Can't find how to edit or remove radar sites I have added
Mio has a button that allows user to enter locations of radar sites as they are encountered.
I now need to edit some that have changed and cannot find anywhere in the GPS buttons, menues etc where this can be done. Customer service has been very coy giving random answers to my question.
Does anyone know what the steps are to remove or edit radar sites that I have added?
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