|Yesterday, 08:54 PM||#1|
Joined: Nov 2002
Finally got uaed to the 550 and its crapped out on me in Cayucas CA ive got a screen with info that wont go away. zumo wont power off Any suggestions?
|Yesterday, 08:57 PM||#2|
Joined: Jul 2006
Location: Westchester NY
Remove battery, wait 10 seconds, reinsert. Should be good to go.
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|Today, 09:19 AM||#5|
Joined: Mar 2006
I've had this happen and done a "soft reset" by holding the [+] and power button to get things working normally again. For future reference, here are your options (including the master reset which clears everything).
Reset the unit
Soft reset: If your unit "freezes" you can restart it by turning it on while pressing the [ + ] button (top left hard button. This wil force it to restart. No data is lost
Take the battery out: For some issues it is necessary to take out the battery for at least 10 minutes. This is often the cure for the "dead Zumo syndrome" ( see bugs page )
Hard reset (total user data delete)
Before you start:
Connect the unit with your computer over the USB connector.
Do not press "cancel" when it makes the gpx file
If you have an archive with tracks ( /Garmin/GPX/Archive/ ....gpx) copy all of your archives to your computer by hand.
To perform the reset:
Turn off the unit
Keep your finger firmly pressed on the bottom right corner of the touch screen
While keeping it pressed, turn the unit back on
After a little while (30 sec?) you get a question on the screen "do you want to erase all user data" > Select "Yes"
All data like routes and waypoints, plus your personal settings are now reset.
After startup you can re-import all routes and favourites again, and/or place the archive files back
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