Tap Maps | Import | X-Traverse Maps, activate a raster chart product, tap Download on any individual chart; later, view charts from Maps | Custom Maps. On-demand tiled Web Maps are accessed differently.
X-Traverse will only display charts which are compatible with your software.
Since October 2016, the Fugawi.com web service (formerly X-Traverse.com as shown in older versions of iNavX) is incompatible with legacy versions of iNavX 3.x and 4.x. Charts will no longer download and waypoints / routes data will no longer transfer. Error 200 will be issued by the app when attempting to work with Fugawi.com.
Fugawi.com with iNavX 5.x are fully compatible and interoperable.
A basic introduction to the Fugawi.com web service charts and how they work with iNavX.
Step by step illustrated example of using Waterway Guide data overlays on iNavX 4.7.4. The same essential steps apply to iNavX 5.x though some portions of the illustrations below are different from what is seen in version 5.
If the iOS Settings icon shows Cellular Data you have (at least) assisted-GPS. Also in Settings, enable Location Services. Another quick check: imprinted into the surface of any 3G / 4G cellular device ever manufactured is an IMEI number; for iPad units, the IMEI is always on the back side of the hardware.
Chart titles seem to disappear when you filter the chart list; unfilter it with the Magnifying Glass icon.
Check your email and password (case-sensitive) in the iNavX menu Charts | Account (in the older iNavX 4, the menu is Preferences | X-Traverse Account). It must match exactly with whatever logs you into www.fugawi.com/login.
Beginners at using the iNavX app sometimes do not notice the buttons in the upper-left and/or upper-right corners of any dialog box. These buttons will get you out of any sub-menu and up a higher level where you will see the options you are looking for.
That's how it works... you need to start a download inside your charting software. X-Traversre never "automagically" pushes charts to any destination.
No, a secure download of charts and other data is done exclusively from your licensed software; any other way would be insecure and awkward.
For merely a second device / computer, just configure software for your X-Traverse account and charts, start downloading. For a third or fourth, read on...
Upload GPX or KMZ files to Fugawi.com "My Cloud Storage" page or send as email attachment. Then use import menu option to get data into iNavX.
Charts are data, like a word processor document or spreadsheet. Data like charts needs software to present it and offer features beyond merely a visual image.
As long as a Theyr Weather subscription is present and activated on an account, the iNavX app has a Theyr menu inviting one to pick a forecast region and forecast model type. Once selected, the weather graphics semi-transparently overlay chart graphics at a regional level.
The content of any commercially sold chart depends, in part, on the permissions of maritime authorities; this has temporarily affected chart detail availability in the area of Hong Kong.
iOS 8.3 had a well known issue with Bluetooth connectivity. Updating to iOS 8.4, iOS 9.x or higher resolves the issue with getting data from an external Blueooth enabled GPS device.
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Wait and/or restart the iOS device, then try downloading again.
A password with punctuation characters such as ~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * (, etc. may trigger a chart product activation failure -- even though the password is perfectly acceptable for general fugawi.com account access. Change the password to alphanumeric text. Then attempt the chart product activation again.