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G-NetTrack v2.2 for WM
XDA member gyokov presents G-NetTrack for Windows Mobile devices. This application will track the current CELLID, RXLEVEL, MCC, MNC, LAC from the UMTS/GSM network taking full advantage of your in built GPS receiver. You can have accurate aditional information such as longitude, latitude, speed and altitude, also shows the numbers of satellites from where it´s pulling the data. The app creates KML and tab delimited file for easy viewing in Google Earth or Google Maps for Mobile. Compact Framework 3.5 is required.
Originally posted by gyokov
G-NetTrack v3.1 – tracks UMTS/GSM CELLID and RXLEVEL, exports kml file
The application tracks the current CELLID, RXLEVEL, MCC, MNC, LAC of the UMTS/GSM network.
In [\logs] folder two kind of log files are created:
– KML file – for using with Google Earth or Google Maps on you mobile device
– Tab delimited file
For kml file new point is created when the distance difference is >15m or cellid has changed.
For tab file new row is created when cellid has changed.
Attention: Make sure you closed the application before opening the log files. Exit the application from Menu->Save Log and Exit
Requires Compact Framework 3.5
You can find more information in the application thread.
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