Hema iPad app - import GPX file?

Submitted: Saturday, Jul 28, 2012 at 17:10
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I am pulling my hair out trying to do this!!!
I can't find instructions anywhere - can anyone help please?
It is a great app - but I am heading off on a specific trip - I have been given the .gpx file and it would be great if I could import it. Apparently it can be done, but.... I can't figure it out!

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Reply By: Member - Ian and Cheryl (QLD) - Saturday, Jul 28, 2012 at 18:40

Saturday, Jul 28, 2012 at 18:40
Ha finally figured it out myself.
Only catch is I tried so many different things I am not sure what actually worked.

Used Itunes and dragged the gpx file onto the app - restarted the app and Tracks had the route.

One reason I don't know exactly what worked was that I was looking in Routes on the iPad instead of Tracks, and may have actually been successful before I realised it!!!

I am an official on the Qld Variety Bash that starts next week - and now I am set to be in the right place at the right time!
Cheers,, IAN
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Reply By: Johnhu - Monday, Jul 30, 2012 at 10:54

Monday, Jul 30, 2012 at 10:54
The HEMA app is actually MemoryMap, lots of info online if you search using 'memorymap iphone gpx'.

For others who might find this post though;
- Use iTunes to copy the GPX file onto your iPhone (as you found).
- Start memoryMap on the iPhone.
- Open the 'tracks' page.
- Click the 'menu' button.
- Click the 'load saved data' button. A list of all the GPX files will be shown. Select one to import it.
- Return to the 'map' page, and your tracks, waypoints, etc from the gpx file will be shown.

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