Join Date: Jul 2019
Location: Southern Vermont
After following GARider and sdunker's suggestions, posted Wednesday on GARiders "Warning - GPS Issue" thread; the nav screen continued to display, "not ready". I had performed: "delete personal data" and then entered a destination, quit guidance, and then "delete personal data" again....I had to work a full day yesterday, so the bike sat in the garage.
This morning, grabbed a cup of coffee and went out with the intention of performing a battery-disconnect, but turned on the screen first...."nav not ready" came up as usual. I cycled through the main screens with the home button, and I wondered why the "Home button" would not go back to the map screen. Just as I was about to touch the menu icon on the screen, I tapped the home button one more time, and Lo and behold! under the metal roof of the garage, bike's info screens cycled, the nav-map screen loaded!
I had tried both "Ride with GPS" and "MyRoute-app" as suggested on other threads. Because I have a Mac, I also had to run "TrailRunner mini — GPX Viewer" in order to get the Mac to "see" the route and download the file to a finger drive (formatted in FAT32) both GPS apps did allow me to import a route to the Harmon Kardon GPS on the bike, but round trips did not seem to work, and shortly after using a one-way trip, the GPS on the bike would not move beyond "Nav. not ready". Another issue is that finding the "subscriptions" to cancel after the trial period was impossible... fortunately, my credit card on itunes is old and expired, so beyond multiple, irritating requests to update payment options, I have not been "harmed" by the trial.
There's my story - your mileage may vary...I'm guessing the real issue lies within the Mac to the bike, not the apps.
Seven Stars/Tuning Forks