I have downloaded the Ibycus 3.2.gmapi file, and it shows up in Base Camp, but when I try to 'transfer to device' and include the selected maps, ( Ibycus 3.2 ), only my saved waypoints and routes seem to be transferred. When I unmount the device from the computer and turn it on, go to 'maps' it says 'unable to unlock maps'. I can't seem to find a way around this snag. I don't have a Garmin, ( or any other...) base map installed on the device as yet. It came with no map installed. Do I need to buy and install City Navigator or some such map set in order for Base Camp to be able to send the Ibycus file over? Very frustrating!

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The question has been closed for the following reason "This is not related to Openstreetmap" by petschge 15 Feb '12, 16:06


I'm afraid that you will probably not be able to find any help here. This site is dedicated to questions about OpenStreetMap and within certain limits related hard- and software.

So a question about installing a map derived from OpenStreetMap data on a Garmin device would be ok, general non-OSM related questions about a Garmin device should be directed to Garmin support and/or you map provider.

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