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Here is how to reload a map (not sure if you have time to download it all over again, but…)
– Navigate to the maps directory. For instance, if you downloaded geofabrik, youd probably be in /Users/YourUserName/Library/Application Support/Garmin/mkgmap/maps. Theres also a mappedroids directory in the appdata of your mobile device, if youre not familiar with that one. Garmins Maps directory has a subdirectory for every country or city youve got stored on the device. When you add a new map, youll see a directory where the map is stored.
– navigate to the folder where the map is stored. For instance, we just had an example of an mp3 map for the Netherlands above, so its probably in /Users/YourUserName/Library/Application Support/Garmin/mkgmap/maps/roads/NLD.
– To delete a map, navigate to this directory, and then delete the map with rm on the command line. If you want to delete all the maps on the device, just navigate to /Users/YourUserName/Library/Application Support/Garmin/mkgmap/maps/roads/default. Then do rm -rf on the command line, and confirm that you want to overwrite all the files.
– To update a map, run splitter :
You have to understand how the mkgmap style rules work, probably also how splitter works if you want to create a map for a whole country.
I’d prefer to download *.pbf from geofabrik, but splitter is also able to handle *.osm.bz2 (much slower).
Here is a brief starter:
– Install splitter and mkgmap
– Create a copy of the directory default that comes with mkgmap /examples/styles/default, I name the copy roads
– remove the files polygons and points from that copy
– run splitter :
garmin has mapmanager and mapinstall software which is useful for importing maps into basecamp and sending maps from basecamp to the watch. this all works great on macos with my 5x but seems flaky with the 5 plus series. mapinstall kept failing with a useless error message with the 5 plus. it sometimes worked with a 5 plus i was setting up for a friend but mostly failed with a useless error. we ended up copying the img files between watches.
some of the country maps have this transition line, where the asphalt changes to something called cycle/ pedestrian/ bicyclist. some of the other maps dont. the rest of this route has no line, and is just a sandy road. so theres no need for a transition line unless youre planning to ride.
i had a choice of areas in the default maps. this is a small detail in the default menu that allows you to see all the available choices. then you can cycle or drag the different selections to the top to bring it into view. the roads section includes two areas that have cycle lane symbols on the roads. the primary is the one with the orange square on the sides, but there is also one with the yellow arrows on the sides. which one has a cycle lane? just look at the blue line!
well, something got screwed up on my drives. garminis maps dont come with any annotations. this means youll need to convert them as required. annotation is a file. if youre not sure what it looks like, i cant help you. once its on your watch, youll never need to look at it again.
another problem is that sometimes i find myself on top of an open street map grid and a street layer appear, but i dont see the toggle to change to a country/city map. another problem is that sometimes i can see the toggle to change to another map, but dont find it when i call it from the gps menu.