Garmin inReach Mini 2 & GPSMAP 66i Screenshots

Have you ever wondered how to take screenshots with the Garmin inReach Mini 2 or the Garmin GPSMAP 66i and then get them on to your computer?

Garmin inReach Mini 2

Garmin GPSMAP 67i

Garmin GPSMAP 66i

Well, it’s really easy and I’m here to show you.

Taking screenshots is different on both of these satellite messenger so I’ve separated the instructions below.

Garmin inReach Mini 2 Screenshots

First, you must turn on screenshots on the Mini 2. Once turned off, this setting will stay on until you turn it off.

You can follow the steps in these screen shots below, plus you can see it all on the Short YouTube video below.

Garmin inReach Mini 2 Screenshots

Next, you’ll want to copy the screen shots from the device to your computer. Plug the cable into the Mini 2 and then to the computer and you’ll see a folder automatically pop up on your computer screen.

Garmin inReach Files Copied to Your Laptop

Next, lets see the difference in capturing a screenshot with the GPSMAP 66i.

Garmin GPSMAP 67i

Garmin GPSMAP 66i Screenshots

First, you must turn on screenshots on the GPSMAP 66i. One thing to consider on the 66i is that it will turn back to “Off” after you power the device off, unlike the Mini 2 which will keep the setting until you change it.

Follow the steps in the screenshots below or watch the Short YouTube video below.

Garmin GPSMAP 66i Screenshots

Next, you’ll need to copy the files from the device to your computer. Plug the cord into the satellite messenger and also to your computer. A folder will pop up and you’ll be able to copy the files easily.

Copy Files from the GPSMAP 66i to the Computer

Final Thoughts

The process of capturing screenshots on the Garmin inReach Mini 2 and the GPSMAP 66i is easy to do, but sometimes it’s a challenge to figure out, so I hope this has been helpful for you.

Check out the Short YouTube videos below to seen how easy it really is.

Garmin inReach Mini 2, Lightweight and Compact Satellite Communicator, Hiking Handheld, Orange - 010-02602-00
  • Compact, lightweight satellite communicator enables two-way messaging and interactive SOS globally (Active satellite subscription required. Some jurisdictions regulate or prohibit the use of satellite communication devices.).Special Feature:Bluetooth.Water Resistant: Yes
  • Navigate back to where you started by using TracBack routing
  • Share your location with loved ones back home at any time (active satellite subscription required) by using your MapShare page or with your coordinates embedded in your messages
  • Get accurate heading information using the digital compass — even when you’re not moving
  • Sync with the Garmin Explore app and website on your compatible smartphone for trip planning and topographical mapping, and create waypoints, courses, activities and collections you can sync to your device
  • Pair with Garmin devices, such as wearables and handhelds, and use them to send and receive messages and trigger an SOS (active satellite subscription required)

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Garmin GPSMAP 66i, GPS Handheld and Satellite Communicator, Featuring TopoActive mapping and inReach Technology, Multi
  • Large 3 inch Sunlight-readable color display for easy viewing
  • Trigger an interactive SOS to the geos 24/7 search and rescue monitoring center, two-way messaging via the 100% Global Iridium satellite network (satellite subscription required)
  • Preloaded Garmin TOPO mapping with direct-to-device Birdseye satellite imagery downloads (no annual subscription), includes multiple global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) support and navigation sensors
  • Cellular connectivity lets you access active weather forecasts and geocaching live
  • Compatible with the Garmin explore website and app to help you manage waypoints, routes, activities and collections, use tracks and review trip data from the field
  • Internal, rechargeable lithium battery provides up to 35 hours of battery life in 10-minute tracking mode and 1-minute tracking mode (display off), 200 hours in Expedition mode with 30-minute tracking

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