I have a Garmin 590LM.
I produced a route on Myroute app (brilliant and easy!) and saved it to TYRE.
The route had plenty of waypoints included to pull the route onto the roads I wanted to travel.
However when I exported the route from TYRE to my Garmin, the Garmin recalculated the route and ignored all my waypoints.
Have I got some settings wrong?
I recommend directly exporting your routes made in MRA to your Garmin instead of using TYRE in between. Could you test to see if this fixes the issue?
I have exactly the same issue as Andy Sales, in exporting my routes to my Garmin Zumo and/or BMW Nav. I have exported my routes directly using the MRA Export tool and the route is shown pictorially on the device. But the Garmin simply recalculates the route for me on what appears to be start and finish point criteria, rather than the selected route I wish to ride.
Any ideas or fixes gratefully accepted! With thanks in anticipation.
Same issue, any help out there?
I recommend reading the following article on how to export/use routes correctly on Garmins:
The original reasoning for this article was straight line issues. However the article also seems to fix similar issues to this threat.
Exactly the same exporting to my tomtom rider. the route is canged. Why?
Same here with my Nav 5
Altered in which way? It is always recommended to navigate based on the 'Track' file of your .gpx. This file contains no waypoints, making it impossible for your sat nav to calculate an alternative route.
With my Navigator V i have too save my route as .gpx1.0, not .gpx1.1
I don't know why, but gpx1.1 files only makes straight lines on mye GPS unit.
Thank you for sharing your experience, it is greatly appreciated.
I have exactly the same issue as Thomas Hansen, above. When I export a route as .gpx1.1 and import it into my NAV V GPS I get the following:
I have tried this a couple of times now, and there is now way that .gpx1.1 work on a garmin 590! No matter what i do... But .gpx1.0 works every time :-) Keep up the good work guys
Christian Orie provided the same link. It wasn't helpful then either. Please read my early post, it is very clear.