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Connect to computer and delete the GPX files within the folder.

 

I do not believe that the current crop of Garmin units allow for deletion of individual caches.

 

Older ones did allow such.

 

 

From the manual:

 

To delete a file from the Oregon or microSD card:

1.Open the Garmin or SD card drive/volume.

2.Highlight the file and press the Delete key on your computer keyboard

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Connect to computer and delete the GPX files within the folder.

 

I do not believe that the current crop of Garmin units allow for deletion of individual caches.

 

Older ones did allow such.

 

Thanks for the speedy reply. Sorted now. Thought I could delete individual caches from device, but as you say this is not possible. Cheers!

 

 

From the manual:

 

To delete a file from the Oregon or microSD card:

1.Open the Garmin or SD card drive/volume.

2.Highlight the file and press the Delete key on your computer keyboard

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I do not believe that the current crop of Garmin units allow for deletion of individual caches.

 

Individually downloaded caches will show up as individual gpx files and can be deleted one by one. You cannot delete individual caches from a PQ gpx that contains multiple caches (except perhaps by uploading the gpx in question from the GPS unit to GSAK or similar software and modifying the contents there).

 

It might help to think of the GPS unit as a big thumb drive storage unit, you can access and delete the files from a computer the same way as a thumb drive or portable storage unit.

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