You can make your starting point a favorite, so you can select this from the menu on the left site.
Create a folder where you store the routes
Create a new route using start date and time
Use via-points where you want to stop ( if you are using MRA Navigation or a Zumo XT)
Use pause timing so the total duration of your route is calculated
Android File Transfer should do the job
@Jack-van-Tilburg said in Transfer from MRA to ZUMO XT, working from MacBook:
if you want to see the files on your Zumo, you will have to do this with a separate program. For example Android File Transfer. In all cases, other programs may not occupy the Zumo.
Also the distance between the waypoints is almost 20km. That leaves A LOT of interpretation for routing to the navigation settings. It is best to have waypoints each 1 to 5 km depending on the kind of roads in your route, and of course to use the same map in the route-planner (which is Here if you are using MRA Navigation). But even when using the same map, navigation over 20km can be off dramatically of the navigation settings are unequal. I make it best practice to never touch the navigation settings, but place enough waypoints to to guarantee the correct route. The navigation settings in MRA Navigator jump to defaults each time you load a route anyway, so it is nu use for detailed routing.
Some time ago I have put an idea in the "good idea's box" to have the navigation settings be part of the route-file. That will guarantee that navigation settings you set in the planner will be loaded in MRA Navigation for each route independently. But I have no idea if that will be picked up.
@Hans-van-de-Ven-MRA-Master Please see my suggestion to developers (my seperate post of today) to include the POIPocket system into the MRA system. Working together with POIPocket developers can speed up the MRA development process and will deliver POI management functions (web-based and in the app).
Hi @Steve-Forand, Yes this is possible.
Move the cursor to the route line and wait until you see the icon below. Click on it and your waypoint will be added to your route in the correct order. Then zoom in all the way to properly place the waypoint on the route line.