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I just completed a 300K brevet last weekend and my Garmin 500 ran out of juice about 2 miles from the end of the 190 miles. 18 hours. I just tried to plug it into an external battery that will charge phones and the Garmin 500, but the Garmin will not operate while plugged in and charging. Note this is the Garmin 500, not the 510. A friend used an 810 on the ...


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If you are planning your tour for Europe, you can give komoot a try. It offers exactly that: Planning a route on PC, synchronizing it with your Android or iOS device, and letting your mobile device navigate you along your route - even with voice navigation. However, you have to pay for voice navigation and offline maps. You pay for each "region" where you ...


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The thing with Google Maps is this: you can design the route with every internal route point in between on the web and then copy/paste the URL and send it to yourself. For example: via email and click the link on an Android device. What you will get is a navigation of the route, not exactly of the same route you designed on the desktop (web), but rather a ...


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The short answer is, unfortunatly, no. It used to be possible to fudge it - you could save your routes on the computer, and apply them as a layer on the phone, highlighting the roads. However, this functionality was removed a couple of years back. There are several groups calling for it to be reintroduced, so with some luck it'll be back as a feature one ...


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I don't know that you can do this with the apps you are talking about. However there is hope. Going back to first principles, you have a pc on which you want to create your route, and you have an android device which you want to stick on your bike and use for navigation. Correct? If you accept that you need to abandon Google Maps altogether, there are ...



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