The onX Hunt App includes a large number of functions and features, and your device has a limited amount of memory for apps to use. If any app is using more memory than your device allows, it can cause performance issues, shut the app down or cause your device to restart itself.
Turning off some of the features of the onX Hunt App will reduce the amount of memory it's using and should help fix the problem.
Turn Off Any Unneeded Map Layers
Turning on a lot of layers will use up quite a bit of memory and clutter up your map with information you may not need. Map layers can be enabled and disabled at any time, so the best practice is to enable only the layers you need for immediate use, and turn them off when you're done. This will help your onX Hunt App work a bit faster as well.
Click here for instructions on enabling and disabling layers
Turn Off as Many Waypoints, Lines, Shapes and Tracks (Markups) as Possible
After a season or two, your map will likely become cluttered with Markups you've created, and having them enabled at the same time can use up a lot of device memory. Just like with map layers, Markups can be enabled and disabled at any time.
Click here for instructions on enabling and disabling Markups
You can also save your Markups to your personal computer, delete them from your onX Hunt App and restore them whenever you need to.
Click here for instructions on saving Markups to your computer
Click here for instructions on restoring saved Markups
Disable the Wind & Weather Feature
There are many NOAA weather stations around the country, and when the Wind & Weather feature is enabled, your onX Hunt App is constantly contacting them to look for updated information. This constant two-way communication can eat up lots of memory as well, so disabling the Wind & Weather feature when it's not needed is generally a good idea.
Click here for instructions on using the Wind & Weather feature