I have downloaded the map I requested. Now i need to install it to my device. The instructions provided are garbage. only one sentence. please help if you can. step by step instructions are needed.

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"This help question is garbage, doesn't even say which site the user is downloading from or which device they're trying to upload to".

ahem.

Perhaps if you provide a little bit more detail about what you're trying to do people will be able to help? Lots of sites (probably thousands) make OSM-based maps available. Lots of devices (phones, PCs, Garmin GPSs) can do something with those maps. What are you actually trying to do?

(16 Oct '18, 20:59) SomeoneElse ♦

Well first off let me say for thank you for replying to my question. Second of all drop the f** attitude. Third I'm new to this and I assumed this was a Garmin help section on the open street map site where I downloaded the map.

So let's start from the beginning I have a Garmin Nuvi 755t. I downloaded an image from the openstreetmap site with the required region. The help section only has one sentence regarding installation and copying of the map data to the device.

what I want to know is how do I get the damn map pack or data that I downloaded to the device.

and please excuse my confusion while using this site. The organization and design is deplorable.

(16 Oct '18, 21:38) smills98823
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@smills98823: please mention the URL of "the openstreetmap site". Very likely you do not mean http://www.openstreetmap.org/ . Which file (name?) did you download?

(16 Oct '18, 22:17) aseerel4c26 ♦
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