Above the settings page, on the regular chart display, you should find the same rectangle, only with blue circles in the four corners. You can drag those blue circles to define the size and location of the chart rectangle you want to get charts for. It should look something like this:
Yeah I figured that out but I live in NY and I need to download in the Bering Sea. So that method is bit tedious. but either way its good I guess.
My main problem seems to be an inability to get the download to start. I get stuck on this page…
@stevenh Any idea on my chart downloading issue? I get the blue highlighted area over the sections I wish to download and I have set to downlopad NOAA ENC Vector Charts, US Coast Pilot and NOAA Tide/Current Predictions. Since I just downloaded the app to my phone the LAST UPDATE is never. When I press start update the progress line is displayed but it never loads anything. I have attached a screenshot.
It is not as good as the Nighthawk M6 Pro (AT&T) which supports 6-E service, and external antennea using dual T-9 ports. Both the Inseego 3000 & M6 Pro have gigabit Ethernet ports to plug into the router WAN port, allowing phone & tablet to get wireless internet… and all the N2K data from the NEMO.
I placed the tablet on top of the deck for clear sky faster download speed, albeit it under plastic winter shrink wrap.
If you are trying to D/L charts without subscription, it may explain the punchy performance…
Thank you for the reply. I did try and resize the download area to a much smaller one to try and dowload the entire area needed in smaller chunks. No luck tho. Also, I purchased the subscription for US Coastal Charts via Google Play App Store. I suppose I should check to verify if the Bering Sea is considered coastal in this instance?
I think I am having the same issue. I am using a licensed app on a Samsung Tab 6 connecting to my home high speed network and it is downloading so slow I cannot get the download to complete.
I am now attempting to download via my Starlink service and it is giving me the same issues, very slow. The area I am trying to download is South East Alaska including BC and the San Juan Islands. This is a large area, but should it take days to download? Is there a configuration that needs to be adjusted?
Please send us a Log, since that may provide us some clues on what’s getting in the way. You should find a “Log” button, although its appearance is intentionally made gray to not stand out against the other frequently used features. You’ll find it in Settings > Chart and Data Syncrhonization. Here’s a screenshot showing what to click on to get the log data. Please email the contents of the log to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.