Fishing App > GPX Import & Export

Import and Export GPX Waypoints

Import From Boat Mounted Electronics to ANGLR

Step #1:

Insert an Empty SD card into your Humminbird unit. 

Step #2:

Double-tap the Menu button and navigate to the Navigation Tab (Nav), then go to “Waypoints, Routes, Tracks” and select that option. 

Step #3:

Once on that screen, select “Options” at the top then choose “Select All and…” then select “Export”. It will then export your data to the empty SD card. 

Step #4:

Once you’ve got the data onto the empty SD card, you may then plug the SD card into your computer. 

Step #5:

Open up the conversion tool and select your input file as .hwr and your export file as .gpx. 

Step #6:

After you’ve set that up, upload your GPS file and convert the file. Once the file is converted, open the ANGLR Web App, and select “Import Waypoints” in the top right corner.

Step #7:

Once you’re on the Import Waypoints screen, simply drag and drop your converted file into the web app and you’re all set!

Here’s an example of exporting the GPS files off of your Humminbird unit to an SD card. 

Step #1:

Insert an Empty SD card into your Lowrance unit.

Step #2:

Select menu and navigate to files.

Step #3:

When you get into files, select waypoints, routes, trails, and trips. Then select export. 

Step #4:

Once the files have been exported to your SD card, you may then plug the SD card into your computer. 

Step #5:

Open up the conversion tool and select your input file as .usr and your export file as .gpx. 

Step #6:

After you’ve set that up, upload your GPS file and convert the file. Once the file is converted, open the ANGLR Web App, and select “Import Waypoints” in the top right corner.

Step #7:

Once you’re on the Import Waypoints screen, simply drag and drop your converted file into the web app and you’re all set!

Here’s an example of exporting the GPS files off of your Lowrance unit.

Export From ANGLR to Boat Mounted Electronics

Step #1:

Create the pack you’d like to export in the ANGLR Web Application.

Step #2:

Select Export Waypoints in the top right of the ‘Map View’ screen.

Step #3:

This will take you to a screen where you select which pack you’d like to export. Or you can export ‘All Waypoints’. Once you select the pack you’d like to export, it will download as a GPX file named “anglr_pack.gpx”. Save that file to your desktop. Once the download is complete, click this link here to open the conversion tool you will use to convert the file from GPX to HWR. 

Step #4:

Open the Humminbird PC system (This is a Windows-only system). Once Humminbird PC is open, upload your converted file from your desktop to Humminbird PC. Once the file is uploaded, you may insert an empty SD card into your computer. The Humminbird PC system will recognize the card on the left side of your screen. Once the empty SD card is in the computer, select the file and click the green arrow on the left side of the SD card. That will upload the file to the card. 

Step #5:

Safely remove the SD card and power on your Humminbird unit. Once it is on, simply insert your SD card. A message will pop up on the screen asking if you’d like to import the Nav data. Select yes and the data will be imported to your unit. 

Step #6:

Get out there and put your ANGLR waypoints to use on the water with your Humminbird electronics!

Here’s an example of importing GPX files from ANGLR to your Humminbird.

Step #1:

Create the pack you’d like to export in the ANGLR Web Application.

Step #2:

Select Export Waypoints in the top right of the ‘Map View’ screen

Step #3:

This will take you to a screen where you select which pack you’d like to export. Or you can export ‘All Waypoints’. Once you select the pack you’d like to export, it will download that pack as a GPX file to your computer. Once the download is complete, click this link here to open the conversion tool you will use to convert the file from GPX to USR. 

Step #4:

This tool is pretty straight forward. For “Input File Format”, select GPX and for “Output File Format”, select USR. Then click choose file and select your ANGLR pack GPX file. Once it has uploaded, click “Convert the file”.

Step #5:

Once the file is converted, it will take you to a screen that will allow you to download the new USR file to your computer. Download the file and then upload it to your empty SD card. 

Step #6:

Power on your Lowrance unit and insert the SD card. Navigate to “Files” and select the memory card option. You can then find the USR file and select it to import the files to your Lowrance unit. 

Step #7:

Get out there and put your ANGLR waypoints to use on the water with your Lowrance electronics!

Here’s an example of importing GPX files from ANGLR to your Lowrance.