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What is a Backtrack and how do I use it on my Triton?
While navigating the GPS receiver stores a series of electronic points displayed on the map screen as small connecting dots. When the backtrack feature is activated the GPS receiver uses the electronic points to assist you back to your starting point. As an example if you are hiking with the GPS receiver turned on it is recording your track. When you are ready to navigate back to the start of your hike you can activate the backtrack feature. To access and activate a backtrack follow the steps below
Press the enter key and select Backtrack
Then follow the "breadcrumb" trail that has been automatically saved by your Triton.
Click here for detailed instructions
25 Nov 2009 12:51 AM
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