Installation may take several hours, depending on the amount of data being updated.When finished, the application will display "Your maps are now up to date! I look where I drive (street signs) and occasionally use Google maps on Samsung with built in GPS, just as a backup for any missing street.So i updated my Garmin xpress pluged in my new cable (from the new 55 )and recieved all the updates from the past 5 months.I have the 2013.10 file but do not know how to upload it. Related question: I figure that in ~5 years, the computer that powers the nav will be more or less obsolete, certainly it will be in 10 years. ~~~ Steve Has anyone figured out how to upgrade the Garmin map on the 8.4N uconnect? You can use your burning software and burn a dvd with it.Reading some other forums they said to just put it on a thumb drive and plug it into the usb port and turn the car on. I have the 2013.10 file but do not know how to upload it. You do not want the *fiile burned directly to the dvd as a data file, but the *file is essentially a "capture" of a dvd as a whole!Our support teams are able to assist you should you experience download failures, however to avoid potential delays we suggest that you rather purchase the physical product in a pre-loaded format from regular retail partners.If you need guidance in this regard, please feel free to contact 27112519800.
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So now my 225 is as good as before and up to I have an extra GPS .
Garmin's line of nuvi GPS devices gives business users the ability to plot their routes and get directions for all automotive trips.
I don't think the car will know how to read the *file all by itself. Garmin has been supporting their stuff for 5 years that I know of.
I have a standalone unit that I paid about 0 for lifetime maps.