Affected Models :
HELIX 5 SI GPS
HELIX 5 DI GPS
HELIX 5 Sonar GPS
HELIX 5 XD GPS
HELIX 5 DI
HELIX 5 Sonar
698ci HD SI 
688ci HD DI 
688ci HD 
688ci HD XD 
678c HD 
678c HD DI 
678c HD XD

New Features :
Added support for Humminbird Lakemaster Plus cards with Aerial Photography.
Added support for Humminbird ChartSelect.
Added support for Jigging Mode* in Side Imaging models (SI).
Added support for Navigation Show Routes.** 

General Fixes :
Fixed an issue where the boat icon would spin 360 if you crossed from 359 to 0 or from 0 to 359.
Fixed an issue where changing a number of DI settings was causing hot returns to be drawn black. This only occurred on Down Imaging views. 
Fixed an issue where DualBeam+ FishID alerts were not functioning correctly.
Fixed an issue where Custom Chart Layers menu option was not being removed when a LakeMaster card was inserted.
Fixed an issue where track depths were being saved as 0 ft if the user shut down their unit before saving the track.
Fixed an issue where 600 series units could crash if Max Depth was adjusted while the Depth Units were set to Feet.
Fixed an issue where a white vertical line would constantly scroll with the DI sonar data on the 688ci HD DI.
Fixed an issue where the Domestic and International model SKU on the on the HELIX 5 Sonar GPS, HELIX 5 Sonar, and HELIX 5 DI was not retaining International settings and Languages.
Added GPS brown-out recovery support. 

*Jigging Mode  - this is a selection in the 2D Sonar Express Menu.  It allows the user to select the sonar ping pattern for use while vertical jigging.  When turned ON the ping pattern will be:  200 kHz, Left SI Beam, Right SI Beam, 83 kHz, repeat.  With this mode turned OFF the ping pattern will be:  200 kHz, Left SI Beam, Right SI Beam, 83 kHz, Left SI Beam, Right SI Beam, repeat.    Basically this feature prioritizes the 2D beam over the SI beam.

**Navigation Show Routes   - these changes affect the way the route is display on the head unit.  It will now show the route name next to the starting point of the route.  It all highlights the route when the user has the first waypoint in the route selected with the cursor.   You now have the ability to start the route from any waypoint along the route.  This is done through the menu called Go To Menu which is accessed when you highlight a route and press the 'Go To' button.  

GoToMenu

New menu items include:

Go To Point  - this will navigate the user to the waypoint selected and then end navigation.

Forward from Point   - this will start at the waypoint highlighted and then navigate to the end of the route.  You can select this option from any waypoint along the route, including the start waypoint.

Reverse from Point   - this will start at the waypoint highlighted and then naviage to start of the route.  You can select this option from waypoint along the route, including the end waypoint.  

Travel Forward   - this will allow navigation from the start of the route to the end of the route.  If you select Travel Forward from the middle of a route it will navigate to the start of the route, turn around and then navigate the entire route from start to end.

Travel Reverse   - this will allow navigation from end of the route to the start of the route.  If you select Travel Reverse from the middle of a route, it will navigate to the end of the route, turn around and then navigate the entire route from end to start.