our lives and is always ready to lend a hand when I need one.
Thanks for all you do Gary A.
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
How many of you all use Panoramio to upload photos or download photos as a destination source?
As post in the subject line, I have been thinking about navigation challenges and the two that come immediately to my mind are:
-Keeping Data Current
For example, last week I was in a very large multiple story building and I was thinking that the navigation function on my Android phone might be helpful for getting around inside.
In this mornings Saint Petersburg Times headline reads City moves ahead with camera plan.It is full speed ahead to install cameras at 20 crash prone intersections.May take up to 6 months to get the cameras working could be 30 to 60 days if they piggy back the cameras.$8,000,000 could raised they say only 1 councilman out of 9 disagreed with going ahead with the cameras.
Noticed some of the POI pages have icons and sound downloads. How are these associated with the locations in the GPS? meaning if I download the sounds and icons for walmarts, how will my gps know to use those for walmarts only?
I think you will enjoy this!!
POI Factory recognizes its top contributors of 2009
Miss Poi listed the top contributors for 2009, will she do it again for 2010?
Here's a site called www.spokeo.com that's a new online USA phone book w/personal information: everything from pics you've posted on Face Book or web, your approx credit score, home value, income, age. Remove yourself by searching your name, find the URL of your page, then go to the bottom right corner of the page and click on the Privacy button to remove yourself.
A new TomTom unit has been introduced at the CES in Las Vegas and it will be out around mid 2011.It has live update and is Google enabled like the Garmin Nulink 1695.
just visited Penny Lane in San Marcos CA lots of English / Irish Beers on tap others in bottle not sure I like the food good but high fat? could not sample very much, limit for driving.
Howdy, I'm new here and I just wanted to extend a hello to everyone on this forum. I hope to be able to contribute as well as find some things that I will be able to use. Everyone have a good one and I'll be by later on, B.I.L.B..
The Economy must be taking a bite out of businesses since now the Flying J's are charging RV owners $10.00 to dump their tanks. This service has been free for more than 10 years.
ICBC expands red-light camera program with 140 sites
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