Just received the update.
And maps were also updated.
Just found it available... and it now has all the advanced options to download and install to more than just the GPS only... Finally...
Just installed, all is well.
Mavericks comes with it's own version of AppleMaps... and with it, you can send routes to your iDevices... can't wait for it to finish installing on my MacBook so I can play... meanwhile, if anyone wants to read up on doing it... here's where to go: http://www.imore.com/how-send-directions-maps-os-x-mavericks...
I am trying to put my POIs on my up-to-date Nuvi 755T through an SD card.
I formatted the 2 GB card with Disk Utility as Fat32 with MBR and placed it in the card slot on my iMac.
When I tried to install the POIs from POILoader onto the card it stayed at "Initializing" for over 15 minutes before I cancelled it.
If anyone is able to point out what is wrong I would apprecite it.
Just downloaded BaseCamp 18.104.22.168 for Mac.
Let's see what's new...
You'll be able to plan a route on your mac... and send it to your iPhone...
Two part question.
Some time ago, Diesel told me that I could find the maps I d/l from Garmin to my Mac computer here:
I found that they are also here:
Is there an Extra POI Editor for Mac users? If so, where is the download site; if not, are there work arounds...?
Thanks for your thoughts.
This update contains improvements and bug fixes, including:
■LTE support for more carriers (complete list of supported carriers at www.apple.com/iphone/LTE/)
■Purchase movie tickets through Fandango with Siri (USA only)
■iTunes Match subscribers can now download individual songs from iCloud
■New button to reset the Advertising Identifier
Anyone have comments on Google Maps for navigation? Haven't tried it yet. I've seen articles that indicate it has some drawbacks, like 1) Contacts file not accessible, and 2) serious turn-by-turn errors--like Apple's Maps.
Good to see we now have a choice though!
Version 2.2.2 released 11/15/12 -- hit the Mac AppStore updates section...
It works - but not all that well...
If one wants to use a wifi only iPad with a navigation app - an external GPSr is a must - as is an app that stores its maps on the device.
iPhone5 users will see an "Updater" that installs first to facilitate OTA updates that had a bug in the iOS6.0 release.
Other iOS device users can update over the air, or - via iTunes if they want to do it that way.
Seeing that it's getting close for another round of Lifetime Updates... I fired up the updater and it updated itself... so, fellow Mac users, update your Lifetime Updater before its needed to fetch your Lifetime Update.
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Is anyone else having issues using POIloader on Snow Leopard? I installed it from the App Store but whenever I point it at CSV files from POI Factory, it just hangs on 'initializing'.
Conversely, I spin up a windows virtual machine and the POIloader install there works just fine and only takes a second or two to process the files.
I'm new to Base Camp (and Mac's).
I've found that the "base map 2.0" that comes with Base Camp can not search street addresses.
With my Nuvi 760 plugged-in I can search street addresses with the City Navigator NA map that resides on the Nuvi.
This City Navigator map on the Nuvi is unlocked, and I can see and use it in Base Camp when the device is plugged-in to the Mac.
With two Garmins (255W, 1450LM), three Macs, including a 2011 MacBook Air, and two operating systems (10.6 and 10.7.4 now), I have NEVER been able to connect a Garmin via USB at 2.0 speeds. Every time I'm limited to USB 1.1 speeds (12 megabits per second). I've used different cables, powered hubs, no hubs, etc. It's always slow USB 1.1. Keep reading...
I just got a Nuvi 2595 and discovered that my custom POI alerts that I created for my Nuvi 760 no longer worked. It turns out that this is because the 2595 does not support the mp3 format. However, custom POIs alerts will work if you use the wav format instead of mp3.
This forum post - http://www.poi-factory.com/node/25730 - explains what you need to do if you are using windows.
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