I received a notification yesterday, on the infotainment screen, when I started the vehicle - maps are out of date.
Mine did that too. Upon vehicle start, it was a one-time popup screen with a sentence or two (I didn’t take a pic or recall its exact wording), saying that the map was out of date, and an “OK” button to dismiss the popup. Then it never appeared again. Since the popup was similar in appearance to the standard navigation disclaimer popup that appears on each start, it’s easy to miss (I don’t read the standard disclaimer anymore....)I received a notification yesterday, on the infotainment screen, when I started the vehicle - maps are out of date.
I had the same issue on my macbook. Try uninstalling Garmin Express and reinstalling. kind of the old "unplug and plug back in" deal.Hello,
I've tried to update my maps on a canadian 2019 ridgeline, touring edition but keep running into the same issue. According to the nav system, the installed maps are 2017 version.
Using a MacBook, i've formatted a 16gb usb drive using fat32, master partition record. I understand the first step is plugging in the usb stick into the front usb jack, turning on vehicle, going to update maps, hitting ok twice and then waiting 60 seconds before turning truck off and removing usb drive. Then when i come back to the laptop, running garmin express, go to add a device and then let it find the usb drive which mac is showing is active/mounted. However, after it searches for a while, it always comes back with the red banner "We couldn't find a device or ANT stick." as you can see below. What could i possibly be doing wrong? If i open the drive, i can see a "Garmin" folder and inside that folder a "GarminDevice.xml" file. But I've re-done these steps 6 or 8 times and Garmin Express never finds my usb drive. Even tried to format the drive on a windows machine and same end result so I'm guessing the problem is not with the drive.
Any assistance is appreciated. Extremely frustrated at this point as its probably something simple I'm doing wrong.
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