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Old 20th November 2022, 19:34   #1
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Default SYGIC Android GPS sat nav on macro sd card

2021 world Sygic GPS sat nav system on macro sd card.

Your media unit must have GPS system, must be Android, must have dedicated GPS/Sat nav micro slot. Instructions are simple, supplied with card. Besides the supplied macro card it also has the larger adaptor for the SD card should you require it. Cost me £39, now installed in my internal storage so have no further need for sd card.See photos.
Will swap for nice android reversing camera, or someone to change all 8litres of my automatic gearbox fluid. Have the oil plus ramps and all tools, but age and health prevent me now from doing it myself: shrug:
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Purchased 52 plate V6 connie Wedgewood blue,one owner,42000 on clock ,Virtually pristine.2017 service,new Goodyear tyres,Discs and pads all round,new battery,New cam and timing belts (3rd fitting in life of car),plus full normal service.exhaust 2016.First mod was to bonnet catch .Latest mod,triple heart pace maker. All brake lines changed for copper, all brake hoses changed for Pagid hoses.
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