I am about to go on a weekend trip to a rural area just NW of Williamsport, Pa.. I would like to be able to program my destination address into my TomTomOne GPS unit, but although it will allow me to put the address in, it won't retain the address as my destination! Instead, it simply goes back to my opening screen with my HOME address! How do I get it to save the destination address & then navigate to it?
In general, once you key in an address and then select a route, the name/route will be saved in "recent destinations." If you want to use that destination, just select it. If you want to add it to "Favorites", then select "Add Favorite" and all your recent destinations will appear. Select the one you want and rename it: E.g., instead of "220 W. Walnut St." rename it "Grandma's House" and it is set.
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A rural area is an open swath of land that has few homes or other buildings, and not very many people.
A rural areas population density is very low.
Many people live in a city, or urban area. Their homes and businesses are located very close to one another.
I do not have that planer, but I live thirthy miles form a Grizzly Store in Williamsport, Pa.
I have many friends that will go no where else to get their tools for their shop...
Have never heard any complaints about any of the Grizzly products...
And yes I have a couple of friends that have that planer and they love it...
There are two batteries inside the unit. One is the main power and the other is a small coin cell usually a BR2032 worth maybe ~$1 When this small battery goes the unit gets somewhat senile and forgets where it is. So it has to download all of the sattelite data and figure it out which can take up to an hour. The small battery is used to keep the memory and setting alive.
Your problem is finding a shop to replace it or sending it into Magellan. If you go to Magellans website and call your local support number they can give you the cost for them to do it. They also have a refurishment program where you pay a set fee and they send you a new or refurbished unit.
If you live in the rural area and you have a broadband connection/modem connected to the Netgear wireless router, then I suggest you look at my instruction on how to configure the wireless router with encryption (security) - click on this link for instructions. :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security
With the Garmin Mapsource program just type in the name of the road and search. It shows up, and it's not saskatoon but corman park, although near to saskatoon, it's actually in a different area. This also happens when cities grow and small rural area's become part of the bigger picture, it's stil located where it historically was...looking for places can be sort of tedious. If I need to go somewhere, If i can't find it I ask for coördinates...the other way of getting there...A friend of mine lives on kitely line near jasper in Ont. the GPS knows the place as Line 3...huh?