After getting my Nuvi 660, I added some MP3 files to it , then I decided to move those mp3 files and put them in the 2 GB sd memory card that I bought. My problem is , despite deleting the mp3 files from nuvi 660 , they can still play back without the sd memory card being inserted. I have searched the 660 hard drive but to no avail. I need to remove those hidden mp3 files , any suggestions ! Thanks
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No, there ar no audio drivers. If you use the headphone jack a lot, it coul dbe that the headphone jack has broken loose from the board. The headphone jack also controls audio to the speaker. The headphone jack must either be resoldered to the board or replaced. Please see this link:
You need to connect your Nuvi to your PC using a Mini-USB to USB cable. This cable should have come as an accessory with your Nuvi 360.
Connect the cable betwen the two and you should see the a PC icon show up on your Nuvi and the Nuvi will show up in your Windows directory as a storage drive... usually drive "G".
The files have to be in MP3 format (.mp3 extension). You can right click on the MP3 file on your PC and select copy, then go to the Nuvi directory and paste it into the directory folder named "MP3" on your Nuvi.
Thats it.... now make sure you "SAFELY REMOVE" the drive in windows before you unplug the cable.
When you select the MP3 player on your Nuvi, select the browse button and you should find your MP3 files.
The device is not recognizing the file name. The Garmin GPS will only recognize MP3 files. Ipod (MP4) and other media files will not play. Converting the files to the MP3 format will correct the problem.
No need to format and please do not try to change anything from the GARMIN files.
MP3 only can be read. Use SD to read or you can drop into the proper file when you plug to your computer. The file name GARMIN include many files. One of them is for MP3 , you will see example of music inside. Please do not play with other GARMIN FILES or you will had some problems with your unit.
Please refer to your manual 650, for the proper way to listen or insert MP3.
Use the USB cable supplied with your Garmin GPS and plug the small end of the cable into your GPS and the other end (USB plug) into any USB port on your PC. Windows should detect the USB device and now show the Garmin GPS as being a removable drive in your Windows directory. All you have to do is locate a MP3 file on your PC and drop and drag it into the drive number that WIndows has assigned the GPS. You can also right-click on the MP3 file, select "COPY" and then click on the Windows drive number assigned to the GPS, go into that directory and right-click "PASTE" to copy the MP3 file to the GPS. The GPS will only play "TRUE" MP3 files.