[OSM-talk] Cellphone software
nickblack1 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 4 14:03:46 GMT 2007
Have you looked at:
Its written for Bluetooth connecction, but its open source code, and
is quite nicely written - so might be hackable to your requirements.
On 3/4/07, Robin Häggqvist <robin.haggqvist at gmail.com> wrote:
> Not really a OSM question but related in some way.
> I'm looking for a nice software that i can use in my cellphone to connect to
> the gps. But noting seem to work. The GPS uses SPP serial port profile but I
> have never got any of the softwares working with the phone.
> I have a Holux GPSlim 236 and an Samsung E960.
> I have tried these softwares:
> http://www.mgmaps.com (installed but not working)
> http://www.nav4all.com (never got to install)
> http://j2memap.landspurg.net/ (installed but not working)
> All I want to do i collect some data and in the future be able to use my
> phone as a nice looking GPS.
> Holux GPSlim236
> Samsung E960
> http://www.samsung.com/sg/products/gsm/gsm/sgh_e690.asp But
> mine is pink :-)
> /Robin Häggqvist
> Robin recommends:
> http://openoffice.org * http://gimp.org * http://avast.com *
> http://gmail.com * http://cdburnerxp.se * http://7-zip.org *
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