As always a great a detailed article with relevant content. Thanks.I have (only) an Edge 520 but decided to try it out with a super small piece of map from Austria. File size 7,1 Mb.I created and downloaded the .img-file according to your description above. Then I tried to install the .img-file on my 520.As expected the disc space was not sufficient. So I decided to move the two pre-installed .img-files (total 51,5 Mb) to a temporary storage place on my desktop. In theory, this should free space up for a small 7,1 Mb file.Unfortunately this did not happen. I still miss 6,4 Mb to install the downloaded map. I cannot move the two pre-installed .img-files back to the 520 because of lack of disc space. So I basically lost the ability to use my pre-installed maps.Can you give some advise on how to restore the Edge 520 storage capability? At least so I can get the original pre-installed maps back onto my device. Thanks in advance./Morten
As I said, I was able to follow the instructions and download a map to my Vista HCx GPS, by means of copying the gmapsupp.img file.The created map was OK for my use, however I found that when following a track at night, sometimes the street outlines were so faint that it was difficult to distinguish the specific streets at intersections, which made navigation tricky,Also, the process for selecting a map region was limited, and also there is a limit as to the size of the map image you are allowed to create. So for longer rides (like a 1200k) I think it would not be viable for me as I can only download a single image to my particular GPS.Bottom Line: I am still looking for a viable alternative.
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