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   - Plan a route with the Kurviger App ([[https://​play.google.com/​store/​apps/​details?​id=gr.talent.kurviger.pro|Pro]] or [[https://​play.google.com/​store/​apps/​details?​id=gr.talent.kurviger|Free]])   - Plan a route with the Kurviger App ([[https://​play.google.com/​store/​apps/​details?​id=gr.talent.kurviger.pro|Pro]] or [[https://​play.google.com/​store/​apps/​details?​id=gr.talent.kurviger|Free]])
-  - Export the route as GPX file with Track, Route, and Waypoints in this tutorial we use the name ''​route1-gpx''​ (see the image below)+  - Export the route as GPX file with Track, Route, and Waypoints in this tutorial we use the name ''​route1-gpx''​ (see the image below). For Garmin devices you can use a regular ''​GPX''​ file or the ''​Garmin ShapingPoint GPX''​. When using the ShapingPoint option, your waypoints will be "​silent waypoints"​. For more information about this feature can be found [[https://​forum.kurviger.de/​t/​export-garmin-compatible-gpx/​459|here]].
   - Connect the USB-OTG cable with your smartphone and Garmin charging cable and the charging cable wiht your navi (see the image below)   - Connect the USB-OTG cable with your smartphone and Garmin charging cable and the charging cable wiht your navi (see the image below)
   - Open the file manager and long tap on the exported file (''​route1-gpx''​ - the export path can be adjusted in the Kurviger app in ''​Settings-Application''​)   - Open the file manager and long tap on the exported file (''​route1-gpx''​ - the export path can be adjusted in the Kurviger app in ''​Settings-Application''​)
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 **Potential issues:** **Potential issues:**
-It might happen that your navi will use up too much energy via the smartphone'​s USB port. You can try to connect your navi to mount on the motorcycle and turn on the ignition so the navi will be powered from the bike. If that's not an option you can try a USB Y-cable with an additional power supply (often found with USB drives or [[https://​amzn.to/​2SBxULv|here at Amazon]]). ​Using the Y-cable you can connect the second USB-Port to any USB charger.+It might happen that your navi will use up too much energy via the smartphone'​s USB port. You can try to connect your navi to the mount on the motorcycle and turn on the ignition so the navi will be powered from the bike. If that's not an option you can try a USB Y-cable with an additional power supply (often found with USB drives or [[https://​amzn.to/​2SBxULv|here at Amazon]]). ​You can connect the second USB Y-cable to any USB charger.
  
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