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    Wink [SymOS9.x] Aspicore GSM Tracker v3.20.1087 to v3.23.1104 S60v3/v5 Uns Cr@cked-TgSPDA /FoXPDA

    Aspicore GSM Tracker v3.20.1087 S60v3 S60v5 SymbianOS9.x Unsigned cra cked-TgSPDA

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    Aspicore GSM Tracker is an S60 application, which makes the smartphone into a real-time AVL (Automatic Vehicle Location) tracking device.
    The application determines the location with a built-in GPS (or Bluetooth GPS receiver) and transmits the tracking data to a server in real-time through a cellular packet data connection.

    System description and purpose
    Typically server stores the received tracking data into a SQL database. The data can be visualized with simple map software, (e.g. Google Earth) or it can be linked to a professional fleet management system or a mobile workforce management system.
    Individual users can use Aspicore GSM Tracker for personal location tracking. They can e.g. automatically publish their current location and daily track on their web page. They can recover a lost GPS phone through an SMS enquiry.

    Advantages
    Communication is fast and reliable and costs are low, because the application uses packet data transfer technology and a very compact messaging protocol. The latency between the actual GPS position fix and data receive event in the server is normally only a few seconds.
    The locations obtained are accurate, because the system uses a real GPS, not network based positioning.
    You do not need to pay monthly fee or per-transaction fee for the location requests.
    The mobile hardware installation is very easy.

    Features
    You don't even need necessarily to have as many GPS receivers as tracked mobile phones, if a lower accuracy suffices and there are only a few places or standard routes you want to have recognised. The location of the mobile phone can also be determined by the network cell id.
    You can configure the timers and events, which trigger the data send action. Usually the data is sent in a compact UDP datagram, only a little over 100 packet data bytes per message. This means that the data transfer costs are minimal compared to e.g. SMS.

    Location tracking system
    The central database can be a powerful SQL engine, which handles hundreds of mobile tracking targets. The database accumulates position data from the mobile phones being tracked. Each record in the database is identified by the IMEI code of the phone the data belongs to.
    If you are not using a GPS receiver, you must first create a mapping from the network cell ID to a geographical location. Unless you get the cell id location lists from your mobile operator, you can collect the data yourself by driving around the places you want to have recognised by the system and have Aspicore GSM Tracker and a GPS receiver to record the latitude and longitude of the network cells.
    When the system is eventually being used, the mobile will report its network cell information to the system server by using Aspicore GSM Tracker. The server compares the network cell information to the accumulated data and converts it to an estimated geographical location. This way you can track your sales representatives, delivery men, children etc without them needing to carry a GPS receiver with them.

    How to evaluate?
    The central database solution is not included, but customers can use Aspicore's test server in the Internet for evaluation and testing. The test server can also be used to evaluate the network cell based positioning. Collect first the cell locations along your daily routes with a Bluetooth GPS and then try positioning without a GPS receiver! This is a more affordable and a real-time alternative to operator based mobile phone positioning.

    Server interface and tools
    Aspicore GSM Tracker sends data to the server as plain ASCII characters in an UDP datagram or a TCP message. You can write the receiving end program yourself by using IP sockets, if you wish. You are free to use the sample Perl scripts or Java code to process the UDP datagrams and store them to a MySQL database. See Aspicore's web site. Http data can be processed as shown in our PHP and ASP samples. There is a freeware Windows .NET PC utility to receive NMEA datagrams via UDP and send them to a standard GPS mapping program through a COM port.
    Aspicore Ltd is willing to provide you with the data collection database server software or to assist you to integrate the Aspicore GSM Tracker solution into your enterprise system. Refer to Aspicore web site for a demo of smartphone real time location data integrated with Microsoft MapPoint .NET Web Service.
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    Default Aspicore GSM Tracker v3.21.1098 S60v3 S60v5 SymbianOS9.x Unsigned Cra cked-TgSPDA

    Aspicore GSM Tracker v3.21.1098 S60v3 S60v5 SymbianOS9.x Unsigned Cra cked-TgSPDA

    screenshot0001

    Aspicore GSM Tracker is an S60 application, which makes the smartphone into a real-time AVL (Automatic Vehicle Location) tracking device.
    The application determines the location with a built-in GPS (or Bluetooth GPS receiver) and transmits the tracking data to a server in real-time through a cellular packet data connection.

    System description and purpose
    Typically server stores the received tracking data into a SQL database. The data can be visualized with simple map software, (e.g. Google Earth) or it can be linked to a professional fleet management system or a mobile workforce management system.
    Individual users can use Aspicore GSM Tracker for personal location tracking. They can e.g. automatically publish their current location and daily track on their web page. They can recover a lost GPS phone through an SMS enquiry.

    Advantages
    Communication is fast and reliable and costs are low, because the application uses packet data transfer technology and a very compact messaging protocol. The latency between the actual GPS position fix and data receive event in the server is normally only a few seconds.
    The locations obtained are accurate, because the system uses a real GPS, not network based positioning.
    You do not need to pay monthly fee or per-transaction fee for the location requests.
    The mobile hardware installation is very easy.

    Features
    You don't even need necessarily to have as many GPS receivers as tracked mobile phones, if a lower accuracy suffices and there are only a few places or standard routes you want to have recognised. The location of the mobile phone can also be determined by the network cell id.
    You can configure the timers and events, which trigger the data send action. Usually the data is sent in a compact UDP datagram, only a little over 100 packet data bytes per message. This means that the data transfer costs are minimal compared to e.g. SMS.

    Location tracking system
    The central database can be a powerful SQL engine, which handles hundreds of mobile tracking targets. The database accumulates position data from the mobile phones being tracked. Each record in the database is identified by the IMEI code of the phone the data belongs to.
    If you are not using a GPS receiver, you must first create a mapping from the network cell ID to a geographical location. Unless you get the cell id location lists from your mobile operator, you can collect the data yourself by driving around the places you want to have recognised by the system and have Aspicore GSM Tracker and a GPS receiver to record the latitude and longitude of the network cells.
    When the system is eventually being used, the mobile will report its network cell information to the system server by using Aspicore GSM Tracker. The server compares the network cell information to the accumulated data and converts it to an estimated geographical location. This way you can track your sales representatives, delivery men, children etc without them needing to carry a GPS receiver with them.

    How to evaluate?
    The central database solution is not included, but customers can use Aspicore's test server in the Internet for evaluation and testing. The test server can also be used to evaluate the network cell based positioning. Collect first the cell locations along your daily routes with a Bluetooth GPS and then try positioning without a GPS receiver! This is a more affordable and a real-time alternative to operator based mobile phone positioning.

    Server interface and tools
    Aspicore GSM Tracker sends data to the server as plain ASCII characters in an UDP datagram or a TCP message. You can write the receiving end program yourself by using IP sockets, if you wish. You are free to use the sample Perl scripts or Java code to process the UDP datagrams and store them to a MySQL database. See Aspicore's web site. Http data can be processed as shown in our PHP and ASP samples. There is a freeware Windows .NET PC utility to receive NMEA datagrams via UDP and send them to a standard GPS mapping program through a COM port.
    Aspicore Ltd is willing to provide you with the data collection database server software or to assist you to integrate the Aspicore GSM Tracker solution into your enterprise system. Refer to Aspicore web site for a demo of smartphone real time location data integrated with Microsoft MapPoint .NET Web Service.

    Whats New :
    POSSIBILITY FOR AUTOMATIC CONFIGURATION DURING INSTALLATION

    The application starts automatically to make an Internet connection
    during the first run. User has to choose the Internet access point or
    cancel the operation. If the Internet connection succeeds, then the
    application shows the following dialog: "Initial settings will be
    loaded from the Internet." If the user accepts the dialog, the app
    will load initial settings from Aspicore's server using HTTP. All
    this happens automatically during the first run only.

    WARN ON EXIT IF THE BUFFER CONTAINS UNSENT DATA

    Show warning "Buffered data will be lost!" if there is still data in
    the output buffer, when the user wants to exit the application
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    Nuvi1250/Nuvi 34xx/Nuvi 2200/Nuvi 66/Oregon 600/Galaxy S5 MM 6.0.1/TomTom GO/iGO Nextgen Avic,Basar,Isr.Gift/Navigon
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    Thanks for the new version..i had the .19 in my samsung i8910..it's really a nice program..
    I know that with that, gps gate,google earth and a dns account you can watch your tracks live.....
    is here anyone knows the exact steps to do that?...

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    Default Aspicore GSM Tracker v3.22.1102 S60v3 SymbianOS9.x Unsigned Cr.acked-FoXPDA

    Aspicore GSM Tracker v3.22.1102 S60v3 SymbianOS9.x Unsigned Cr.acked-FoXPDA


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    Aspicore GSM Tracker is an S60 application, which makes the smartphone into a real-time AVL (Automatic Vehicle Location) tracking device.
    The application determines the location with a built-in GPS (or Bluetooth GPS receiver) and transmits the tracking data to a server in real-time through a cellular packet data connection.

    System description and purpose

    Typically server stores the received tracking data into a SQL database. The data can be visualized with simple map software, (e.g. Google Earth) or it can be linked to a professional fleet management system or a mobile
    Individual users can use Aspicore GSM Tracker for personal location tracking. They can e.g. automatically publish their current location and daily track on their web page. They can recover a lost GPS phone through an SMS enquiry.

    Advantages

    Communication is fast and reliable and costs are low, because the application uses packet data transfer technology and a very compact messaging protocol. The latency between the actual GPS position fix and data receive event in the server is normally only a few seconds.
    The locations obtained are accurate, because the system uses a real GPS, not network based positioning.
    You do not need to pay monthly fee or per-transaction fee for the location requests.
    The mobile hardware installation is very easy.

    Features

    You don't even need necessarily to have as many GPS receivers as tracked mobile phones, if a lower accuracy suffices and there are only a few places or standard routes you want to have recognised. The location of the mobile phone can also be determined by the network cell id.
    You can configure the timers and events, which trigger the data send action. Usually the data is sent in a compact UDP datagram, only a little over 100 packet data bytes per message. This means that the data transfer costs are minimal compared to e.g. SMS.

    Location tracking system

    The central database can be a powerful SQL engine, which handles hundreds of mobile tracking targets. The database accumulates position data from themobile phones being tracked. Each record in the database is identified by the IMEI code of the phone the data belongs to.
    If you are not using a GPS receiver, you must first create a mapping from the network cell ID to a geographical location. Unless you get the cell id location lists from your mobile operator, you can collect the data yourself by driving around the places you want to have recognised by the system and have Aspicore GSM Tracker and a GPS receiver to record the latitude and longitude of the network cells.
    When the system is eventually being used, the mobile will report its network cell information to the system server by using Aspicore GSM Tracker. The server compares the network cell information to the accumulated data and converts it to an estimated geographical location. This way you can track your sales representatives, delivery men, children etc without them needing to carry aGPS receiver with them.

    How to evaluate?

    The central database solution is not included, but customers can use Aspicore's test server in the Internet for evaluation and testing. The test server can also be used to evaluate the network cell based positioning. Collect first the celllocations along your daily routes with a Bluetooth GPS and then try positioning without a GPS receiver! This is a more affordable and a real-time alternative to operator based mobile phone positioning.

    Server interface and tools

    Aspicore GSM Tracker sends data to the server as plain ASCII characters in an UDP datagram or a TCP message. You can write the receiving end program yourself by using IP sockets, if you wish. You are free to use the sample Perl scripts or Java code to process the UDP datagrams and store them to a MySQL database. See Aspicore's web site. Http data can be processed as shown in our PHP and ASP samples. There is a freeware Windows .NET PC utility to receive NMEA datagrams via UDP and send them to a standard GPS mapping program through a COM port.
    Aspicore Ltd is willing to provide you with the data collection database server software or to assist you to integrate the Aspicore GSM TrackerAspicore web site for a demo of smartphone real time location data integrated with Microsoft MapPoint .NET Web Service.

    workforce management system. solution into your enterprise system. Refer to


    Changelog
    v3.22

    TABS FIXED ON TOUCH UI

    The arrow controls in the Info tab should work with all S60 5.0
    devices. Menu option "Change view" added for the S60 5.0 devices.
    This can be used as a shortcut to activate the label tab.





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    Default Aspicore GSM Tracker v3.23.1104 S60v3 S60v5 SymbianOS9.x Signed Incl K.eygen-FoXPDA

    Aspicore GSM Tracker v3.23.1104 S60v3 S60v5 SymbianOS9.x Signed Incl K.eygen-FoXPDA

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    Aspicore GSM Tracker is an S60 application, which makes the smartphone into a real-time AVL (Automatic Vehicle Location) tracking device.
    The application determines the location with a built-in GPS (or Bluetooth GPS receiver) and transmits the tracking data to a server in real-time through a cellular packet data connection.


    Changelog

    MS - OTHER FORMAT FOR LAT/LON

    By default, the coordinates sent via SMS (after a SMS request) are
    sent in the format "dd.dddddd" (decimal digits, negative for the
    other hemisphere). The new application version 3.23 supports also
    other format: "dd mm.mmmm" (degrees + minutes + hemisphere letter).

    This new format is selected in the SMS template by using placeholders
    <lat1> and <lon1> instead of <lat> and <lon>. In this format the
    latitude degrees are prefixed with letter V, if the app has received
    a numeric coordinate value from the GPS, but the position fix has
    been classified as invalid. Empty fields are also possible (no
    numeric coordinates).

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    Default Aspicore.GSM.Tracker.v3.23.1104.S60v3.SymbianOS9.1 .Unsigned.Cr.acked-ErESPDA

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    Aspicore GSM Tracker turns your phone into a real-time AVL (Automatic Vehicle Location) tracking device. Also for personal location tracking. See your track in real time on Google Earth or GpsGate.com!

    Aspicore GSM Tracker S60 3rd Edition 0

    Low data costs thanks to packet data and compact messages. Uses location data from a GPS or cell tower information.

    Purpose

    The product is intended for fleet tracking or personal location tracking.

    Would you like to...

    * View the whereabouts of your entire fleet from your desktop?
    * Know the closest vehicle or technician to the next job site?
    * Access yesterday's detailed route history for every vehicle in your fleet?

    With a system based on Aspicore GSM Tracker, you can!

    What does the application do?

    Cost-effective and efficient tool to track several mobile phones in a remote SQL database or in a buddy tracking website.

    Aspicore GSM Tracker is an S60 application, which makes the smartphone into a real-time AVL (Automatic Vehicle Location) tracking device.

    The application determines the location with a Bluetooth GPS receiver and transmits the tracking data to a server in real-time through a cellular packet data connection. The data connection to the server is usually made via the Internet.

    System description and purpose

    Typically server stores the received tracking data into a SQL database. The data can be visualized with simple map software, (e.g. Google Maps for Enterprise, Google Earth) or it can be linked to a professional fleet management system or a mobile workforce management system.

    Individual users can use Aspicore GSM Tracker for personal location tracking. They can e.g. automatically publish their current location and daily track on their web page.

    Users can share their current location online with their buddies using the free GpsGate.com service provided by Franson Technology AB.

    Requirements:
    Symbian S60 3rd/5th Edition
    Any NMEA-0183 compliant Bluetooth GPS

    What's New in This Release:
    By default, the coordinates sent via SMS (after a SMS request) are sent in the format "dd.dddddd" (decimal digits, negative for the other hemisphere). The new application version 3.23 supports also other format: "dd mm.mmmm" (degrees + minutes + hemisphere letter).

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    thanx u so much dude

 

 

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