@Timo-Martosatiman-MRA Projects can, no matter the good intentions, the great idea's, the involvement and motivation of the resources, fail or be hugely successful for external reasons that the project has no influence on.
It is very useful to do a post mortem on any project, success or disaster, after it has ended and learn from it (and find area's for future projects 🙂 ).
I can create a route on myrouteapp with no problem, but when I transfer it in the standard way exactly as demonstrated by your video, my satnav acknowledges it has received "new data" but when I select ok, the satnav then advises "no data found".
I have created over the years several routes, but just lately it is not transferring to my Garmin?
Have you had other users with the same problem?
Can you advise how I can resolve this please?
Some questions and suggestions:
Which Zumo do you have?
Is your ZUMO upToDate, maps and software.
Do you have the latest version of the connector? (Windows 49.msi & Mac 24.pkg)
Which file are you transferring? (gpx.....)
Share your route, so we can see if it might be the route.
I thought the new MRA Mobile app was to replace the older MRA Navigation app? I have been a lifetime subscriber for a very long time and this is starting to get confusing. I was about to delete the old MRA Navigation app from my phone and rely only on the new MRA Mobile app. Up until this year I used a TomTom Rider but wanted to leave a device home and planned on moving over to the new mobile app. Is that not the case? So confused here.
The MRA Mobile app is just an update of the old MRA Mobile app. It does not replace MRA Navigation.
@herko-ter-horst, Ze hoeven alleen maar te zorgen dat de bron van het kaartmateriaal voor de planner identiek is aan die van Navigation. Het is een taak van de gebruiker om zijn offline kaarten up to date te houden. Das eigenlijk geen verschil met welke andere dedicated nav-unit dan ook.
Yes, it is followed, is everything from the standard used? No, I do not think so.
And if there is a new standard, it will be announced well in advance, so that adjustments will be made if necessary.