Question about Navman Tracker 5500i GPS Receiver
Total waste of time connecting to a pc. You need an in-car charger that supplies enough power for the unit, as simple as. I bought a cheap one off ebay, waste of money, it didn't work. Bite the bullet, get your money out and buy an official charger direct from Navman, that's the only real solution.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
With mine the same problem occurred when connecting to the in car charger. I found that if you turn on using it's battery power, wait for your location to be found, access the main menu screen and select "map". Then I found the unit worked fine
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
This happened to me.... but I figured out how to fix it.
Find a USB cable that you may use for your camera etc (i.e. small to large USB) plug small end into Navman and the large end into your computer. Your computer will see the navman as an external hard drive.... have a look at some of the folders then disconnect the Navman via "safely remove drives" icon in the bottom corner of pc.
Pop the USB cables out, you will see the navman switch off. Then start up your navman and it should work normally.
Dont know why the navman is getting confused seeing the car charger as a pc..... but this seemed to work for me. Hope this helps - Mark
Posted on May 21, 2008
I was in car,using navmanf10, went blank and a comput screen connect to unit appeared, cannot do anything with it
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Press the "Main Menu" button on the Navman to bring up a list of options. Tap "Preferences," choose "Localize" and "Language." Each option is selected by touching the screen. The different language options show up on the screen in list format. Touch the language you want to use and press the check mark icon. The Navman will now operate in the chosen language.
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