Copying the folders or files from your computer to your iOS device via USB
A simple way to copy folders or files from your computer to your device is to use free software by Diskaid or iExplorer. These programs are very useful as they can access the files in Atlas and other apps via USB connection to your device.
Diskaid or iExplorer can be used to:
Copy the map folder (file extn .rbmap) to the Maps file in Atlas
Download and Install Diskaid or iExplorer (this only needs to be done the first time you install a RouteBuddy map). If you do not have iTunes installed on your computer a window will pop up to ask you to agree to an iTunes licence. However, you do not need to have iTunes installed to use Diskaid nor do you need to have iTunes open so, for now, decline the licence to iTunes.
Open RouteBuddy for Mac OS X or Windows on your computer and click on "File" on the menu bar at the top, then "Reveal Maps" to show the .rbmaps saved on your computer.
Connect your iOS device to your computer.
Open up Diskaid or iExplorer
Drill down through the folders within Atlas until you get to the Maps folder and open up the folder. In Diskaid the Maps folder can be found in: Apps > Atlas > Public > Maps In iExplorer the Maps folder can be found in: Apps > com.routebuddy.Atlas> Atlas > Documents > Public > Maps You will see any previously installed maps in this folder.
The example image below shows:
File > Reveal Maps selected to show the maps installed on the computer
Diskaid open to show the Maps file in Atlas
Drag the whole .rbmap folder that you can see when you use File > Reveal Maps in RouteBuddy from the reveal window into the Maps folder in Atlas shown in Diskaid or iExplorer. The map data will then be copied and, once the copy has completed, you can disconnect your device and proceed with the licensing of the map in Atlas.
Note: You may need to close Atlas completely (remove it from Apple's "multi-tasking" state by pressing the Home button twice on the device) and re-open before being able to see newly copied files.
Copying gpx and kml files to/from Atlas and Solo apps
The above principles can be applied for copying gpx and kml files to and from Atlas and Solo apps
Please note: Diskaid and iExplorer are third party applications and could therefore be subject to changes outside of our control.