Quo Mobile for Endura Quo MobileXT Users Manual

Quo Mobile for Endura Quo MobileXT Users Manual
Quo Mobile for Endura
Quo MobileXT
Users Manual
Version 2.1
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republished, transmitted or distributed for any purpose, without prior written
consent of Mapyx Limited.
Mapyx Limited has made every effort in the preparation of this User’s guide to
ensure the accuracy of the information. However, the information contained in
this user’s guide is issued without warranty. Mapyx Limited will not be held
liable for any damages caused or alleged to be caused either directly or
indirectly by this user’s guide.
Before attempting to use Mapyx software for any navigation, the user must
satisfy him/herself of their ability and fitness to undertake such navigation and
no instruction or advice contained herein confers any responsibility or liability
on Mapyx for the use of its software products and/or written literature.
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CONTENTS
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Quick Setup & Activation
Activating Quo MobileXT on your Endura Lowrance device
Exporting Waypoints, Routes and Tracks to your Endura GPS
Importing Logs, Waypoints, Routes, Tracks from your Endura GPS
Copying maps to your Endura GPS from Quo Desktop
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1. ENDURA BUTTONS
1.1. Power ON
1.2. Power OFF
1.3. Dim Screen
1.4. Switch Pages
1.5. Menu
1.6. Zoom IN/OUT
1.7. Moving Map
1.8. Marking a Waypoint
1.9. Locking the Device
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2. MAIN MENU
2.1. Header
2.2. Menu Items
2.3. Footer
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3. GPS MENU
3.1. Start NEW
3.2. No Logging
3.2. Pause Logging
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4. GPS LOGS
4.1. Tapping Loaded GPS Log
4.2. Tapping unloaded GPS Log
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5. TRIP COMPUTER WINDOW
5.1. Information under Trip Computer
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6. SATELLITES WINDOW
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7. COMPASS PAGE
7.1. Calibration
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8. POSITION INFO
8.1. Calibration
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9. PROFILE WINDOW
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10. SEARCH WINDOW
10.1. Searching for OS Gazetteer entity
10.2. Searching for OS County entity
10.3. GO TO Co-ordinate
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11. GPX FILES WINDOW
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11.1. Creating NEW GPX file
11.2. Loaded/unloaded GPX file
11.3. Unloaded GPX File Options
11.4. Loaded GPX File Options
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12. WAYPOINTS WINDOW
12.1 Creating New Waypoint
12.1.1 Creating New Waypoint from Coordinate
12.2 Moving the Waypoint
12.3 Deleting the Waypoint
12.4 Waypoint Options
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13. ROUTES WINDOW
13.1. Creating New Route
13.2. Drawing a Route
13.3. Deleting a Route Point
13.4 Moving the Route Point
13.5. Adding a Route Point
13.6. Route Options
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14. TRACKS WINDOW
14.1 Track Options
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15. AREAS WINDOW
15.1 Creating New Area
15.2 Moving the Area Point
15.3 Deleting the Area Point
15.4 Adding an Area Point
15.5 Area Options
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16. NAVIGATING WITH YOUR ENDURA
16.1 Following a Route
16.2 Navigating Options
16.3 Take me back
16.4 Map in navigation mode
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17. PREFERENCES WINDOW
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18. POWER WINDOW
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Quick Setup & Activation
IMPORTANT
Before activating your Endura GPS, you need to ensure that Mapyx Quo Desktop is
installed and activated. You can download Quo from the www.mapyx.com/quo
website. If you previously installed Quo, make sure you update to the latest
version which you can download from our website or just go under Help menu –
Check for updates.
The Mapyx Quo activation process is as follows:
1) Run Quo.
2) Go under Help menu.
3) Under Help menu select Activation.
4) Under Activation window type in your username and password.
NOTE: If you don't have a Quo Account yet, just type the login details you wish to
have and Quo will create a new Quo Account for you.
NOTE: If you previously activated Quo, you can skip the activation of Quo and
proceed with the Endura GPS activation.
Once Mapyx Quo is installed and activated, you can now activate your Endura GPS.
Your Endura GPS is pre-installed with Quo Mobile on a micro SD card. In order to
start using your Endura GPS you need to activate your Quo Mobile and maps you
wish to use on the Endura GPS via your computer (an internet connection IS
required).
Activating Quo MobileXT on your Endura Lowrance dev ice
Step 1. Connect your Endura Lowrance device to your PC using USB cable.
Step 2. Run Quo.
Step 3. Go to Help menu and select Activation.
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Step 4. The Activation Window will load. Type in your Quo Account User Name and
Password. If you have not got one, type in your desired login details and Quo will
create your Quo Account. NOTE: Make sure you then use the same User Name and
Password if you make more purchases.
Step 5. Quo will connect to our server and activate your device. You will get a
message if activation was successful.
NOTE: Every time you buy new maps for your Quo or Quo Mobile you HAVE TO run
the Activation procedure for Quo MobileXT as well.
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NOTE: It is advisable to make a back-up copy of your micro SD card. Once the
Endura GPS is connected to the computer it becomes visible in „My Computer‟ as
an external/removable disk. Use Windows Explorer and copy the contents of
micro SD cards to backup folder on your PC e.g. Backup_ Lowrance_QuoMobile, or
a filename of your choice.
Quo Mobile can be quickly restored to the SDCard with this backup file if you
accidentally delete the files from the SDCard.
Running Quo MobileXT on your Lowrance Endura device
1) Make sure the device is powered off.
2) Insert Quo MobileXT microSD card.
3) Turn on the Endura GPS.
4) The device will boot into Quo MobileXT.
NOTE: If you insert the Quo MobileXT microSD card while the Endura software is
running on the GPS device, nothing will happen and you will need to turn off and
then turn on the GPS device to boot into Quo MobileXT.
IMPORTANT: You use the Endura and Quo Mobile at your own risk. The GPS device
is to be taken as the navigation aid and sensible precaution should be applied by
the User. Always use common sense when using the device.
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Exporting Routes, Waypoints and Tracks to your Endura Dev ice
Step 1. Connect your Endura Lowrance device to your PC using USB cable.
Step 2. Run Quo.
Step 3. To Export the whole Project just click Export button in the main Quo
toolbar and if you want to Export only a single route, right click on the route in
Project Tab tree-view in Quo Explorer window and from the right click menu
select Export. In both cases select Export to GPS device.
Step 4. From the Export to GPS device window select Lowrance Endura Quo
MobileXT option and click Finish.
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Importing Logs, Routes, Waypoints from Endura Dev ice
Step 1. Connect your Endura Lowrance device to your PC using USB cable.
Step 2. Run Quo.
Step 3. From the main Quo toolbar select Import.
Step 4. Select to Import from GPS device.
Step 5. From the Import from GPS device window select Lowrance Endura Quo
MobileXT and click Next.
Step 6. Import from Lowrance Endura. The Quo Mobile XT form will load. At the
top you will see the GPS Logs and underneath your GPX files saved on the device.
Tick the check-boxes of those files you would like to import and click Finish.
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Copying the Maps to Endura Dev ice from QUO Desktop
Step 1. Connect your Endura Lowrance device to
your PC using the USB cable.
Step 2. Run Quo.
Step 3. Click on the Explorer icon in the main
Quo toolbar.
Step 4. Once the Explorer window loads, click
on the Loaded Maps tab. You will have all your
Loaded maps listed there. NOTE: If your maps
are not listed, you need to load them from the
Maps menu.
Step 5. Expand the map view by clicking + icon
in front of the map name so you can see all the
map tiles.
Step 6. Select the map tiles by clicking on them
and using Ctrl or Shift for multiple files in
Windows Explorer. Once complete, press the
third icon from the left in the Loaded Maps
toolbar. It will have a tool tip: Transfer selected
maps or map tiles to Lowrance Endura Quo
Mobile XT.
Step 7. Quo will start copying the maps and you will see the progress bar. If you
want to stop the copying just click Cancel.
Step 8. Once the maps are copied you will get a window telling you Quo has
successfully copied all the maps. You can now disconnect the device from your PC.
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1. ENDURA BUTTONS
Your Endura GPS can be operated
with buttons and you will find the
buttons on the front of the
device and at the side.
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Power ON/OFF Button /
Dim Screen on the Left side
of the Endura.
Pages Button.
Menu Button.
Mark/Enter Button.
Move Cursor/Move Map
Directions Buttons.
Zoom Out Button.
Zoom In Button.
1.1. Power ON
To turn your Endura GPS ON press and hold the Power button for a few seconds
until the screen lights up. If a Quo SDCard is inserted the Endura GPS will boot
directly into the Quo Mobile programme.
1.2. Power OFF
To turn your Endura GPS OFF,
press and hold the power button.
You will get a prompt window, hold
the button for 5 more seconds and
the device will turn off.
1.3. Dim Screen
To dim the screen, press the Power button whilst the device is turned ON. The
screen will dim and a bar will be displayed which can be moved up or down to
change the screen brightness levels.
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1.4. Switch Pages
To switch between most popular pages press the “Pages” button. The pages are
displayed in the order as follows below:
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Map Page – shows the active map.
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GPS Logs Page – shows the previous GPS logs.
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Trip Computer Page – shows the current time, distance, altitude, speed.
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Satellites Page – shows visible satellites and signal strength.
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Compass Page – shows compass to determine bearing and direction.
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Sensors Page – shows local time, coordinate, heading,etc.
Pressing the Pages button repeatedly will scroll between each page above
consecutively.
1.5. Menu
To access the menu press the “Menu” button.
1.6. Zoom IN/OUT
To zoom IN or OUT on the map press the “–” and “+” buttons.
1.7. Moving Map
Use the Direction buttons to move the map in desired direction (UP, DOWN, LEFT
or RIGHT).
1.8. Marking a Waypoint
Press the Mark button to mark your current location as a Waypoint. Note that the
Mark button also acts as an Enter button, so all instructions in this Guide to „Tap‟
the screen can also be achieved with the use of this Enter button.
1.9. Locking the Device
To lock the device, to prevent buttons being pressed inadvertently, press the – and
+ buttons simultaneously. Press them again to Unlock.
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2. MAIN MENU
To access the Main Menu press the
Menu button on the device or tap
the Menu icon in the right bottom
corner of the screen.
The Main Menu is divided into
three sections:
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Header – Shows which menu
you are in.
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Menu Items – List of items in
the menu.
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Footer
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Show
Map,
Preferences, Screen Power
and Device Power options.
2.1. Header
In the Header the name of the current screen and a battery meter are displayed.
You will notice that Grid reference of your current location is also visible above.
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2.2. Menu Items
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Start GPS - start or stop
receiving GPS data.
GPS Logs - show GPS Logs.
Trip Computer - Show trip
computer information.
Satellites - show GPS
satellites and signal.
Compass – show digital
compass.
Sensors - show digital
sensors.
Profile - show profile
Graph.
Search - show search
window.
GPX Files - show GPX files.
Waypoints - show
Waypoints.
Routes - show Routes.
Tracks - show Tracks.
Preferences - edit
application preferences.
Shut Down - show shut
down options.
2.3. Footer
In the
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Footer the following icons appear:
Map Page - tap to be returned to map page.
Preferences icon - tap to access application preferences.
Display icon - tap to dim and lock the screen.
Power icon - tap to access Power options.
NOTE: To select the desired item in the menu section, either tap the desired
function or scroll using the up/down buttons and Mark to select or tap the icon on
the screen with your fingers or stylus. To scroll using the touch screen, tap and
hold your finger and move it up or down to get to icon you require.
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3. Start GPS Window
Under Start GPS Window you can
start and stop receiving a GPS
signal.
You will have two options:
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Start NEW.
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No Logging.
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Back.
3.1. Start NEW
To start a new GPS Log tap the
Start New option. Quo Mobile will
start receiving a GPS signal and a
new Log will be created.
3.2. No Logging
Select this option to start receiving
a GPS signal if you do not want to
create a Log of your travelled
Track.
NOTE: To continue a previously started Log, go to GPS Logs window and select the
Log you would like to continue. In the Start GPS Window select Continue Loaded
option. Tapping this option will start the GPS and continue the selected GPS Log.
Once you start receiving a GPS signal the Start GPS menu item will change to Stop
GPS. Tapping this option will stop your GPS receiving a GPS signal and ends the
Log.
3.3. Pause Logging
To pause the logging tap the GPS Signal icon on the map screen (located at the
top-left of the map screen).
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4. GPS LOGS
A GPS Log is a record of where you
have been and can be exported to
Quo desktop for review.
In the GPS Log window a list of all
the Logs will be displayed. They
will be listed Alphabetically if you
rename them; numerically if you
don‟t.
NOTE: If a Log is already loaded it
will have a Green Tick icon.
4.1. Tapping Loaded GPS Log
When you tap the Loaded Log, the
following options appear:
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Unload - selecting this will
unload loaded Log.
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Info - selecting this will
show the number of points
in Log, total distance and
total time. NOTE: once the
Log is loaded you can
preview more information
under the Trip Computer
window.
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Profile - selecting this it will show the profile of loaded Log.
Go to Start - it will move the map to the start Waypoint of the loaded Log.
Go to End - it will move the map to the end Waypoint of the loaded Log.
Take Me Back - navigate to GPS Log backwards.
NOTE: Once the Log is loaded you can preview more information under the Trip
Computer.
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4.2. Tapping unloaded GPS Log
When tapping the unloaded GPS
Log will display these options:
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Load - this will load the GPS
Log. NOTE: if you have other
GPS Log already loaded it
will save the previously
loaded one and Load the
selected one.
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Rename - renames the
selected GPS Log.
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Delete
deletes
the
selected GPS Log.
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Back - returns to GPS Logs
window.
5. TRIP COMPUTER WINDOW
Information about GPS Logs can be
previewed with this function. If
your GPS is active it will show the
information about the current GPS
Log in-progress. If your GPS is not
active, it will show information
about the current Loaded GPS Log
information. If nothing is selected
or active, N/A will be displayed.
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5.1. Information under Trip Computer
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Total time - total time from starting the GPS Log.
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Total distance - total distance from starting the GPS Log.
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Current Altitude.
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Current Speed.
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Moving Time - cumulative moving time in a GPS Log.
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Stopped Time - cumulative stopped time in a GPS Log, only recorded when
you have GPS on and not moving.
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Minimum Altitude.
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Average Altitude.
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Maximum Speed.
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Average Speed.
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Local Time.
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Sunrise/Sunset.
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Distance to Target Point.
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Time to Target Point.
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Distance to Destination.
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Time to Destination.
NOTE: To change the units for information under Trip Computer go to Application
Preferences.
6. SATELLITES WINDOW
Under the Satellites window the
current satellites and strength of
the signal will be displayed. If you
don't have a GPS Fix you will see
No Valid GPS Fix displayed. If this
occurs move to a location with a
clearer view of the sky and try
again. The PDOP is the positional
accuracy of the current GPS signal.
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7. COMPASS PAGE
Under the Compass window an
electronic compass is displayed. It
will show the direction to north
and display your current heading in
degrees.
7.1. Calibration
To calibrate your compass tap on
the compass image and hold down
until you get the calibration page.
Follow the instructions on how to
calibrate it.
8. POSITION INFO
The Position Info window shows
relevant information about your
current position.
It includes:
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Local Time.
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Coordinate.
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Heading.
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GPS Altitude.
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DTM Altitude.
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Barometric Altitude (only
Safari and Sierra).
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Distance to Target Point.
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Distance to Destination.
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Time to Destination.
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8.1. Calibration
Press the Calibrate option on the Position Info page to calibrate the sensors. If you
know the Altitude of your current location, choose Enter Manually and enter the
height in meters.
NOTE: The Barometric Altimeter needs to be calibrated every time you take your
device on a walk and calibrated at know heights throughout the day (where
possible) for it to give you accurate readings. It is also advisable to calibrate
Compass on regular basis, though this needs to be done less frequently then
Altimeter. Calibrate the compass outside and away from buildings.
9. PROFILE WINDOW
In profile window you can preview
the profile of your Log, Route or
Track, If you have a “live” GPS Log
running Quo Mobile will generate
profile in real-time.
To preview the Profile of a Log,
Route or a Track just go to Log,
Track or Route window select the
Log, Route or Track from which
you would like to see the profile,
tap on it and from Options select
Profile.
In the profile window you will the profile of your selected Log, Route or Track
along with information:
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X min/max
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Y min/max
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Centre Point of screen X/Y
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The profile is dynamic, so if you
would like to preview certain point
on the profile zoom in and centre
the point to preview information
about that point.
For Zooming you can use the
device buttons or just slide up and
down with your finger. The same
goes for moving left or right. Use
the buttons or just use the finger
to drag it left or right.
You can press the Mark key at any t
time and it will position the map to
the point selected from the
profile.
If the Route has point labels turned
of they will also be visible on the
Profile.
10. SEARCH WINDOW
Under Search window you can
search through either of two preloaded
databases:
the
OS
Gazetteer or the OS Counties, as
well as search for any chosen coordinate you type and enter.
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10.1. Searching for OS Gazetteer
entity
Tap OS Gazetteer option and the
input field appears for the query.
Type the name and once happy
with the search string tap the
Green Tick icon in left lower
corner. Quo will search and display
the search result window.
In the search result window a list
of all search results appears. Tap a
single search result to get more
options.
You can:
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Show on Map - it will centre
the map to resultant item.
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Add to Waypoints - it will
add the resultant location to
Waypoints.
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Or tap Cancel to return back
to search result list.
10.2. Searching for OS County entity
Tap OS County option and input field appears for the query. Once happy with the
search string tap the Green Tick icon in left lower corner. Quo will search and
display the search result window.
In the search result window a list of all search results appears. Tap a search result
to get more options.
You can:
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Show on Map - it will centre the map to the selected item.
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Add to Waypoints - it will add the result location to Waypoints.
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Or tap Cancel to return back to search result list.
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10.3. GO TO Co-ordinate
Tap the Co-ordinate option and input field appears for the query.
Once happy with the search string tap the Green Tick icon in left lower corner.
Quo will centre the map screen on the coordinate provided.
11. GPX FILES WINDOW
Note that GPX is the common
terminology used for standard GPS
file and end with the suffix
“.GPX”.
The GPX Files window is where all
GPX files on the device are
managed. Quo Mobile can handle
multiple GPX Files and you can
store as many as you like on your
device.
In the GPX Files window a list of
all GPX files on the GPS is stored.
All GPX files are stored in
QuoMobileXT/GPX folder.
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11.1. Creating NEW GPX file
When creating a Route or Waypoint
from within your device (section
12&13), you will need to create a
new GPX file (or load existing one)
for the data to be written to.
From the Main Menu, select GPX
Files. From here you can either
create a New GPX file or select an
existing one.
If you create a new file, rename it
to something relevant. Press Green
Tick icon in the left lower corner
and Quo Mobile will create new
blank GPX File which will appear in
the list of GPX files.
11.2. Loaded/unloaded GPX file
You can load or unload any GPX
file. A Loaded GPX file means
every Route or Waypoint you draw
will be added to the loaded GPX
file.
NOTE:
GPS
Logs
are
not
automatically added to the loaded
GPX file. Quo Mobile handles these
separately. So, if you the device
crashes or lose power you will
never lose the data which was
logged.
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11.3. Unloaded GPX File Options
When
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you tap on the Unloaded GPS file the following options appear:
Load - it will load the selected GPX and save previously loaded one.
Rename - you can rename selected GPX file.
Delete - delete the selected GPX file.
Back - return to GPX files list.
11.4. Loaded GPX File Options
When you tap on the Loaded GPS file the following options appear:
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Save - it will save the all the amendments to the GPX file. NOTE: when
you power off the GPS or load different GPX Quo Mobile files, the GPS will
automatically save the amendments to the current GPX file.
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Save As - save GPX file as a new file.
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Unload - it unloads the selected GPX file.
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Info - shows the information about the GPX File. Information consists of
number of Waypoints, Routes Tracks, Areas there are in a GPX file.
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Back - returns you back to the GPX Files list.
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12. WAYPOINTS WINDOW
Under Waypoints window all your Waypoints are stored. Waypoints are stored in
the GPX File which is currently loaded. Once the Waypoints window loads you will
see a list of all your Waypoints.
12.1 Creating New Waypoint
Tap the New/Edit option under the
Waypoint window. You will be
transferred to a map where you
can add new Waypoints. To add
new Waypoint you can use the
directions buttons to position the
Red Rectangle with + in the
centre. Pressing the Mark key it
will position the Waypoint on that
Waypoint.
Alternatively, you can drag the
Rectangle to the desired location
with your finger and then press the
at the top of the screen to
mark a Waypoint.
12.1.1 Creating New Waypoint from Coordinate
In the Waypoint window click From Coordinate option. You will get a window
where you type in the coordinate in the system you have set under Preferences.
Once happy with the coordinate press
coordinate.
in the left lower corner to add the
12.2 Moving the Waypoint
If you would like to move the selected Waypoint to a different position, place the
+ in the Rectangle on a Waypoint. It will change it's colour to Blue. Now press the
at the left top corner of the screen. Now drag the Rectangle or use the
Direction buttons to place it on a different position. Once happy with the new
position, press the
again in the left upper corner of the screen and your
Waypoint will be moved to a selected position.
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12.3 Deleting the Waypoint
If you would like to delete the selected Waypoint, place the + in the Rectangle on
a Waypoint. It will change it's colour to Blue. Now press the Mark button or the
in the upper left corner of the screen. It will ask you to delete the Waypoint,
confirm and the Waypoint will be deleted.
12.4 Waypoint Options
Tapping the Waypoint will bring
the options for each Waypoint.
Each Waypoint has the following
options:
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Symbol - here you select the
image symbol for your
Waypoint.
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Rename - here you can
rename the Waypoint.
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Delete
deletes
the
selected Waypoint.
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Info - Information about the selected Waypoint (DTM Altitude, Distance &
Heading to next Waypoint, Distance & Heading from map centre, Distance &
Heading from GPS position).
Go To - centres the map to the Waypoint position.
Navigate TO - navigates you to selected Waypoint.
Back – goes back to Waypoint List window.
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13. ROUTES WINDOW
Under the Routes window you will see the list of routes in the loaded GPX file. If
there isn‟t any Create New option will appear.
13.1. Creating New Route
To start creating a new Route, tap
the New option under Routes
Window. Type in new name in
Name New Route window. Then
press the
in lower left corner.
You will be transferred to map
screen, where in the upper left
corner two icons appear:
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add
Waypoint.
a
Route
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delete
Waypoint.
a
Route
In the lower right corner you will see a Green Tick icon. Tapping that icon closes
the Route drawing and you can see your Route on the map.
13.2. Drawing a Route
In the centre of the screen you will see the Red Rectangle with the + in the
middle. The + marks the Waypoint where you will add the next Route Waypoint.
You can move the Rectangle either by the directions buttons or by using your
finger and dragging the Rectangle to your desired location. Once happy with the
location of the next Route Waypoint press the Mark button or tap the Green plus
icon in upper left corner of the screen. A New Waypoint for the Route will be
added and the Route displayed.
Now move the Rectangle to a position where you want to place the next Waypoint
for the Route and repeat the procedure. Repeat until your Route is completed.
NOTE: If you would like to pan the map, use your finger and tap on the map
outside the Rectangle and drag. The Map will pan in desired direction.
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13.3. Deleting a Route Point
To delete a Route Waypoint, place
the centre of the Rectangle to the
Waypoint you would like to delete.
Its colour will change from red to
Blue. Now press Mark button or
press
icon in the upper left
corner of the screen.
13.4 Moving the Route Point
If you would like to move the selected Route Waypoint to a different position,
place the + in the big Rectangle on the selected Route Waypoint. It will change
colour to Blue. Now press the
at the left top corner of the screen. Now drag
the Rectangle or use the buttons to place it on a different position. Once happy
with the new position press the
in the left upper corner of the screen and your
Route Waypoint will be moved to a selected position.
13.5. Adding a Route Point
To add a Route Waypoint between to Route Waypoints in your existing Route,
position the middle of the Rectangle over a Route line between two Waypoints. It
will change its colour to Green, now press the Mark button or
left corner of the screen to insert a Route Waypoint.
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in the upper
13.6. Route Options
In the Routes window you can
Tap/Enter on any of the Routes in
the list to access the Route
Options. You have the following
Options:

Edit - it will transfer you
back to map screen where
you will be able to edit the
Route.

Rename - you can rename
the selected Route.

Delete - it will delete the
selected Route.

Simplify - simplifies the
Route,
reducing
the
unwanted route points.

Reverse - reverses the order
of the route points

Points - it will show the list
of Route points.
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Profile - it will show the Route profile. NOTE: this is not the GPS profile.
Quo Mobile has inbuilt OS DTM model which is used to draw a Route profile.

Properties - you can change the Route properties as follows:

Visible - turn on/off visibility of Route on map.

Line Width - change the width of Route line on map.

Line colour - change the colour of Route line on map.

Points width - change the width of the Route Waypoints.

Points colour - change the colour of Route Waypoints.

Back - return back to Route menu.

Go to Start - centres the map to the first Waypoint of the Route.

Go to End - centres the map to the last Waypoint of the Route.

Follow Route - navigate to route points.

Back - returns back to Routes Window.
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14. TRACKS WINDOW
Under Tracks Window all your
information regarding Track in the
Loaded GPX file is stored. You
cannot draw Track, but you can
add them from Quo.
Once the Tracks Window loads you
will see a list of all the tracks in
the Loaded GPX file.
14.1 Track Options
By selecting a Track you will get Track Options:

Rename - you can rename the selected Track.

Delete - it will delete the selected Track.

Simplify - simplifies the Track reducing the unwanted Track points.

Reverse - reverses the order of Track points.

Info - show Track Info.

Profile - it will show the Track profile. NOTE: this is not the GPS profile.
Quo Mobile has an in-built OS DTM (Digital Terrain Model) which is used to
draw a Track profile.

Properties - you can change the Track properties as follows:

Visible - turn on/off visibility of the Track on map.

Line Width - change the width of Track line on map.

Line colour - change the colour of Track line on map.

Points width - change the width of the Track Waypoints.

Points colour - change the colour of Track Waypoints.

Back - return back to Track Options menu.

Go to Start - centres the map to the first Waypoint of the Track.

Go to End - centres the map to the last Waypoint of the Track.

Back - returns back to Tracks Window.
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15. AREAS WINDOW
Under the Areas Window, all
information is stored regarding the
Areas in the loaded GPX file. You
will see the list of all areas. NOTE:
Areas is a special Quo Mobile
object which is not a standard GPX
file. If you are exporting GPX for
another programme (not Quo),
note that it may not be supported.
15.1 Creating New Area
Select the New option in the Areas Window list. You will be asked to enter the
name for the new Area. Once you are happy with the name, press
lower left corner of the screen.
in the
You will be transferred to map screen where you will see the Red Rectangle with
the + in the middle. Position the Rectangle where you would like to put your first
area Waypoint and press Mark button or
at the right top corner of the screen
to place an Area Point. Continue to do so until happy with the Area. To finish the
drawing of an Area press the
at the right lower corner of the screen.
15.2 Moving the Area Point
If you would like to move the selected Area Point to a different position, place the
+ in the Rectangle on a selected Area Point. It will change it's colour to Blue.
Now press the
at the left top corner of the screen. Now drag the Rectangle or
use the buttons to place it on a different position. Once happy with the new
position press the
in the left upper corner of the screen and your Area Point
will be moved to a selected position.
15.3 Deleting the Area Point
If you would like to delete the selected Area Point to a different position, place
the + in the Rectangle on an Area Point. It will change it's colour to Blue. Now
press the Mark button or the
in the upper left corner of the screen. It will ask
you to delete the Area Point, confirm and the Area Point will be deleted.
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15.4 Adding an Area Point
To add an Area Waypoint between two Area points in your existing Area, position
the middle of the Rectangle on an Area Boundary line between two Area points. It
will change its colour to Green, now press the Mark button or
left corner of the screen to insert an Area Waypoint.
15.5 Area Options
By selecting a Area you will get Area Options:

Edit - edit Area on map.

Rename - rename Area.

Delete - delete Area.

Info - show Area Info.

Points - show Area Points.

Properties - show Area properties.

Visible - area visible on screen.

Fill Colour - area Fill colour.

Line Width - area line width.

Line Colour - area line colour.

Points Width - area points width.

Points Colour - area points colour.

GO TO - centre to first area point.

Back - return to Areas List.
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16. NAVIGATING WITH YOUR ENDURA
Your Endura Device has the ability to help you navigate along a Route you have
created or to navigate you back to where you started by using the Follow Route or
Take Me Back function.
16.1 Following a Route
To follow a route created, locate the Route you wish to navigate (Main
Menu/Routes) and select it.
You can then select the Follow Route option. Your Endura will then begin
navigating you to the first Waypoint of that route. It will be labelled WPT001
(target) on the map if you have not renamed the route points. When you get close
to that point your device will sound a beep and will start navigating you towards
the next Waypoint.
16.2 Navigating Options
While Endura is in Follow Route mode you can over-ride the navigation by tapping
the
in the left upper corner on the map screen.
This will open the options page. The options are:
Previous Point – this will jump the navigation to the previous target point on the
route.
Next Point – this will force the navigation to jump to the next point.
Nearby Point – jumps navigation to the nearest waypoint.
Exit Navigation – exits the navigation.
16.3 Take me back
This function allows you to navigate you back to your start point by simply going
into the GPS Logs, locating the last log created by tapping it and selecting Take Me
Back. To skip to the next, nearby or previous point, tap the
left of the map).
(located on the
16.4 Map in navigation mode
When in Navigation mode there is a red arrow that shows your
direction of travel. When stationary, this remains as a red dot.
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17. PREFERENCES WINDOW
To access the device preferences tap the preferences icon in the Main Menu footer
area. In the preferences window you can change, among other settings, the units
displayed, frequency of logs and the etc.
Here is a list of what you can change under the Preferences menu:








GPS - edit GPS receiver settings.
Log Interval - either by seconds or by meters.
Units - edit the units for Quo Mobile. You can set different units for Coordinates, Distance, Altitude and Speed.
Drawing - edit Drawing Settings.
Sound - set the Loudness (volume) of the tapping or pressing the buttons.
Time Zone - setting the time zone for you location, make sure you always
tap in the correct time-zone.
Power Saving - Edit power saving settings.
Battery Type – extend the battery life by selecting the right type.
18. POWER WINDOW
Under Shut Down window you have several options.

Turn Off Screen - turns off the screen. NOTE: to bring the screen back-on,
tap and hold the screen for two seconds until it illuminates.

Suspend - suspends the device.

Restart - soft restart the device.
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