(Another)Memory Card question

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(Another)Memory Card question

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Hi again Guys :roll:
another Techi question
Can I save routes & music on the same memory card?
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Of course, inside the "Garmin" folder, the routes, tracks and waypoints are saved in a subfolder called GPX, while the music files in another one called MP3
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How do I do it ?????? :oops:
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Anyone ??
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I think you have to do it while utilizing file explorer. You should be able to simply copy and paste, or drag and drop.
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If your micro SD has already been inserted into the Zumo, it already has a folder called Garmin in the main root, and if you have imported routes, it has also generated a GPX folder that contains them. If so, connect your Zumo to your PC and it will appear as a mass storage device in the Windows Explorer. Selecting it you will be able to see internal memory and SD card. Open SD card, open the Garmin folder and create a folder inside it and name it MP3, after which you can fill it with your favorite music. If the card is blank, after formatting it in Fat 32, you can directly create the Garmin folder and the MP3 subfolder, connecting it to the PC with a normal card reader.
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Thank You

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