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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)
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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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