(– by Drizit #6240 –)
just type in a bunch of addresses on the gps and try and save em, see what it says.
so for your phone you have to do a bit of work. first you have to download and run "my tracks" from google (it's free) then you have to tell it to export it's tracks to a GPX (doesn't matter that you don't have any on there yet) this will create the "gpx" folder on your phone.
Then copy your gpx files from your computer to "sdcardmytracksgpx" on the phone
then back in my tracks tell it to import all gpx tracks, and they will then be in the list. I suggest deleting or moving the files after you import them because if you add more and import again it will create duplicates.
If you have a samsung phone i've been having trouble with my tracks lately not finding my correct gps location when i'm up north though… don't know why.