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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same issue, prior to downloading the update. So I downloaded the update and when it asks you if you want to check for further updates for this device, select yes. There, you'll find the bluetooth update. After I installed it, the device seemed to work perfectly. My garmin nuvi 360 has yet to disconnect from my phone, and it's been several hours since I updated.
Best of luck to you!
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
Worked for me but not sure why, I had the same problem of freezing when updating Bluetooth firmware on a Nuvi 770. I chose to reset all user data (press lower tight hand of touch screen while powering on) and next reboot it updated firmware sucesfully. No idea why this worked.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
Your last upgrade fail.
Load V5.00, wich install the bluetooth driver.
Load this one to your nuvi F:\GARMIN\ and rename to GUPDATE.GCD.
After disconnect your nuvi from PC and downgrade firmware test bluetooth and sound. Then retry to update (Manual as above __530, WebUpdater or Garmin-Website).
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
You have a software problem with your NUVI . I recommend you to reset [
restoring default factory settings ] your NUVI
To reset your NUVI , please follow one of these procedures :
1:Turn the Nuvi on.
2:Touch the tools icon on the main screen. The tools icon is represented by a wrench surrounded by a blue circle.
3:Touch the "Settings" icon which appears as a wrench.
4:Push the "Restore" button at the bottom of the screen. A confirmation message will appear asking to confirm restoring the Nuvi to factory settings. Push yes to restore the factory settings
Try this for hard reset .
Turn off Garmin device. Press down on bottom right corner of the touchscreen [ Don't let go ] , and then power on the GPS unit. You should be prompted whether do you really want to erase all user data, or asked if do you really want to start up in maintenance mode. Press “Yes” to reset (warning: all data will be erased and lost, so backup before proceeding) or enter maintenance mode.
After that you can try again with updating .
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Posted on Apr 20, 2010
This happened to me. What worked was turning off the ipod (not stand by mode). Turn it back on and plug it in, it should work.
Posted on May 19, 2010
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