Importing .GPX file into colleagues device

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Re: Importing .GPX file into colleagues device

by Psyberia-Support » Fri Oct 04, 2019 9:33 am

Yes.
However to import GPX file in OfflineMaps you need the "GPX Support" in-app purchase.

Re: Importing .GPX file into colleagues device

by M.B565 » Thu Oct 03, 2019 10:02 am

Is this the same for offline maps app?

Re: Importing .GPX file into colleagues device

by Psyberia-Support » Thu Oct 03, 2019 9:14 am

Hi,
If the application you use to share the files cannot directly open them and start AlpineQuest, then you must first copy the files on your device and import them as explained here:
https://www.alpinequest.net/en/help/v2/ ... export-gen

Let me know if you have any troubles

Importing .GPX file into colleagues device

by M.B565 » Tue Oct 01, 2019 1:10 pm

Hey all

I'm hoping you can help me. I have installed 103 way-points onto All in One Offline Maps (Free Version) on my personal device and would like to share the .GPX file with my colleagues so that they can import the file and see the Way points too. For some reason, when i share the file to them on whats App and they try and open it, their phone says they do not have any apps that can read this file? Am i doing something wrong? I have tried using the file structure of Offline Maps and implanting the file into the waypoints folder as a .SET file and .GPX and still did not work?

Please help,

Regards.

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