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iGO [Street mode] - Accessing iGO track logs for use with external program.

Author: Robert Taylor Reference Number: AA-00339 Views: 10384 Created: 2014-04-28 20:37 Last Updated: 2014-04-29 13:54 75 Rating/ 1 Voters

If you want to get at your track logs which have been saved by iGO's Trip Logging feature, here's what to do.

From the IGO Main Menu, tap the More... button

iGO main menu

Tap the Trip Monitor button on the More menu.

Trip Monitor button

The Trip Monitor screen will open, showing all your stored track logs (in this example we only have one for the sake of clarity).

Tap the Trip log which you would like to export (don't tap the trashcan icon by mistake - this is used to delete the selected trip log once you are done with it.

Trip Monitor screen

The Trip Data Details screen will open, showing stats related to the stored Trip log.

Tap the More button to open the More menu.

Trip Data Details

From the More menu, tap the Export button.

Export button on More menu

The selected track log will be exported to the SD card, specifically the following folder:

\SDMMC\tracks\<YourTrackName>.GPX

As you can see from the example, the file is saved in GPX format, which is a common format used by many different pieces of GPS related software.

Once you have exported the required track log(s), you can either connect your Navigator to your PC, or take the SD card out and use a card reader to access the folder containing the exported files.

The files can then be loaded / converted to another format etc.



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