But if there is a faster route available, to avoid that traffic, you can click to change to a different route.
For example, the one I listed above in the Baidu Cloud works great.
Othersie, you would need an unlock key from the map provider. Make sure to change the SD card name to “Garmin” and create a sub-directory also called “Garmin”. So it would look like: j:\Garmin\Then change the original map in Garmin internal storage “gmapprom.img” to some other file name such as “old”.
So I decided to spend some time to bring my old friend back in life.
Maybe put back in my car as a backup when cell phone signals are low. Garmin had some firmware updates (Version 5.20) dated back in 2010. After install the software and plug in the GPS in the computer, the software automatically detected the device and offer me the updates. Garmin offers one time update for $50 or lifetime update for $90. For example: North America 2015.10 and North America 2013.40 .
Will try to sort it out again in order to have those maps updated!