Question about Uniden TRAX-353 GPS Receiver
Unfortunately, this is not that uncommon. I suggest you unplug your gps and restart it. A successful firmware upgrade takes only minutes, so something has definitely gone wrong during yours. Damage may have been done, but it was done more or less immediately, so waiting longer is not going to help. Uniden's 'Trax Central' software has been known to successfully repair Trax 353 units with damaged firmware (which yours may or may not be - you won't know until you restart it). This software is not Mac compatible, so you will need to find a PC to run it on. This software will also allow you to back up your GPS, so that you can't lose any information if it does fail in the future. If your unit is damaged and 'Trax Central' doesn't fix it, it will need to be returned for service. I hope that helps.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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