Garmin nuvi 360 updating bluetooth firmware
Like the nüvi 350, its language and travel guides are still optional, and it won't let you enter in a phone number when creating a new Favorite location, but these are minor gripes.
At 3 by 3.9 by 0.9 inches (HWD), the nüvi 360 is designed to fit into your shirt pocket. It features a 3.5-inch (diagonal) color screen that looks great even in bright sunlight, and it comes preloaded with North American maps.
I'v never had reason to use Bluetooth before but didn't know there were different types, and assumed a modern phone with a modern Sat Nav would automatically talk to each other just fine. Has anyone got any other ideas or do I just either give up or keep updating the software on the Garmin and phone hoping one day they fully speak each other's language?
This page contains information about installing the latest Garmin Nüvi 1390 driver downloads using the Garmin Driver Update Tool.
Garmin Nüvi 1390 drivers are tiny programs that enable your GPS hardware to communicate with your operating system software.
Tried phoning Nokia who didn't really know or care.
On the settings menu, there's a new Bluetooth icon that lets you set up the Bluetooth link with your cell phone. On the nüvi 360, just tap the Bluetooth icon, tap Change, and select Add Device. On your cell phone, enable Bluetooth and make your phone "visible" or discoverable.
Within a minute or so, the nüvi 360 will discover your cell phone.
Using outdated or corrupt Garmin Nüvi 1390 drivers can cause system errors, crashes, and cause your computer or hardware to fail.
Furthermore, installing the wrong Garmin drivers can make these problems even worse.