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    Guide How to import routes to Sygic from any format

    Want to import Routes to Sygic from any format.

    You will need a program called ITN convert

    Download here:
    Desktop version (Installer .exe)
    Spoiler: link

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    or
    Travel version (Archive .zip)
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    I use the Travel version.
    Now you will need some routes to convert.

    Seeing that I travel in Europe I use this link.
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    There many others you can use.
    But I am using this as an example.
    Download a GPX Route from list

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    Now pick anyone you want.
    1.
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    Download it and unzip it.
    Put it in the folder with ITN convert
    2.
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    Now start ITN convert
    3.
    Next you will need to click on open and go to what you have downloaded.
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    4.
    Pick one of the routes it does not matter which one you pick.
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    5.
    Next click open you will get this
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    Click OK and you will see your route
    6.
    You will need to pick Export file format if it is not already.
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    7.
    Pick Sygic GPS Navigation 13& 14 (*.itf)
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    8.
    Now mark the complete route.
    Then export it then close program.
    Now go back to your folder you downloaded the route you made.
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    9.
    You will now see a new file in there with the ending ITF
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    10..
    Now copy this file to your Tablet or Phone in the folder called itinerary.
    It can be found under \Sygic\Res\itinerary\
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    11.
    Now start Sygic
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    Now to find your route you need to tap the upper right hand corner
    It is the blue and white star

    12.
    Now Tap on the * and you will see your favourites and a new file which is your route.
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    13.
    Pick the one you want to use
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    This is what the route will look like.
    14.
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    This works on all versions of Sygic .
    I hope this helps someone?

    If you want to make your own routes you can use this site.

    You need to take your time to use this site.



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    I tried to make routes in MyRouteApp, saved them as gpx, converted these with itn-converter, copied them to the iterinary directory of Sygic. When I start the route sygic (15.2) did crash during the calculation.

    Then I save the route in MyRouteApp in tomtom-format (.itn), converted and copied it. Now I can start the route and it works

    in may case: starting with a gpx-route did not work but starting with a itn-route worked great.

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    when I open Sygic in res there is no "itinerary folder" where do I paste the route info?

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    on my phone:
    /storage/extSdCard/Sygic/Res/itinerary

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    Quote Originally Posted by mapsrme View Post
    when I open Sygic in res there is no "itinerary folder" where do I paste the route info?
    If the folder is not there then make it.

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    Hello!

    My Sygic PRO navigation is using .sif format for routes... and ITN Converter don't have it on the list.... how to convert from .itf to .sif.???

    Help me, I'm scared.
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    I am running Android 6.01 and the folder is now listed at Card\Android\data\com.navigation.offlinemaps.gps\files\Res\itinerary
    This is Offline maps 17.1.3

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    I am also running Android 6.01 and the folder is now listed at Phone\Android\data\com.sygic.aura\files\Res\itinerary

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    Sygic ITF files do not permit to name way point. It rename them 1,2,3,4,5,6 etc. This is a problem if you want to edit or keep it for later use.

    If you want to name your way points and keep them named after a save, you can save your itinerary in an other format as Tom Tom (ITN) or GPS Exchange (GPX) and convert it to Sygic (ITF) file later, when you want to use it.

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    FWIW: I created a new conversion app for Android: GPX2ITF. With this tool you can convert GPX routes to .itf files, so you can select the route in Sygic immediatly. You can download it from the playstore: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

    I hope it is useful to someone.

 

 

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