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Route66 [Street mode] - No map visible after map update

Author: Robert Taylor Reference Number: AA-00290 Views: 6996 Created: 2014-04-28 20:37 Last Updated: 2019-06-14 15:04 0 Rating/ Voters

If you have just updated the street map using Route66 Sync on your Navigator, but afterwards find that the map does not display, there is a quick and simple fix.

The symptoms are that where the map normally appears in the display when Route66 is running, you only see a white background with a marker showing your position, with no map details visible, as shown here:

Route66 - No maps displayed

This can also occur if an interruption occurred during transfer of a map file to the navigator, leaving a partial map file on the device. 

To fix this issue:

  1. Exit the Route66 program on the Navigator. ie. return to the Main menu. Route66 should NOT be running on the Navigator while trying to follow this procedure.
  2. Connect your Navigator to your PC in USB Mode (left Hand BLUE icon when connecting)
  3. When the Navigator is connected to the PC, it will appear as two drive letters (one for the internal memory, and one for the SD card). The drive letters assigned by Windows will be specific to your PC.
  4. Find the Route66_v9\Data\Temporary folder on the INTERNAL memory (NOT the SD card - the simplest way to identify the drive letter identifying the SD card, is that it contains the "OziExplorer Maps" folder).
  5. Delete the Tiles folder from within the Temporary folder.
  6. Disconnect, and start the Route66 software on the Navigator.

You should find that the map displays as normal now.

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