Erasing Data

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Erasing Data

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Hi Guys
Is there a way to ease all routes and waypoint from my XT without doing a full factory reset.
Thanks in advance
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Scarecrow wrote: 07 Jun 2022 05:55 Hi Guys
Is there a way to ease all routes and waypoint from my XT without doing a full factory reset.
Thanks in advance
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Personally I would delete everything via Garmin Explore and then re - synch the XT with Explore.
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If you don't use Explore...

For deleting routes: Go into Trip Planner > Saved Trips the tap the spanner icon (Wrench). The resulting menu contains an option to delete trips. There will then be the option to select all or individual trips.

For saved waypoints: Go into Where To? > Saved (or Favourites), tap the hamburger icon, the "Delete Saved Places".

Any routes stored on an SD card must be deleted manually using a file explorer while connected to a computer.
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Peobody wrote: 07 Jun 2022 13:22 Any routes stored on an SD card must be deleted manually using a file explorer while connected to a computer.
Or while you be connected to Basecamp...
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Thanks Guys
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Note you also need to delete any .gpx files in the GPX folder

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