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micro sd cards in smart phone

I want to know if I can put a Garmin navigator micro sd in my samsung grand prime and use it for GPS in Ireland?

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Well, that's map data for the Garmin.
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okay

Okay, I guess I am confusing the two. Someone said they bought it and had great success with it. But I guess it is to put into a Garmin device which then is the GPS?? Thanks

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That's what it looks like.

I have an older Nuvi that I will be replacing. The map update is 70ish bucks and a new Nuvi is always around 99 bucks with Lifetime maps.

I can't guess what you feel is best but next time I think I'm edging up to the 200 buck model.

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200+ model

I am only going to do this once... so I want to do it right..In the states my phone works great for directions, but overseas I need something that will get me around. Thanks for the help.

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google

Maybe I can just stick with Google Maps then.

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Nuvi

Since we are talking about Nuvi now... do you have any idea which model is best? Do I need bluetooth?

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