Updating magellan maestro

15 Apr

The new Maestros feature a widescreen, a slim form factor, and have a completely redesigned user interface.

We’ve spent some quality time on the road with the Maestro 400, and here is what we think.

According to the Gps Passion message board, some are finding his guide useful for other models of Magellan GPS.

So far he’s added a file manager, media player and upgraded the Points of Interest file.

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These devices come with a 4.3 inch widescreen display.

Along the left side of the Maestro is the power button, MMC/SD card slot, USB connector, and a hard reset switch. Along the right side is the headphone jack and the power connector.

A big kudos to Magellan for not putting any connectors on the bottom of the device.

For example, if the track is named "Pacific Coast Trail", then the name will appear in the track list and track details. Spoken turn-by-turn directions are resolved for Spanish languages (requires City Series map). Added UP/DOWN arrows on all list screens that extend beyond one page. Swedish Grid RT90 and Swe Ref99 TM both work properly now. Added UP/DOWN arrows on all list screens that extend beyond one page. Swedish Grid RT90 and Swe Ref99 TM both work properly now. Fixed an issue with missing contour lines on some maps. The Macintosh installer for this update can be downloaded from: Magellan Software Updates. Main Menu rotation is more intuitive using joystick. User interface improvements were made to configuring Activity Data Screens. Ability to view Truck Stops amenities from listing page. Addresses outside city boundaries are more easily located. Text balanced, centered and constrained throughout. Dimmed checkboxes used on Navigation Instruction Option screen.

GPX file when the device is connected to a computer. After marking a geocache as found, the user will be prompted to route to nearest unfound cache. "Recalculate Position" feature will now update the position of a waypoint to your current location. GPX file contains a track name in the proper location, the name will be imported into the e Xplorist User Interface. Coordinate systems improvements: Corrected Ireland 1965. Added Navionics Marine Chart support, Navionics GOLD charts, Hotmaps, and Fish'N Chip. Resolved issue where National Parks sometimes overlap contour lines and shaded relief background. Improved heading and bearing functionality on several screens, including compass screen. The Macintosh installer for this update can be downloaded from: Magellan Software Updates. Added Navionics Marine Chart support, Navionics GOLD charts, Hotmaps, and Fish'N Chip. Resolved issue where National Parks sometimes overlap contour lines and shaded relief background. Improved heading and bearing functionality on several screens, including compass screen. Software Improvements: Corrected how device displays coordinate information for UTM, MGRS and OSGB. Consistent use of preferred units of measurement (m/km or f/mi) throughout the user interface. Improved font/spacing on Lap Alert and Multisport Session Alert. Dash line does not always appear when routing from a parking lot  Fixed. PC updater: Magellan Software Updates Mac updater: Magellan Software Updates Improved Routing Performance. Audio/Video input enhancements for optional Magellan Back Up Camera accessory (Applicable to select models only). Improved Address Handling: Previous City list increased to 10. General Improvements: Trip Computer UI given a new look.