You'd have to order your update on CD, DVD, or SD card and wait for it to arrive in the mail.These days, fresh map data is often only a download away, but that doesn't make it any less of a pain in the butt.Of course, map updates usually aren't free, but nearly all of the major GPS device manufacturers are starting to offer devices with free lifetime map updates.Additionally, most new GPS devices feature some sort of map guarantee that entitles users to one update to the newest map data within the first 30 days of ownership, free of charge.
Probably the system files got corrupted during the update process, it happens and is a known issue.
The phone had worked perfectly with the Nuvi 360 for about a month, but it then started to continually connect and disconnect, with the phone constantly 'seeking' the nuvi.
You can access the Nuvi by clicking on "My Computer" and double clicking the Nuvi link.12. By deleting the newer of the two files, Web Updater will see that your Nuvi is out-of-date. This should resolve all permutations of this nasty bug.====================================I just went step-by-step and updated the "Bluetooth Firmware". I called up garmin and a representative gave me the same instructions, with old bluetooth GCD versions attached. So if you are having trouble, ring up Garmin and ask for version 2.4. Steps 2-5 worked for me when I was in a continual loop of connection and disconnection with my Razr v3.
I did make a second attempt to bring it back to normal, but to no avail. I have followed your suggestions and I now seem to have lost the maps completely, a map appears briefly when turned on then disappears, leaving just the car on a plain screen.
Followed your earlier suggestion, hold screen top right whilst turning on, got message (booting)left outside for half hour etc.