New Nuvi that has worked fine for 2 weeks but now when typeing address, the A letter works when you hit the H key. The H letter works when you hit the O key. The V letter and key is fine. Tried reset with no luck
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Besides the fact that you should get rid of that ancient device as they make life difficult lol you have to change the settings from t9.
When you are in the texting area you only have to hit the right key to change from t9 to Alphabet (not sure it's the exact spelling for t9 but one of the keys (usually bottom left or top left corner will allow you to type normal or to guess words by what you type, some of which can be confusing.)
for the letter e you have to push the 2 key 3 times I believe, if you keep pressing each key you will see different letters, numbers and symbols, perhaps a Users manual is available online (can google it, is available to tell you how to change the texting type.
Dunno this helps but it's so old I cant recall exact details but that's the gist of it.
When you're typing the address, at the bottom of the onscreen keyboard is a button that toggles the alphanumeric characters from the alphabet to the numeric keypad. That should allow you to type in numbers and letters as needed.
I just this moment resolved this problem with Garmin's Tech Support. Here's what to do:
1. Turn off your NUVI.
2. Find a standard USB cable with a mini connector on one end.
3. Connect the NUVI to a booted computer (I did this with a Windows computer) and let the computer recognize the GPS as a MASS STORAGE DEVICE.
4. AFTER the Nuvi has been recognized as a hard drive, correctly disconnect the GPS from the computer.
5. The Nuvi will turn on in locked mode. Follow the on screen instructions to unlock it.
Your problem should be resolved. The technician I spoke to said that this procedure fixes the problem 99% of the time.