How to Install and Connect a Garmin GPS to Google Earth Easily? (Example)

GPS is one of the oldest positioning systems that exist, and Google Earth is the software with the best mapping of the earth, therefore it was logical that both things worked hand in hand. With that in mind today you will learn more about the subject, answering How to install and connect a garmin GPS to Google Earth?

In case you didn’t know, in the latest versions of the Google program, you can place data directly from a GPS, so you can synchronize and customize your Earth map, and also keep your Google GPS active even when offline.

How to install and connect a Garmin GPS to Google Earth?

First of all, you need to know that by connecting your Garmin GPS, you can open or create maps with Google Earth and thus be connected to the world. You can also measure and calculate complete distances with the tool. At the same time, you will have the opportunity to capture satellite images with a few steps in the Earth app.

Now, one thing you have to be clear about the title and the question How to install and connect a garmin GPS to Google Earth? is that when speaking of connection, it actually means that data will be imported and exported between both systems. It’s not like the GPS is always going to be connected to Google.

With that clear, it is time to start the process that will help you solve the question above, so the first thing you will see, it will be like export data from Google to your GPS.

What you have to do to achieve this is to first connect your Garmin device to the computer. Then navigate to the official Google Earth website. Then Search for a destination or directions between two destinations, using the search box.

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When you have them, click on the button called “Send” (this is in the upper right part of the map). Once that is done, give the option that will be right there called “GPS”, this action will activate a drop-down menu where you must select “Garmin”.

Finally, click where it says “Send”, with that Google Maps will connect directly to your GPS device and it will pass the data in the corresponding format. They will be recorded until you want, so you can take them anywhere.

There is no limit to the amount of data you can pass. So find the ones that interest you the most and add them all. With that, your Garmin will be more complete, and it will also be as if it were personalized with your tastes.

Import data from Garmin

With everything you’ve read, you already know half the answer to the initial question. How to install and connect a garmin GPS to Google Earth?, so to finish at last, it’s time to see how to import data.

If you want to achieve this there will be two methods that you can use, the first of them is the easiest. You will only have to create a file with the places you want to transfer from your GPS to Earth (obviously on the computer), and then drag it to the Google Maps interface.

Immediately after the dialog window appears, choose in which format to save the data and drag the file to the “My Places” folder. CWith that, it will be configured and everything you wanted will be saved.

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For the second method, open the Google Earth site. Then turn off your GPS and connect it to the PC, then turn on the device again, by doing so it will be recognized by the page. So you only have to place the option “Tools” within Google Maps, and from there go to “GPS”. With this, the window named “GPS Import” will automatically open, in it choose how you want the data to be displayed and click on “Import”.

And voila, with that you have finished everything, so now if you can say that you know how install and connect a Garmin GPS to Google Earth. The next step is to direct you to follow each of the instructions.

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