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Re: Garmin blog teach you how to reduce "Lag" problem.

Postby Redstorm » Fri Apr 10, 2009 1:25 pm

pauchai wrote:Will the maps kena wipe out also? Anyone tried this hard reset before? :-k :mrgreen:


Bro pauchai, why don't u try and let us know? :lol: :mrgreen:
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Re: Garmin blog teach you how to reduce "Lag" problem.

Postby badrol » Fri Apr 10, 2009 2:48 pm

pauchai wrote:Will the maps kena wipe out also? Anyone tried this hard reset before? :-k :mrgreen:


Don't worry, map no problem wan! Did it many time when my tracks & POIs full until cannot do tracking anymore. That why Antara Gapi is not fully tracked (bro tuah, want to continiue ka? \:D/ ).

What will happen is you need to do the system setting like the first time you on the device.
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Re: Garmin blog teach you how to reduce "Lag" problem.

Postby singawon » Fri Apr 10, 2009 2:58 pm

Redstorm wrote:
pauchai wrote:Will the maps kena wipe out also? Anyone tried this hard reset before? :-k :mrgreen:


Bro pauchai, why don't u try and let us know? :lol: :mrgreen:


Tested....maps in main memory remain.... :thumbsup:
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Re: Garmin blog teach you how to reduce "Lag" problem.

Postby tuah » Fri Apr 10, 2009 3:05 pm

badrol wrote:
pauchai wrote:Will the maps kena wipe out also? Anyone tried this hard reset before? :-k :mrgreen:


Don't worry, map no problem wan! Did it many time when my tracks & POIs full until cannot do tracking anymore. That why Antara Gapi is not fully tracked (bro tuah, want to continiue ka? \:D/ ).

What will happen is you need to do the system setting like the first time you on the device.

Antara Gapi? All covered! Got new development ka?

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Re: Garmin blog teach you how to reduce "Lag" problem.

Postby badrol » Fri Apr 10, 2009 3:24 pm

tuah wrote:Antara Gapi? All covered! Got new development ka?


Woh, all covered alredi ka? last time I could only tracked 60% of the area before my Nuvi memory full. Can't really tell now. Let me check my data and compare with the latest map. If the map coverage is better than my tracked, then I assumed all covered.

Up-date: Ya la, all covered. very good of you la Tuah.
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Re: Garmin blog teach you how to reduce "Lag" problem.

Postby pauchai » Fri Apr 10, 2009 5:28 pm

Redstorm wrote:
pauchai wrote:Will the maps kena wipe out also? Anyone tried this hard reset before? :-k :mrgreen:


Bro pauchai, why don't u try and let us know? :lol: :mrgreen:

bro redstorm,
Cos I got 6 cents , knowing some bros here must have tried before.... :mrgreen:
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Re: Garmin blog teach you how to reduce "Lag" problem.

Postby tlchuan » Fri Apr 10, 2009 6:34 pm

johnTan wrote:on 7th Apr 2009, Garmin blog taiwan release a method, teach you how to solve your nuvi "lag" problem.
I'm Poor in English, Help need bro who good in Chinese-english translation.

http://my.garmin.com.tw/blog/archives/1406#more-1406



Thank for the info :tq:
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Re: Garmin blog teach you how to reduce "Lag" problem.

Postby victorlaw » Sat May 16, 2009 2:47 am

I called up Garmin support UK and they suggested this when i notice my gps grabs the satellite slow compared to my frens. This reset to factory setting. Just did it.

Now when i click Agree. i can see that im already locked to the satellite as compared to 3-5mins of wait time !
My favourites / maps are still intact. Backuped the gpx as instructed.

Problem solved... :peace:

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Re: Garmin blog teach you how to reduce "Lag" problem.

Postby izani » Sat May 16, 2009 6:53 am

Excellent :peace: I'll try with AUS / NZ based Nuvi 265W later today. :peace:

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Re: Garmin blog teach you how to reduce "Lag" problem.

Postby lembu84 » Thu Oct 15, 2009 10:37 am

k5011 wrote:
badrol wrote:Pls some, pls translate it [-o<

Using google to translate:

"The use of small skills" to improve performance nuvi for your cleaning machine 2009/04/07 16:44:18 version with updated software and maps, machine increasingly frequent memory access, nuvi machine will be like computer as some temporary files left behind, when the accumulation of more and more for a long time, this will affect the machine nuvi smooth implementation of the, Garmin Blog would also provide the player a simple way to clean up so that your machine at all times Garmin keep the best!
* Applies to models: nuvi 2 Series / 2 × 5 Series / 3 Series / 6 Series / 760 / 765, zumo 550"

Step by step
1. Nuvi machine to a computer to connect to USB cable into the drive mode.
zumo 550
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2. Click nuvi drive into the Garmin folder.
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3. GPX folder to copy the backup to your computer (GPX folder contains the files stored in user's personal favorite point and route information).
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4. Data replication has finished, the machine shutdown nuvi.
5. To re-boot, please press the screen onto the bottom right corner *, re-open until the window screen prompt release. (* Note: nuvi 3 series please click the upper right corner of the screen)
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6. Prompt asked whether to remove all user data, click "Yes" to remove information.
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7. Reboot is complete, then had to back up the GPX folder, copy it to your nuvi machine.



Then how about we already save that FAVOURITES???


hey there.. im new here.. just got my nuvi 765 last week. i tried doing this (backing up the gpx folder) but after restoring it (gpx folder) all my fav location was gone. please advice how to backup my fav locations tq... :ko: :ko:


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