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SendMyLocation for Windows Mobile
Our dear friend and XDA member oldsap just updated this great application for your Windows Mobile device. With SendMyLocation, you will be able to send SMS sharing your actual position based on your GPS information. The latest version has an added option to send information as email as well as more interval time options. The developer has tested this on a HTC Diamond 2 and should work on similar resolution devices. Please let us know if it works by leaving a comment.
If you don’t have a XML file created, the SMS sent will only show your current Lat/Lon data.
This work also includes a full guide on how to how to create XML files on your computer .
Originally posted by oldsap
Sends SMS at intervals that includes your current GPS coordinate and location name/address/etc
i’vs been using this app for quite sometime now and decided to share it. it works perfectly for me and on my TD2 device. But it may not be for others. kindly post your comments. thanks.
Thank you to DavidTiger for his WMLocationInfo.dll file and Hara’s GPS dll file
– added option to send as email
when sending email, make sure your email is already setup and this uses email account 1 in your device
– added more interval time options (hour/day)
– saves sms and emails sent in \storage card\senymylocation\ folder
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