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  • Unable to plan round trips after firmware 5.00 / EU map update 2018.10

    Hello,

    After updating my Garmin Edge 1030 to fw 5.00 with EU maps 2018.10, I am unable to create round-trips. Everytime I try it just keeps looking for routes for ever, and when I finally press X it says 'Route calculation error'. I already tried reinstalling the maps through Garmin Express. Does anyone know how to resolve this? I did not change any other settings on my edge after the updates.

  • #2
    no problem here works perfect
    you might want to try a hard reset

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    • #3
      Hello Grunk,

      Thank you for your reply. Could you tell me which EU cycling maps are on your device now? I only have Garmin Cycle Map EU South West and Garmin Cycle Map EU North East, which I find confusing as I live in the North West of Europe, but that might just be a naming thing?

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      • #4
        I went back to the dealer who sold me this, and they said they had more reports about this issue. For now they downgraded my firmware and it works again.

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        • #5
          i actually use a openstreetmap on top off the garmin maps and realise that the garmin map is 2017

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          • #6
            This feature doesn’t work at all for me. Is anyone able/willing to try this as well?
            I’m on firmware 6.3 and latest 2018 maps.
            Doesn’t calculate any routes and eventually comes up with a route calculation error. This used to work for me but I can’t remember when it broke.
            Thanks, Dave

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            • #7
              I have just tried this in my back garden England UK using 40k, current location & east as start direction. The 1030 came back with 3 routs. Version 6.3 & Garmin Map 2018.10.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Daveymorrisuk View Post
                This feature doesn’t work at all for me. Is anyone able/willing to try this as well?
                Doesn’t calculate any routes and eventually comes up with a route calculation error. This used to work for me but I can’t remember when it broke.
                Thanks, Dave
                Maybe your maps did not upgrade correctly? Install them again , if you cant , find another 1030 device and copy old maps


                I’m on firmware 6.3 and 2017 maps , I have tested in real life in weekend , round-trip is working ok , I heard that the 2018 maps contains Heatmaps but I don't know the impact (if is working or not better or worst)

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                • #9
                  I've managed to get it working by turning off "Unpaved Trails" in avoidance's. There must be something about the area i'm in which contains a lot of "unclassified" roads and the surface tagging of the maps. Anyone know what level of highway tag implies surface=paved? I can only see this being implied for highway=trunk and not primary, secondary or tertiary.
                  I tried popularity routing and that had no effect, the maps behave themselves in all other circumstances so there is nothing wrong with them and no need to re-install.
                  Thanks, Dave.

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                  • #10
                    [QUOTE=Daveymorrisuk;n1412696]I've managed to get it working by turning off "Unpaved Trails" in avoidance's. /QUOTE]

                    Not sure about that. In the real world I use OSM & have the Garmin maps disabled & Unpaved roads ON. I left it on when I tried it with Garmin maps & OSM disabled. Tried it again today & left Unpaved ON & used 3 different saved locations in France Holland & Germany. Each time it offered 3 alternative roots. It did take some time to search but it got there.

                    There were quite a few folks reporting various issues with the Maps not upgrading properly, a reinstall may be worth a try.

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                    • #11
                      Hi Paul, ok so just for the avoidance of doubt I reinstalled the maps. It made no difference.
                      it definitely relates to the avoidances and the types of class of roads near me. As I mentioned above there are a lot of unclassified (osm tag) roads but it’s unclear what level of surface tagging they have.
                      i also tried installing the osm maps from openfiets in place of the garmin map. No difference, why would there be as they are based on the same raw data.
                      regards.

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