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I wonder if it's possible to somehow upload custom maps to Sigma ROX 12 bike computer? The default map that is available on it for my country is not very good, so I want to customize it.

p.s.
When I say "maps" I mean maps and not routes.

  • So what country do you live in? Give an example of what kind of custom map you're looking for. – P. Barney Feb 17 '20 at 4:23
  • I live in canada. It works fine for me to do. don't know how, but it does!! – i_is_biker Feb 17 '20 at 5:02
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Looking through the specs of the ROX12 it should be possible to store custom map data on a compatible SD card.

ROX12 USER PDF

More PDF Info Available Countries

The device itself seems to use OSM format, this is Open Street Format that can be downloaded from either Open Street Map

Or

More Open Street Map Info

According to the manual ROX12 User Manual you should be able to select custom maps from within the device. You will however need a PC of some sort to download the maps and place them on the SD Card, also note the maximum SD Card is 128GB so you want your custom maps being to big. The advantage of using the first Open Street Map website i linked to is you can pretty much pick any size map, if it gives you an error of maximum export size exceeded you can easily make the map smaller just by dragging your mouse over the page.

Hopefully this helps the OP achieve what they need.

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Check out this review: https://www.dcrainmaker.com/2018/06/sigma-rox-12-0-sport-cycling-gps-in-depth-review.html. His in-depth review states you can create custom maps using Komoot, Strava and AllTrails.

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    This is incorrect information, the device only can import routes from those services, not maps. – Gill Bates Feb 16 '20 at 19:32
  • You are correct. I should have asked the OP what they meant by a custom map and what country they reside in. – P. Barney Feb 17 '20 at 0:41

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