superatticman

Lexus GS250 Luxury Sat Nav. Any tips or obvious bits to work out?

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Hi All

Going to sit down with the manual and have a play with the Sat Nav today. Must say on initial inspection it appears to be as complex as a weapons system on a fighter jet but am determined to master it. There's probably lots of really useful features on there that I'm missing out on. 

Any obvious benefits or things that I should be doing early on?? One question I do have is can you 'upload' a set of addresses to it from a portable device? Maybe even a .csv file would be handy. 

Cheers 

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Pretty simple to be honest. 

All you have to do is go on nav, select destination, and then go on the 2nd page in top right corner of the nav screen and click on postal code. Job done.

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Cheers. Yep I think the basics are fairly easy to work out. 

Am looking to upload a load of my football grounds that I visit though. I know I can programme them in manually. Would prefer to upload everything via the usb link though as I have all the information on a spreadsheet. I know you can backup up memory points as a .mit file. Looks like this is a file associated with Mindcraft Map data. Just need a way to be able to edit this although I notice the in car export/import tool insists on you using a password. 

 

 

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Sign up to the Lexus Portal or mobile app My Lexus and input destination data that way?

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