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    Wink [Symbian]TrekBuddy 0.9.82 Final to 0.9.99 - GPS tracking application update 12/06/10

    TrekBuddy 0.9.82 Final - GPS tracking application
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    It features capabilities such as
    GPS tracking and simple navigation
    bitmap maps (without zoom, you can store bitmap maps with different resolution instead)
    arrange maps as atlas for increasing and decreasing resolution
    trackloging in NMEA or GPX format
    compas screen (HPS)
    cockpit screen (CMS)
    location sharing via SMS with other trekbuddies
    and more.

    It supports most commonly used map projections and grids, such as
    Latitude/Longitude
    Mercator
    Transverse Mercator
    Universal Transverse Mercator
    Swedish Grid
    British National Grid
    Irish Grid
    Swiss Grid
    Lambert France I-IV
    as well as custom datums.

    As a location source
    bluetooth or serial port GPS
    internal (integrated) GPS
    NMEA file
    O2 Germany network
    may be used.
    Changelog

    - simple waypoints sorting - by (natural) order, by name and by distance (from current position on map)
    - wpt picture taking improved for recent devices (-> higher resolutions, autofocus; snapshot format & resolution re-adjustement required in configuration); still no preview however
    - added support for wav and mp3 sound formats ("wpt-reached" sound etc; use proper file extension)
    - added support for "australian" geocaching GPX extension
    - CMS: added {pace} and {wpt-img}
    - Tracks available in navigation menu
    - GPX: using locatime in timestamps - let me know what you think about it, can revert it back to gmt in the next version; for tool authors: simplified extensions schema (nmea:rmc and nmeadr merged into nmea); multiple links support (for navigation guides)
    - S60 backlight "fix" (?... newer version of TrekBuddyService is required for correct operation)
    - added handling of maps with missing/corrupted tiles; error msg appears only of first load
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    Thumbs up TrekBuddy v0.9.83 - J2ME application for GPS tracking

    TrekBuddy v0.9.83

    -Trekbuddy is a J2ME application to be used with a GPS receiver. It is designed to work with every Java-enabled device.



    It features capabilities such as
    GPS tracking and simple navigation
    bitmap maps (without zoom, you can store bitmap maps with different resolution instead)
    arrange maps as atlas for increasing and decreasing resolution
    trackloging in NMEA or GPX format
    compas screen (HPS)
    cockpit screen (CMS)
    location sharing via SMS with other trekbuddies
    and more.

    It supports most commonly used map projections and grids, such as
    Latitude/Longitude
    Mercator
    Transverse Mercator
    Universal Transverse Mercator
    Swedish Grid
    British National Grid
    Irish Grid
    Swiss Grid
    Lambert France I-IV
    as well as custom datums.

    As a location source
    bluetooth or serial port GPS
    internal (integrated) GPS
    NMEA file
    O2 Germany network
    may be used.

    Changelog:
    v0.9.83
    - fixed some bugs in 0.9.82/a
    - simple main menu with easy access for touchscreen devices (see new screen layout). Open it with touch at bottom-left corner (again, see layout in User Guide), hide similarily (or by touching just outside of command "buttons") Attached you may see a picture from real device.
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    Last edited by mylife; 27th January 2009 at 18:04.

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    post merge,title update and rep add mylife


    OOUUPPSSS not see,done app upload on your post
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    But guys i din't upload the file..because when i try to upload there comes a error : cannot display the page..
    Plzz guys upload it for me..i would be thankful
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    Default TrekBuddy 0.9.91 J2ME application to be used with a GPS receiver

    TrekBuddy 0.9.91 J2ME application to be used with a GPS receiver

    TrekBuddy 0 TrekBuddy 3

    TrekBuddy is a J2ME application to be used with a GPS receiver.

    Trekbuddy is a J2ME application to be used with a GPS receiver. It is designed to work with every Java-enabled device.

    It features capabilities such as:

    * GPS tracking and simple navigation
    * bitmap maps (without zoom, you can store bitmap maps with different resolution instead)
    * arrange maps as atlas for increasing and decreasing resolution
    * trackloging in NMEA or GPX format
    * simple navigation (to a single waypoint or along a route)
    * compas screen (HPS)
    * cockpit screen (CMS)
    * location sharing via SMS with other trekbuddies

    and more.

    It supports most commonly used map projections and grids, such as:

    * Latitude/Longitude
    * Mercator
    * Transverse Mercator
    * Universal Transverse Mercator
    * Swedish Grid
    * British National Grid
    * Irish Grid
    * Swiss Grid
    * Lambert France I-IV
    * Lambert Conformal Conic

    as well as custom datums.

    As a location source:

    * bluetooth or serial port GPS
    * internal (integrated) GPS
    * NMEA file
    * HGE-100 device
    * O2 Germany network

    may be used.

    Requirements:

    MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
    In order to get position info, the phone should either:
    have internal GPS and support Location API (JSR-179), or
    have bluetooth and support Bluetooth API (JSR-82), or
    have serial/USB/IrDa port and support CommConnection
    In order to use custom maps, it is very important that the phone supports FileConnection API (JSR-75/FileConnection).

    What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]

    Blackberry: negative altitude fix option, explicti gc completely removed
    Android 1.6+: fixed memory card write permissions
    minor HECL memory optimizations (but still not finished)
    cms::pace calculated from whole track avg speed
    lat&lon on compass screen split in two lines
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    TrekBuddy 0.9.92 J2ME {application to be used with a GPS receiver}

    TrekBuddy 0TrekBuddy 3

    TrekBuddy is a J2ME application to be used with a GPS receiver.

    Trekbuddy is a J2ME application to be used with a [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] receiver. It is designed to work with every Java-enabled device.

    It features capabilities such as:

    * GPS tracking and simple navigation
    * bitmap maps (without zoom, you can store bitmap maps with different resolution instead)
    * arrange maps as atlas for increasing and decreasing resolution
    * trackloging in NMEA or GPX format
    * simple navigation (to a single waypoint or along a route)
    * compas screen (HPS)
    * cockpit screen (CMS)
    * location sharing via SMS with other trekbuddies

    and more.

    It supports most commonly used map projections and grids, such as:

    * Latitude/Longitude
    * Mercator
    * Transverse Mercator
    * Universal Transverse Mercator
    * Swedish Grid
    * British National Grid
    * Irish Grid
    * Swiss Grid
    * Lambert France I-IV
    * Lambert Conformal Conic

    as well as custom datums.

    As a location source:

    * bluetooth or serial port GPS
    * internal (integrated) GPS
    * NMEA file
    * HGE-100 device
    * O2 Germany network

    may be used.

    Requirements:

    MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
    In order to get position info, the phone should either:
    have internal GPS and support Location API (JSR-179), or
    have [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and support Bluetooth API (JSR-82), or
    have serial/USB/IrDa port and support CommConnection
    In order to use custom maps, it is very important that the phone supports FileConnection API (JSR-75/FileConnection).

    Change-log

    fixed several minor UI annoyances
    selectable startup screen (Settings->Basic->Startup screen)
    font size setting with 3 sizes (Settings->Desktop->Font size)
    line (trail, route) settings should work on most platform
    added support for hw compass (orientation sensor) on Android - shown as another, thicker "needle" on compass screen; showing on map screen is "todo"
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    Regards,
    Suemer

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    Default TrekBuddy 0.9.96 J2ME {application to be used with a GPS receiver}

    TrekBuddy 0.9.96 J2ME {application to be used with a GPS receiver}



    TrekBuddy 0TrekBuddy 3


    TrekBuddy is a J2ME application to be used with a GPS receiver.

    Trekbuddy is a J2ME application to be used with a GPS receiver. It is designed to work with every Java-enabled device.

    It features capabilities such as:

    * GPS tracking and simple navigation
    * bitmap maps (without zoom, you can store bitmap maps with different resolution instead)
    * arrange maps as atlas for increasing and decreasing resolution
    * trackloging in NMEA or GPX format
    * simple navigation (to a single waypoint or along a route)
    * compas screen (HPS)
    * cockpit screen (CMS)
    * location sharing via SMS with other trekbuddies

    and more.

    It supports most commonly used map projections and grids, such as:

    * Latitude/Longitude
    * Mercator
    * Transverse Mercator
    * Universal Transverse Mercator
    * Swedish Grid
    * British National Grid
    * Irish Grid
    * Swiss Grid
    * Lambert France I-IV
    * Lambert Conformal Conic

    as well as custom datums.

    As a location source:

    * bluetooth or serial port GPS
    * internal (integrated) GPS
    * NMEA file
    * HGE-100 device
    * O2 Germany network

    may be used.

    Requirements:

    MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
    In order to get position info, the phone should either:
    have internal GPS and support Location API (JSR-179), or
    have bluetooth and support Bluetooth API (JSR-82), or
    have serial/USB/IrDa port and support CommConnection
    In order to use custom maps, it is very important that the phone supports FileConnection API (JSR-75/FileConnection).

    Change-log


    - waypoints: added groundspeak logs support, long listing opens on new screen, improved HTML conversion in listings
    - new options (Misc): lazy GS parsing, try assisted GPS - see wiki section for details
    - improved backlight control on Symbian (screensaver inactivation, default behaviour restored properly) - new version (0.6.0) of TBSVC needed
    - really large tar maps with tmi opens faster

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    Default TrekBuddy 0.9.98 S60 J2ME

    TrekBuddy 0.9.98 S60 J2ME
    {application to be used with a GPS receiver}

    74980 %5Bsymbian%5Dtrekbuddy 0 9 82 final v0 9 96 gps tracking application update 02 04 10 trekbuddy 0 jpg

    * GPS tracking and simple navigation
    * bitmap maps (without zoom, you can store bitmap maps with different resolution instead)
    * arrange maps as atlas for increasing and decreasing resolution
    * trackloging in NMEA or GPX format
    * simple navigation (to a single waypoint or along a route)
    * compas screen (HPS)
    * cockpit screen (CMS)
    * location sharing via SMS with other trekbuddies


    and more.

    It supports most commonly used map projections and grids, such as:


    * Latitude/Longitude
    * Mercator
    * Transverse Mercator
    * Universal Transverse Mercator
    * Swedish Grid
    * British National Grid
    * Irish Grid
    * Swiss Grid
    * Lambert France I-IV
    * Lambert Conformal Conic

    as well as custom datums.

    As a location source:
    * bluetooth or serial port GPS
    * internal (integrated) GPS
    * NMEA file
    * HGE-100 device
    * O2 Germany network

    may be used.

    Requirements:

    MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
    In order to get position info, the phone should either:
    have internal GPS and support Location API (JSR-179), or
    have bluetooth and support Bluetooth API (JSR-82), or
    have serial/USB/IrDa port and support CommConnection
    In order to use custom maps, it is very important that the phone supports FileConnection API (JSR-75/FileConnection).

    Change-log




    - fixed field notes file encoding, timestamp is editable
    - fixed groundspeak cache info parsing
    - fixed StringOutOfBoundsException in CMS
    - improved taking photos by using autofocus and autoflash (if supported)
    - reduced power consumption on Android
    - enhanced bluetooth location provider to fallback to manually paired devices when none is found during discovery process (this helped me on Samsung S5230, but it neeeds one more trick - see next line)
    - new option Settings->Location->address fix - this option helped me on Samsung S5230 with connecting to GPS, because the phone reports incorrect bluetooth address for cached device (shown as "PREKNOWN" in TB)
    - new option Settings->Misc->lowmem I/O helped me avoid OutOfMemory errors with larger tar-ed maps on Samsung S5230, but it makes map browsing slower, I'd recommend using unpacked maps on this device
    - new option Settings->Location->time fix as a tweak for broken internal GPS when it reports time 1970-01-01 (report on some LG Arenas)



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    Default TrekBuddy 0.9.99 J2ME

    TrekBuddy 0.9.99 J2ME


    TrekBuddy 0 TrekBuddy 3

    TrekBuddy is a J2ME application to be used with a GPS receiver.
    Trekbuddy is a J2ME application to be used with a GPS receiver. It is designed to work with every Java-enabled device.
    It features capabilities such as:
    * GPS tracking and simple navigation
    * bitmap maps (without zoom, you can store bitmap maps with different resolution instead)
    * arrange maps as atlas for increasing and decreasing resolution
    * trackloging in NMEA or GPX format
    * simple navigation (to a single waypoint or along a route)
    * compas screen (HPS)
    * cockpit screen (CMS)
    * location sharing via SMS with other trekbuddies
    and more.
    It supports most commonly used map projections and grids, such as:
    * Latitude/Longitude
    * Mercator
    * Transverse Mercator
    * Universal Transverse Mercator
    * Swedish Grid
    * British National Grid
    * Irish Grid
    * Swiss Grid
    * Lambert France I-IV
    * Lambert Conformal Conic
    as well as custom datums.
    As a location source:
    * bluetooth or serial port GPS
    * internal (integrated) GPS
    * NMEA file
    * HGE-100 device
    * O2 Germany network
    may be used.
    Requirements:
    MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
    In order to get position info, the phone should either:
    have internal GPS and support Location API (JSR-179), or
    have bluetooth and support Bluetooth API (JSR-82), or
    have serial/USB/IrDa port and support CommConnection
    In order to use custom maps, it is very important that the phone supports FileConnection API (JSR-75/FileConnection).
    Changelog:

    - new: Android bluetooth GPS support (only paired devices)
    - fixed some Android repaint issues
    - fixed: "No profiles found" issue on some devices
    - smoother midlet start (on some devices)
    - lowmem I/O tar maps mode should perform better in forward direction (more or less Samsing specific)
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