[OSM-talk] Cellphone software
john at mckerrell.net
Sun Mar 4 23:11:49 GMT 2007
I swear by MobiTrack Pro (website's not actually working for me atm,
maybe just try googling for it):
I have no idea if it'll work on your phone, but it's pretty complete
GPS software, and when you convert dollars to pounds (in my case at
least) ends up fairly cheap. I use it with exactly the same GPS and
it's great, it can log the entire NMEA output which is great as it
means the only limit to the amount you can store is your phone's
capacity (rather than some limit set by the Java implementation.
I did try to get it to work on a Samsung once but couldn't figure out
how to get the software onto the phone. As Nick says, Mobile Trail
Explorer could be good if you have an "interesting" Java
implementation as you can hack it to suit your needs, I'm hoping to
do similar with a Motorola L6 that doesn't want to save files.
On 4 Mar 2007, at 14:03, Nick Black wrote:
> 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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