I tried and checked on the internet but there is no way to find out how to put my mio P560 in bootloader mode. They only talking about the predecessor Mio P550 (down arrow + reset..that doesn't work on the P560...) Please Help!!!
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I've had a lot of issues w/ the operation of my MIO C320, including this problem ... but ONLY whenever I tried using any other mini-USB cords (like from my phone or Garmin GPS chargers), with my MIO C320. There's something unique about the mini-USB pin-out configuration MIO uses that allows you to either charge or update their units (using the transfer function), using MIO's supplied mini-USB cables. (I've labeled my MIO cord as "MIO GPS", on a piece of masking tape wrapped around the cord.) I'm trying to recall whether the MIO's cords worked properly w/ all of my other devices, and I can't think of any that did NOT function properly. So, maybe you could experiment and - if that's the case w/ your devices also - avoid further issues by keeping JUST the MIO's charger in your vehicle?. Sorry this is so late, but I hope it helps! Cheers, The Foxxx
I have just replaced my battery in my Mio p560. On the back of the Mio at the top - remove the two small rubber bungs, you will see the screws underneath. On the back at the bottom you must remove the alluminium strip to get at the remaining two screws. This is the only tricky bit! The strip has the hole for the pointer on the right, with a small screwdriver prise up the LEFT side of the strip, it is stuck down but will come if you are gentle! Then you can detatch the strip at the right side. The two bottom screws will be under this strip. remove the four screws now. The FRONT of the Mio can then be separated from the back, it just clips along the sides. The battery can then be got at and exchanged. When you re-assemble make sure the on/off switch locates properly. Thats it! Regards David Harford
Mio wants people to know, especially the folks who recently bought the Mio C220, that you need to put the SD card in the unit for it to work. The Mio C220 has the maps on the SD Card, and it seems that not everyone knows to put the SD card in the unit before firing it up. No SD card means no working GPS.
Mio Says: 1. Before you power on your C220, insert the SD Card firmly into the slot on the right side of the device 2. Once the SD card has been inserted into the device, power on your C220 by pressing and holding the power button for 10 seconds.
For More information check out the Mio GPS Page on the SD Card for Mio C220