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    Quote Originally Posted by ddabcd277 View Post
    Not useful? Ask the Nokia users who use them for free in their smartphones.
    I have Nokia but Garmin with usual map (not CX) and pedestrian mode in route settings is not so worse especially on Oregon. On Nokia I use other online services for Europe with live timetable of public transportations. It save time at several times but somewhat annoying me because I am an inveterate smoker and 30 second for jumping is not for me.
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    I have contacted with Iberian Garmin and they confirm to me that CityXplorer has been discontinued and removed from the web.

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    So which is the latest (and alas - the last) version for Europe?
    - 2014.10? And in order to see 3D-buildings one have to preserve "CNEU NT 2014.10 3D.img"?
    am i right?

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    Yes [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
    Yes you can remame it as CX_3D.img , it should work.
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    Maybe GARMIN goes a new way for pedestrian navigation in future. They have now the 'Enhanced Urban Guidance functionality' in their latest iOS App v.2.7, which don't use separate maps. Possibly they integrate pedestrian informations in every city navigator map in future, but only devices with the 'urban guidance' feature can display this informations. Also possible that you have to buy an unlock key or subscription for this feature.

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    Reading now here
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    CX card (credit card type) arrived, download after entering the activation code in Mygarmin has gone well, I now have a Paris Cityxplorer map in gps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giomen View Post
    But maybe it is very pleasant to plan a stop with public transportation scheme in the car yet...
    Timetables in most Europe are so tight that any such favours is useless without online service. As soon as I want to save money for payment parking I am going to WEB and after that usually I forget about this scrooge thoughts. It is too difficult for me, modern traffic It is better if I will be taken by car!

    I have used the City Explorer with great success on a trip to Madrid, where it got me to the subways and bus perfectly. It does not do so well in NYC as the unit locks up with a run out of memory crash. In either case - you run out of battery before you can use it to return home. We used it to write down directions which were referred to later. Still - it is a great trip planning tool that is useable without internet service.

 

 
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