In this brief guide, we’ll explain the steps TwoNav recommends taking to start up your GPS and install the best maps and software to manage your outings:
- Check your device
- Get the free products included with your purchase
- Activate Land on your computer
- Install maps on your device
1 - Insert the battery into the GPS unit. You will find it in the box, along with the other accessories (only Horizon/Aventura).
2 - Turn on the device by pressing the power button.
3- Configure the Wi-Fi network.
"Menu > Settings > Wi-Fi"
This step is very important for accessing software updates and syncing data with the GO Cloud.
4- Log in with your TwoNav account.
"Menu > Settings > My accounts"
5- Turn on Go Cloud sync.
"Menu > Settings > GO Cloud"
Your device is ready to be used. To record your first activity, just go outside and press ‘Start’. We recommend reading the sections below to get the most from your device, especially to activate the SeeMe service and install the best maps.
Your device includes useful complementary products (broadcasts, emergency alerts, maps and management software). Activating them is very easy. Access to www.twonav.com/start and follow the steps:
1 - Select the model of your device
2 - Log in with your TwoNav user, or create a new one.
3 - Type the promotional code that you’ll find in the box containing your device.
4- Set up the SeeMe service, which will let you broadcast your position live and send emergency alerts.
- Emergency contact: will get an email and SMS with your position when you press the emergency button on your device.
- Broadcast contacts: will get an email with a link to follow your activity. This will happen when you start an activity if you have the “broadcast” option activated in your device.
4 - Download and install the latest version of Land software.
5 - Access to your TwoNav space, where you will see a list of the free products you can get. To do so, you just have to validate each product.
Note: If you want to validate a mosaic map, you have to select the area of the map you want to get.
Once validated, you’ll be able to install them. Your products will now be available for installation on your GPS device.
Land is the best PC/Mac tool for planning and analysing your outings. It will also let you transfer data such as routes or maps to the device.
1 - Log in to your TwoNav customer area at twonav.com and then go to ‘My products’.
2 - If you validated Land in the previous step, you’ll see your new Land Standard licence in the section ‘My software’. Copy the registration code for your Land Standard licence.
3 - Run Land.
Note: When you start it for the first time, you will have to log in with your TwoNav account.
4 - Land will run in basic mode. Press ‘Activate’ to turn your Land Basic into Land Standard. Simply enter the registration code you copied earlier.
7 - You can now enjoy Land in Standard mode.
Remember that you can also get more features by purchasing a Land Premium licence, which is available for 50% off just for being a GPS TwoNav user.
Your TwoNav GPS comes with pre-installed maps, but you can expand them. For example, in the case of mosaic maps, you can add a tiled layer, which is more detailed.
1 - Make sure your device is connected to the computer.
2 - Log in to your TwoNav customer area at ‘twonav.com > My products > My maps’.
3 - Select the map content you want to install and click ‘Install’.
Note: If you have several tiles of a mosaic map, you can also install them at the same time with the 'Install all' button.
4 - The TwoNav Downloader will then start downloading the maps.
Note: If you installed the Land software in the previous steps, your computer will already have the TwoNav Downloader. If it doesn’t, you can install it now.
5 - In TwoNav Downloader, select which device you want the map you downloaded to be installed on.
6 - Once the installation process is complete, the map will be available on the device.
Note: If you installed tiles on a mosaic map, you’ll be able to see them when you zoom in on that part of the map (the map’s different layers will disappear as you zoom in on more detailed layers).