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    Your 2415 is compatible, as are all 24x5 units. 2455 and 2575 are in the list but by implication that extends to all models in the series.
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    hi good morning , please i have got a nuvi 660 t fm , trying to give him a secong life , i would like to know what version of map i must update with ( nt ou ntu ) but i cannot see the link for compatibility file although i made a clic on the like , link does not apear. can you help , please? thanks a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lindien1 View Post
    hi good morning , please i have got a nuvi 660 t fm , trying to give him a secong life , i would like to know what version of map i must update with ( nt ou ntu ) but i cannot see the link for compatibility file although i made a clic on the like link it does not apear. can you help , please? thanks a lot.
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    You should use NT version to nuvi 660

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    Starting post revised and updated today
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
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    I have very big doubt about compatibility with GPSMAP 60CSx and 76CSx. Both of device have fonts which was only loaded for certain CP with unit software. Any suggestion?
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    I had doubts too I removed Colorado, Aera, Etrex 20, nuvi 1100, 1200. old Oregon for example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    I had doubts too I removed Colorado, Aera, Etrex 20, nuvi 1100, 1200. old Oregon for example.
    Colorado, Aera, Etrex 20, nuvi 1100, 1200 may work with Unicode. No problem with POIs in UTF-8 for this device. But for GPSMAP 60CSx and 76CSx I always need convert POI to language used by user!
    Doubt about full compatibility with NTU for others to except of nuvi 1100, 1200. The last devices not work in some case with Unicode map for me.
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    I removed gpsmap 60 and 76.
    Thanks for your comments
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    The original version of topo Germany v7 PRO has CP 65001. Would it be safe to say that the units listed compatible with this map are therefore also NTU compatible? For example Edge 800, 810, 1000, Touring? These units are not in the compatibility list for nüMaps Onetime™ City Navigator® Europe NTU, but are listed as compatible with topo Germany v7 PRO...

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    CNs for Edge 8xx series units are sold on preloaded microSD cards or you must buy the DVD and transfer your map, I don't know if they are NT or NTU. There is insufficient space on the internal memory.
    Edge 1000 and Touring in EU provides preloaded Garmin Cycle Map that is Open Street map and not CN as I know. OSM for cycling are much more detailed then Garmin's City Nav maps + Garmin City Nav maps don't have elevation data at all.
    With preloaded maps Edge 1000 has 965 MB free of 7.23 GB.(No courses, no activities loaded)
    So for Europe better to use Openfietsmap, more detailed and free too.
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