Guangzhou, Guangdong Dec 24, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - For an aftermarket head unit, it usually comes with igo maps installed. Igo maps update is necessary if you have installed a navigation unit a couple of years ago. Because some roads may be changed, so updating new maps can get you an accurate destination efficiently.
Firstly you can check if your old igo maps are on an SD card or in the internal storage of the navigation unit. If it's on an SD card, then you can check map files inside. There should be a folder named igo or primo or something like that. Then you can click it, so you can see a folder named "content".
In order to update your igo maps with the latest 2020 version, all you need to do is deleting the old map files, then copy new ones in the same directory. This step is different for different navigation units.
Firstly, prepare a USB flash drive, copy the new maps files of the content folder in the USB. Then connect the USB with your USB cable from the Android unit After a few seconds, you should see your USB storage in apps > file manager app.
You can get a download link from mygpsmaps.com, which provides a fast download link on google drive for igo maps update, available for European countries, North America, South America, Asia, South Africa, Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, and more.
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Go was one of the 5 games played at the inaugural World Mind Sports Games, hosted in Beijing in 2008 after the Olympic Games (and held in the Olympic Village, where 2,500 competitors freely lodged). Despite its few, easy-to-learn rules, Go is probably one of the hardest board games to master fully. This is probably due to the up-to-361 moves that can be made on each player's turn. This is why computers - whilst good for teaching intermediate players - cannot give very strong players a good Go game. Contrast this with chess, which computers can easily master. The game of Go is traditionally played on a 19x19 grid. However, smaller boards can be used for learning or short games. In the game, one player is black, and the other is white. The players alternate placing black and white stones onto the intersection points of the grid. The objective is to control the most territory on the board.
There are several free Go games that can be downloaded, to play against your computer. There are national Go associations in every country, which co-ordinate clubs in most large towns and organise open tournaments throughout the particular country. There are also many dedicated internet servers for free inter-player on-line games and leagues. One can also play free Go on Facebook. For complete details, history, rules, downloads, national & other links, please see the dedicated wiki site - but be warned - Go is a very addictive game.
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