Garmin Edge 530 & Edge 830 – Interessante BETA Updates 3.55

24. Juli 2019
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ClimbPro nächster Anstieg

ClimbPro, nächster Anstieg

Garmin hat für den Garmin Edge 530 bzw. den Edge 830 umfangreiche Beta Updates veröffentlicht. Die Versionen 3.55 Beta beinhalten zahlreiche Verbesserungen und Fehlerbehebungen. Dies betrifft insbesondere Funktionen wie ClimbPro, Mountainbike-Kennzahlen sowie Trailforks.

ClimbPro – das folgende englischsprachige Dokument enthält eine Anleitung, basierend auf der Beta-Software: Understanding Garmin ClimbPro (Quelle:

Update – Mittlerweile stehen die unten aufgeführten Verbesserungen im Rahmen eines regulären Updates Version 4.10 zur Verfügung; die installation erfolgt über Garmin Express.

Edge 530 & Edge 830 Software Version 3.55 Beta

  • Changes made from version 3.50 to 3.55:
  • Made visual improvements to ClimbPro, including more granular coloring on the ClimbPro chart and the ability to preview future climbs.
  • Made ClimbPro a separate screen in the timer loop, so the elevation screen is still available during a climb.
  • Fixed issues with ClimbPro that caused the climb or list screens to display improperly.
  • Added new ClimbPro messages to activity FIT files.
  • Changed the Incident Detection setting to be set for each activity profile, and defaulted the setting to OFF for Mountain and E-Mountain profiles where false positives can be more likely due to terrain and riding style.
  • Fixed an issue where Incident Detection could get re-enabled if the user has emergency contacts listed in Garmin Connect.
  • Fixed an issue where prompts could appear over the Incident Detection alert, so it could not be acknowledged by the user.
  • Added the ability to disable the ForkSight page that appears when you stop during a Mountain activity.
  • Added the ability to turn off Grit, Flow, and Jump recording in FIT files for Mountain and E-Mountain activity profiles.
  • Added the ability to turn off jump alerts in Mountain and E-Mountain activity profiles. Jumps will still be recorded in the FIT file but you will not be alerted during your ride.
  • Improved the MTB Navigation interface to utilize the new Riding Area and parking lot data available in the 2019.10 Trailforks map.
  • Fixed an issue where the map zoom and orientation were not properly returning to their original values after the ForkSight page was displayed in a Mountain activity.
  • Fixed some map drawing issues with the latest 2019.10 Trailforks maps.
  • Started using 7-day GPS ephemeris data instead of 3-day data, to improve positioning when new ephemeris data is not available.
  • Added protections against injecting bad GPS ephemeris data that could come from older versions of Garmin Express.
  • Fixed issues with popularity routing.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the device to generate large activity files and freeze during navigation.
  • Fixed an issue where the battery would not charge to 100%.
  • Increased the minimum sharp bend warning speed to 15mph.
  • Fixed an issue causing erroneous FTP values.
  • Modified the FTP test to lap at the end instead of stopping the timer so the ride will continue to record when the test completes.
  • Fixed incorrect automatic gear selection for Di2 shifters.
  • Fixed an issue where Di2 battery empty was improperly reported as eBike battery empty.
  • Fixed issues with the cycling dynamics page.
  • Added the ability to choose between two different radar tones.
  • Fixed a display issue with the power zone chart.
  • Fixed some display issues with the lap summary data screen.
  • Improved the interface for editing data fields on the map screen.
  • Added extra layout options to the map page to support a larger elevation profile.
  • Made improvements to the elevation profile for segments embedded in a course.
  • Fixed an issue where Connect IQ data fields could only be added to the current activity profile.
  • Implemented better user feedback to convey the LiveTrack status.
  • Improved overall device stability.

Download und Infos:

Außerdem gibt es schon seit einiger Zeit ein Update für den Sony GPS Chip zur Verbesserung der GPS / GALILEO Performance: Edge 530 bzw. Edge 830.


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