Along with several other updates for those interested.
i am not sure if sox app, is needed on a mac. if needed, i am not sure i am installing it right. i have tried ver. 14.4.0 14.4.2 and 14.2.0. they are not zipped, just copy and paste. to locate poi loader app. i used finder-application- garmin poi loader app-right click-show package contents-macos-poi loader is in that directory.
Released yesterday for all those who dare. I normally participate in the public betas but I'm planning to wait a week or two on this one.
I realize it isn't GPS related.... Hope it's not an issue here.
I admit to not being Mac or Iphone 6 smart... Wife will shortly be upgrading from Iphone6 to (Probably) Iphone 7. I'll retire my old flip phone and receive her Iphon6... Local Verizon store said they'd do that for us.... so everybody keeps their contacts, etc.
OSX 10.12, Sierra is out in the Apple Store.
Various sources are recommending to uninstall the program :
Garmin BaseCamp for Mac, V4.6.2 just came out, available from the Mac App Store. Free.
Just saw the notice.
Go get it!
Changes made from version 4.5.1 to 4.5.2:
◦Added Mac OS X 10.11 support.
◦Disabled map coverage for device maps.
◦Fixed issue with generating map tiles during app termination.
◦Fixed issues with discovering USB devices.
I have a Garmin Nuvi 3590 and in the past, from this site, have downloaded and installed custom POIs. Yesterday I downloaded more custom POI to my Macbook desktop. I used the most recent version of POI Loader, 2.3.0, that I can find. All my Custom POI info is in a folder on the desktop.
Just updated to the new BaseCamp for Mac V4.4.8.
Looks like a few bugs were fixed.
Update to Garmin Express is available 126.96.36.199.
GE 188.8.131.52 for MAC is released.
I installed Google Earth, then installed Google Earth Pro. Basecamp only wants to open Google Earth. I removed Google Earth and now Basecamp can't find Google Earth Pro.
Anyone got an idea how to make it recognize Google Earth Pro?
Just downloaded, looks like some things were fixed.
I spoke with someone today who was having troubles loading BMP icons using the Mac version of POI Loader. He had done some troubleshooting with Garmin technical support, and they found that the icons worked with the PC version of POI Loader but not the Mac version. On the Mac, they would cause an "unexpected error".
Thought I'd mention there's a GPX Editor for Mac now:
New OS X backdoor malware roping Macs into botnet
New malware targeting Mac machines, opening backdoors on them and roping them into a botnet currently numbering around 17,000 zombies has been spotted and analyzed by malware researchers of Russian AV company Dr. Web.
For those interested iOS 8 has been released.
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