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    Can anyone help me with copying POI & Safety Camera information to a garmin-asus a10? I can't even find a poi folder on my device.

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    You can create it, probably it goes in Garmin folder but I'm not sure, if it doesnt work ,try in root.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    Can anyone help me with copying POI & Safety Camera information to a garmin-asus a10? I can't even find a poi folder on my device.
    I think that even Garmin Asus A10 has the standard "\Garmin\GarminDevice.xml" file that holds the paths to different additional files.
    Check that file for the POI path to be sure.


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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    Can anyone help me with copying POI & Safety Camera information to a garmin-asus a10? I can't even find a poi folder on my device.
    Create a folder called POI:
    - phone-storage/POI/ (i.e. in root next to the Garmin folder)
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    - sdcard/GARMIN/POI/ (i.e. into the Garmin folder on the memory card)

    Note: A10 doesn't work properly with custom sets of POI such as the 'Along Road' type.

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    On 3790 or 34xx can use the UNL versions (65535 255 255 0) where no .unl file or .gma is required.
    Also (for OP) yes, you can copy POI files (.gpi format) directly to POI folder on device. No real need to transfer/copy across using POI loader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballebar View Post
    I think that even Garmin Asus A10 has the standard "\Garmin\GarminDevice.xml" file that holds the paths to different additional files.
    Check that file for the POI path to be sure.

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    Great! thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cnfhbr View Post
    Note: A10 doesn't work properly with custom sets of POI such as the 'Along Road' type.
    Oh. (I'm not sure what that means..!)

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    Thumbs up POI camera file

    Garmin Cyclops™ Safety Cameras including Australia (locked & unlocked)

    Thanks goes to original uploader pietu.

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