Peg’s Posts: Forerunner 405 software update


Fr405greencrop This weekend, runners ‘round the globe are coming out of hibernation and lacing up for what might be their first road race of the season. This year, I won’t be joining the festivities at one of my favorite 4-milers, the Westport St. Patrick’s Day Run, but I’ll be with you all in thought. As you’re getting your spring running gear in order, now’s a great time to update the software on your Forerunner 405. Recent software versions do a better job of handling your data once it gets to Garmin Connect. It essentially compresses your data, which means quicker uploads to the site and faster access to your activities. Thanks to the 405’s ANT+ wireless technology, you don’t even have to connect a cable to do the download. Just go the software update page for the 405, accept the legal stuff, then make sure your USB ANT stick is plugged in and your Forerunner is nearby. Before you can repeat “run like the wind” or your favorite pre-race mantra, your computer will find your Forerunner and give you the option to upload. Click the button and you’re off to the races. For more tips and tricks on updating software and other features of the 405, check out these quick videos with Jake.

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