Released in 2006, Mio's DigiWalker H610 is a GPS navigation device with a portable and distinctive square design. Used primarily by bikers, walkers or hikers for its dual navigation and media-playing functions, the H610 can also work mounted in a vehicle, despite its small 2.3-by-3.3-by-0.7-inch size. And, like with all other GPS receivers, its maps can become dated over time. Keep in touch with Mio to make sure you're operating on the most updated software, and invest in new mapping software if you need something more.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Things you need
- USB adaptor
Make sure your Mio is operating on the most updated firmware. Turn your device on and plug it into a Web-ready computer with your USB cable. Navigate to the MioMore link in the Resources section, click on your region of the world, then type "MioMore" into the search engine on the left side of the page. This will generate a list of options. Click on "Reinstall MioMore Desktop."
Click "Download" again, then "Save File" to put the installation file on your computer. Double-click it after it has downloaded, then select "Run" to install the program on your desktop. Follow the prompts to put MioMore on your desktop.
Reboot your computer and double-click on the MioMore software. Click to sync with your device. This will ensure that your H610 is functioning with updated firmware, since there isn't a download available, as of December 2010, on the company's Web page.
Unplug your device and test out its functionality.
Stay abreast of any new map updates for your H610 by plugging your device to your computer and activating MioMore. You can also change the look of your receiver's touch-screen home page and insert updated maps and points of interest through MioMore.
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